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8/15/2014

DeeDee's Digis - Fall Hayride

Hello again-Happy Friday! I'm back with another fast card (relatively speaking) from DeeDee's Digis. The month of August is an anniversary for DeeDee's and you can read all about the Twist Challenge right here. Yesterday's was a long, long post detailing what's going on at DeeDee's for the month of August, so I won't put all that in today's post. Just check out the links provided, and see if you have time to join in the fun. There's also a freebie digi available.

Today's card is another of the super cute new August releases and since I love Fall, I thought these were adorable. This card is made with Hayride, which had some pretty digi papers included in the set


- Printed out the digi image, along with the background papers. (you can just see the pretty gingham check peeking out at the bottom.). Shaded the printed image with  a tiny bit with copics, used some WoS on the wagon wheels and a few other places to get a little gleam. Die cut with S/B Label 5, sponged while still in die with Memento Desert Sand.

- trimmed the paper to fit my card shape, and then sliced that in a large triangle shape. Used one triange of the leaf paper. Then trimmed the gingham again trying to replicate a layout design I had seen somewhere - where you have 2 small side triangles opposite the larger triangle - with the 3 triangles forming the card front. When I did the landscape placement of the focal image, it obscured this nifty little idea! This gingham is so pretty & very rustic, country looking. You'll see it used on more cards.

- Sentiment is part of the Harvest Hello set used yesterday, and was die cut with a S/B rectangular label and sponged at the edges. It covered up a lot more of the card than I liked - so just hand trimmed it to fit. Tiny green buttons added.

- Grass is a green snippet that was from last week's Silhouette class; punched a couple pieces with an MS grass punch, to see if I liked it as a bottom trim. Decided that I did, so toned down the brighter color of green with some copics, and glued down 2 layers for some fullness. 

That's it folks! Other than the 'creative paper cutting' for the background layout, this was another fast & easy card. I just love this little Raggedy Girl and her wagon.

I'm off to the salt mines. Need to clean some floors and finish a birthday card. I'll catch up with all your sweet comments later this evening. In the meantime, thanks for your visit, and BIG HUGS!

24 comments:

  1. A really cute Fall image and great paper, too. I do see that little bit of gingham. Adorable card, Mary! Ha...off to the salt mines...so funny.

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  2. This is so adorable!! What a fun image!! It's perfect for fall!! Fabulous card my friend!! Happy Friday :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Lovely card.

    Hope you have a nice weekend.

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  4. A perfect card for this time of year Mary. Love the cute scarecrow and a harvest card wouldn't be complete without a touch of gingham!! xx

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  5. That is such a cute little image with the haystack - I can see the little touch of gingham too, it gives your card a real country feel. Anne xx

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  6. A lovely card Mary, such a cute little image. Love the scene you have created. Have a good weekend Hun.
    Big Hugs Jennifer xx

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  7. Another pretty card Mary and cute image and the papers go well with it. I love the shaped die and the grassy snippet works beautifully. Hope the salt mines weren't too tough ..lol. I have become very naughty these days and the housework apart from essential stuff is always being put off. I have become very creative at thinking of reasons why I shouldn't do something ..lol. x

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  8. Oh Mary this is such a cute image and you turned it into a lovely card. Hugs, Love, Veerle xxx

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  9. Oh how adorable! What a fabulous rustic 'vibe' your card has, Mary! I just love it!!

    love Mags B x

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  10. Very cute card Mary! Loll xx

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  11. So cute! Love that gingham and look forward to seeing more of it!

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  12. A fun card with a sharp reminder that fall is just around the corner. It's been feeling like fall around here all summer long, so I almost feel we've been cheated! Great coloring, sponging and a fun design too!

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  13. I love your card! Oh autumn please hurry - I look forward to your first frost. Those cool fall mornings.
    Sandy xx

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  14. Brilliant card Mary, love this autumn design....mind you our seasons are drastic at the moment, poor nature doesn't know if it's Arthur or Martha.....have a good weekend my lovely friend.xxThe Journey is the Start

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  15. Perfect autumnal card! Are we there already? Give us a couple more weeks of summer Mary! Totally cute image and love your rustic choices of colors - perfect for the fall look!

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  16. What a gorgeous card - I would love to see the background more fully as the technique sounds like fun.
    Hope your weekend is all good. I can tell you Saturday is glorious!!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  17. Omgosh this is just toooooo cute :)

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  18. Wonderful card and with all the Harvest rolls in the fields or already collected, this is perfect for the time of year.

    PS, books arrived, will start tomorrow - can't wait LOL.

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  19. Great Fall card, Mary.

    Hope your cake baking got completed and house tasks too. Pesky little bothers when we would rather be crafting! lol

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  20. Oh my goodness, this card is just the cutest Momma Mary! I love, love that digi-of course I love fall digi's and stamps as fall was always my favorite time of year. You have made it into such a cute card. I have found some light (65lb.) card stock that will fit through my printer so I will be able use these cute digi's now! Woo Hoo!! Hugs, Brenda

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  21. Too cute...I love your sweet little bird sitting on top of the hay.

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  22. Your scarecrow is just so darn cute!! I love how you did every inch of the card, inclucing that great grass and sentiment!!

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  23. Total preciousness! I'm so ready for fall it hurts and your card really put me in the mood even more. Cute way to use the gingham paper on this too.
    Lynn

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