I went with Thanksgiving. Well, I used a turkey. A turkey, I might add, that has been missing for weeks. WEEKS! I have been going through bags and boxes and drawers and ... I almost gave up. Seems I took the little guy to one of my recent crafty weekends and he was lost in one of the still-unpacked bags of "stuff to use this weekend" that never made it to being used. That is also the excuse I'm using as to why that bag is still not unpacked.
Here's my card, then I'll explain:
Isn't' he cute? Now do you see why I've been tearing this place apart looking for the little guy? If he looks familiar, it may be because he's from the Kim Hughes Cornish Heritage Farms line of stamps. Yes, he's that old.
To make him, I stamped him with Memento ink and colored him with Copics. For colors, I looked up "what color is a turkey" and chose this image:
Also, my stamp image has a "heh heh" kind of look to him, so I couldn't bear to use my "gobble 'til you wobble" sentiment, that may or may not also be MIA, so I chose to make him a protester. I used an MFT banner die to make the flag, and my Lawn Fawn Harold's ABCs stamps to stamp the words.
His handsome banner holder is a toothpick that I attached with Glossy Accents. There is also foam tape behind the flag.
I'm pretty excited about that paper I used, too, since I actually had to open it to use it. Who knew I had a whole pack of wood grain paper in my stash? I actually used two pieces of it (whoot) because I stamped two of the turkeys -- one in black and one in brown -- to see which I liked better. Here's the black one:
It's a subtle difference, for sure. Here they are side-by-each:
The great thing about this hobby is not having to decide! I just made both!
So, got some Thanksgiving-themed stamps, or just need to make a Thank You card? Why not play along with us at SOS this week?
Thanks for stopping by!
Stuff I used: Cornish Heritage Farms Kim Hughes Cartoon Turkey, David Tutera cream cards, and the following: