Friday, November 15, 2013

Jellypark Friends- Happy Thanksgiving/Give Thanks

Happy Weekend!  As Thanksgiving is rolling closer are you starting you're shopping list or are you actually shopping?  For me it's a blessing and a curse that my husband most of the food shopping.  The blessing is that I won't have to lug a 20 something pound turkey around, the curse is I will have to go out the day before to find the things he didn't understand or couldn't find, but how bad it that?
So - are you ready for this fortnight's Jellypark Friend's new challenge?  It's a most timely challenge, the theme is "Happy Thanksgiving/Give Thanks".  That just might help you get ready for your holiday festivities. 
 If you pop over to our challenge blog page (click here) you can get a gander at how some of the other design team members have used our new release "scarecrow" image.  Personally I don't think he's very scary and neither does that bird on his his arm but he sure does make a great stamp.  If you haven't gone over to the Jellypark page yet, our teamie Mel, has made a table decoration featuring the scarecrow.  The decoration is pretty dang cute and she's giving Jellypark the instructions to give to its members.  What not a member and don't have any spare cash these days.  Don't let that bother you, membership is free AND as they say comes with privledges.  WHAT!?  What privledges you ask?  You'll get a newsletter straight to your e-mail box and along with some fun bits of information about what's going on at Jellypark you'll probably receive a free digital image.  As long as I've been a member there's been a free stamp with every issue.  So if you love Jellypark and I don't know who doesn't go on and over to the store, click on the "members" bar in the menu area and sign up and you too will be a member.  Don't tell anyone about the secret handshake.

Here's the deets:
stamp - Jellypark Friends Scarecrow
ink - printer
paper - My Favorite Things "Lemon Drop" and "Safety Orange" card stock; Stampin' Up "Garden Green" card stock;  Recollections "Photo Burlap" and "Rooster"; 
miscellaneous - copics; Martha Stewart grass punch; Close to my Heart Midtown Cork Shapes; Leaf brad; My Favorite Things Thank You die-namics

Here's the challenge:
Jellypark Friends - Happy Thanksgiving/ Thanks you
Terrifically Thrilling Thursday - Give Thanks
Delightful - Thankful
CCEE1346 - Stitches
Simon Says Stamp - Thanks/Thanksgiving 

Thanks for stopping by, come back again.


  1. Fantastic card, Christine! That burlap is perfect for the image! Love the papers and colouring too! :o)

  2. Lovely card. Love the burlap and stitching!! Thanks for joining our Thank You Challenge at Delightful Challenges.


  3. I love that scarecrow with the little mouse tucked in his pocket. Great stitching in your autumn colours - thanks for playing along with the CCEE Stampers this week.

  4. What a wonderful combination of elements! Love the background paper and of course the burlap & leaves add wonderful texture! Thanks so much for joining our "November – Give Thanks" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
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  5. Hey, that handshake is so secret, I've never heard about it! Dang! ;^)
    Love what you did with the image, Chris! Love your design, coloring, DP, die-cut grass, burlap, stitching & sentiment! It's just a fabulous card! :^)
    Hugs, Penny
    Have a great weekend!

  6. Ooooh, love this. Fabulous patterned paper and wonderful coloring on the image. The sentiment on the burlap is perfect. Thanks for sharing at Delightful Challenges.

  7. This is wonderful! Your coloring is perfect, and the burlap is genius! :) Thanks for playing along over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

  8. Great card hun, love the papers & different textures you have used!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Delightful Challenges this week, good luck!
    Hugs Shell xx

  9. Aww, what a cute card! Nice use of the burlap! Great paper! Really cute digi! Thanks for sharing it with us at Delightful Challenges! :)


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