Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Just Saying Hello...


Hello!

Yahoo for the very long weekend!


I stamped the tag with the Hero Arts Large Fabric Design and dry embossed it with my houndstooth folder.

I fussy cut the Hero Art messages sentiment.


...added some Jillibean blooms.

Check out the gold thread...swoon...love that stuff!


I'm playing along with the gals over at Hero Arts:



I'm taking the day off from the blog tomorrow but should be back on Friday:)

**edited to add**

In my perfect world I put together all my projects and posts over the weekend.  That way I can pop back in and review my posts with 'fresh eyes'...I catch most of my typos then too:)  So as I'm looking at this {it's tuesday morning} I'm realizing that this card reminds me of someone

Karin Ã…kesdotter

Whaddya think??

32 comments:

xiumaiyuki said...

HELLO to this terrific card!! Happy Thanksgiving!

Lynnda said...

Happy thanksgiving to you Sista!! I love it when you made a tag card!!! This is simply beautiful .. Love it.. Hugs xoxo

Lynn said...

Happy Thanksgiving Amy...I love that fabric HA stamp...one of my all time favorites and you rocked it!

Laura O'Donnell said...

loving the browns!

enjoy your long weekend!

jessica said...

Awesome job Amy!!! LOVE it!!
TFS and have a very Happy Thanksgiving!!

Sherry Eckblad said...

Your card is beautiful Amy. Love when you do the tag/cards. Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is just gorgeous my friend!! I loveeeeeeeeeeeee the colors and those flowers!! Happy Turkey Day!!!

Trinh said...

Beautiful design, Amy! Happy Thanksgiving to you & your family!

Kelly said...

lots of stamping on this and it is just beautiful. Your fussy cutting is perfection! I thought that was a die cut!

Laurel said...

Beautiful!

Sylvia said...

Fabulous card, Amy, love the color tones you used here! Have a wonderful Wednesday and Thanksgiving!

Jingle said...

Love the pretty fall tones on this! Very nice card!

Tracey McNeely said...

Oh Amy I love this, those Jillibean blooms and that great colour scheme--gorgeous! Your fresh eyes are definitely seeing it. :)

Larissa Heskett said...

Hope you have a FABULOUS THANKSGIVING WEEKEND!! =) I LOVE your Beautiful card!! THANKS for sharing and for the sweet comments on my blog!! LOL!! =)

Audrey Pettit said...

Holy Cow! This is stunning, Amy!! Soooo love the stamping, embossing, flowers, and that yummy yummy neutral color palette! Totally up my alley!
Wishing you and yours a very wonderful Thanksgiving tomorrow!

wendipooh13 said...

sooo pretty!!! LOVE the colors!!!

Karin Ã…kesdotter said...

You are just way too sweet Amy! It really made my day to recieve your e-mail - thank you so much!
I know you know how much I adore this card - so super beautiful! BIG hugs from a very happy Karin!

Jay Gee said...

Gorgeous card Amy and definitely Karin's colours :) Have a fabulous long weekend and Happy Thanksgiving.

~jan said...

Me likey! The colors, the design, those felty flowers, oh, those felty flowers are divine! :)

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Amy.

Hugs Riet.xx

Karen B. said...

Amazing card, and happy thanksgiving!

yyam said...

Goodness! This is sooooooo elegant! Love it! :)

Enjoy your long weekend!!!!!

Jessi Fogan said...

LOVE that texty background! And the felt. And the tag. And as soon as you said it, I can see the Karin inspiration too :)

bonnie said...

Absolutely gorgeous sweetie x

Kelly Booth said...

LOVE this Card Amy!! Happy Thanksgiving !!

Lynn Le5 said...

Wow Amy! This is fabulous. So many little details. I love it.

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Stunning... now I think I have that Hero Arts sentiment...somewhere. Just posted your Cub Scout craft project photo, for you!

Rose said...

this is stunning!!! :)

TesaB said...

Total gorgeousness!!!!
Happy Friday to you, have a great day!!!!!

jen said...

Love all the great texture & warm colors!

Kelly Griglione said...

Love the houndstooth embossing! I was so excited to get that folder because I love houndstooth, but I never end up using it because the big pattern always looked busy on my plain cardstock. But using it on the patterned paper like you did works really well. Thanks for the idea!

Finally getting a chance to catch up on blog posts, and wanted to thank you so much for your words of sympathy on my blog last week. They really mean a lot to me!

Alice Wertz said...

what a beauty! gorgeous card, Amy!