10.29.2016

TO #69 - Grateful for You, Nothing Is Impossible

Made a little card, well actually two since I used the leftovers!  The first one fit nicely into the current challenge at Time Out - Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart!  I started with a watercolor panel using Peerless. A maple leaf and sentiment were stamped in gold then clear embossed, kind of hard to photograph but quite easy to see IRL.  So here's the first card...

And a second card, that doesn't fit into the challenge but was made with the leftovers.  Plus, since I've never made a shaker card...

As I mentioned, this was the leftovers from the die cut panel.    I kinda like it although the Flower Soft inside the panel doesn't move as much as I'd like, probably due to being so lightweight.  Lesson learned... 

So, the first goes over to:

"Grateful" Products -
   Die:  Sizzix Parisian Motifs
   Stamp:  Altenew Be-Leaf Me
   CS:  PTI Terracotta Tile, Ripe Avocado
   Ink:  Brilliance Galaxy Gold
   Misc:  Peerless Watercolor, Ranger clear ep, Bo Bunny citrus jewels

"Luke 1:37" Products -
   Die:  Sizzix Parisian Motifs
   Stamp:  PTI Beautiful Blessings
   Ink:  Terracotta Tile
   Misc:  Peerless Watercolor, Flower Soft - Autumn

Thanks again for letting me take a moment of your time, and Happy Sunday!

Hugs,
TK

15 comments:

  1. Your watercolor panel is gorgeous, TK. I'm glad you planned it out to be able to use the leftovers because that second card it fantastic. And your first shaker? Well done!

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  2. LOve them both, TK! I need a lesson on keeping the static cling from the acetate messing around with my shaker elements ... your first will NOT be your last, it's darling!
    =]

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  3. Fabulous cards TK. Great way to use leftovers. The flower soft is probably having static issues with the acetate.

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  4. Beautiful way to use leftover :) TK ! Love them both! I love using their watwrcolors you used such vibrant colors!

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  5. Gorgeous fall colors and I love how you used the positive and negative of this die cut...such beautiful cards, TK!

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  6. Just beautiful...love those sweet fall colors and your wonderful sentiment.

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  7. beautiful set of cards, tk!! love the depth of color that you achieved... so rich and warm!!

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  8. Oh, these are BOTH so pretty!! Great job on your first shaker too, now you're a pro!! Sometimes doubling up the foam tape or spacer product you used helps to let things move more freely.

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  9. LOVE your watercoloured panel ... makes two GORGEOUS cards TK. And such a pretty die-cut shape. Great job with the shaker ... I am challenged when it comes to making those. :) xx

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  10. The gold leaf is just gorgeous againt all the bold colour, TK ... dramatic, rich and so striking! Yay for your first shaker ... a delicious way to use 'leftovers' (!)... and such a perfect and lovely verse! Hugs, Anita :)

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  11. Goodness, where are my manners?! Delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out with this beauty, TK! Hugs, Anita :)

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  12. 2 real beauties TK. I am in love with the rich colors you achieved.

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  13. Such pretty cards, TK! Love the color palette of both, and the die you've used. It's so elegant! Great shaker card!!! And that's one of my favorite Bible verses, too. Have a great week. Bev

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  14. Gorgeous water colored panel. Wonderful creation for the TO inspiration. I love the second card as well. Great use of the negatives from the first card. Thank you for taking Time Out to link up and playing our inspired by words challenge at the Time Out Challenge Blog.

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  15. Oh wow! The colors on your card are absolutely amazing!

    Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

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