I loved everything about it, and when I saw it I knew I wanted to make a fall scene card out of it because it reminded me of fall activities we used to attend when my children were young. The farms we used to go to were always decorated with scarecrows and had pumpkins, hay bales, and dried up sunflowers all over. Side step cards are perfect for making little scenes like this.
I used everything except the apples! I ran the hay bale through my Cuttlebug to give it some texture.
Here is the card I made:
Don’t you love that sweet crow? How funny that the crow is sitting on
the scarecrow’s arm and stealing some of his stuffing!! Too cute . . .
Hello DC9 fans! I have created a super fun Fall decoration and now I feel it's a bit late since I'm seeing so many parts of the US being bombarded with cold and snow. My sister said the other day that it was -2 in Denver. Bleh! Temps like that make me happy that I live in Florida. It gets cold here, too, but I think the lowest low I've had to experience is 27 degrees.
Anyway, for those of us still feeling Fall, here's a decoration I created using Silly Scarecrow (on the Silhouette Online store I think he's called Cute Scarecrow - and if you want to purchase him, I would suggest directly in the shop because you get a few more pieces for the same price).
I purchased the small sized straw bale from Walmart, cut the wires that bind it and removed about 1/4 from the side and then tied up with jute. This is a messy process, but the results are great. I glued the bale to some scrap cardboard and then glued some extra straw pieces to around it to camouflage the cardboard. The scarecrow I glued to a bamboo skewer, poked a hole and then filled it with hot glue and then adhered the scarecrow. For the pumpkins, I did the same thing but with toothpicks. I made the sign post myself, it's not included in the file.
Super easy and looks great on my entry-way table. I hope you like my project and thank you so much for stopping by.
These little owls looked so cozy and cute on their branch that I thought they would make a great 'Warm Wishes For a Cozy Autumn' card. I added chalks, coloured pencil a little bit of glitter glue for detail. The cloud was a last minute hand cut addition.
The owls, the branch and some foliage are from the I Love Owls cut set.
Hello crafty friends! Are you looking forward to the weekend? I know I am, two whole days to scrap! I wanted to share a couple of cards I made this past week. It's not too early or too late to start on your Christmas cards. I made both of these in under an hour.
I found this paper at the Scrapbook Expo I attended a few weeks ago. I loved that I could use it inside the card and it had it's own natural lines.
I like this one so much I decided to make another one. I changed it around a little, used a different themed paper. I have seen a lot of this color combination in the craft stores for Christmas. Have to say, I love the blue with red, it's really stunning!
You can find the pattern for this cute card Joy card on the Designs on Cloud 9 page.
The patterns are so affordable and easy to use. I was able to made two cards from a 12"x12" paper. The patterned paper is from a stack of 6"x6" paper. I used two sheets for each card. You could dress them up more, but I wanted something simple this time around.
Thanks for stopping by today and I wish you all a fantastic weekend!
For this project, I used the Designs on Cloud 9 card file, Designer Love Card. You can purchase that HERE. I just love the way the sentiment is framed. This card file is fantastic for quick last minute card. Change the sentiment if you want. Use different colors or patterns. I will definitely be using the sentiment frame in other projects.