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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Stanley Scarecrow
Sweet Sketch 66

Here in the Northwest, Fall is definitely in the air. So today I have a darling scarecrow image called Stanley Scarecrow. He is from Meljen's Designs. Arlana and I came across her images several months ago and fell in love with her designs. I'm sure you will enjoy the DT lineup over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday...so be sure to take a look and get some new inspiration to play along this week.

This is Arlana's Sweet Sketch 66 for this week's cards! Meljen's Designs is our sponsor this week and Melissa is offering
4 free digis of your choice
if you are the lucky winner of this week's cards!


Meljen's Designs is a lovely stamp company owned and illustrated by Melissa Jenkins. She illustrates whimsical digital images inspired by her kids and family. The Meljen's Designs store officially launched on April 1 and is steadily growing! Meljen's Designs has new releases along with a new challenge every Thursday, freebies every Monday and a Guest Designer each month at the Meljen's Designs Blog. Please visit the Meljen's Designs line of stamps at the WHIMSY STAMPS STORE to browse and enjoy Melissa's wonderful images!


A Close Up View of Stanley Scarecrow
My Hay Bales

I found this straw or hay paper in a very old DCWV paper stack. Then I used my Deckle Square Punch and then punched my paper again to make a rectangle.

My Recipe:

Image: Meljen's Designs Stanley Scarecrow
Papers: Heidi Grace Tall Flowers,
DCWV The Fall Stack Straw Hay,
Su Wild Wasabi, Black
Ink: Copics and Promarkers
Tools and Embellishments: Nestabilities Large Oval and Scallop,
Cuttlebug Pumpkin Harvest Embossing Folder,
Hot Off the Press Pumpkin Brads,
McGill Deckle Square Punch, Ribbon
Thanks for stopping by!

15 comments:

  1. Hi Judi, I just love your Scarecrow he's lovely. Great choice of papers and yes I noticed your Haybails the other day and thought how cute they were and those Pumpkin brads are wonderful. I know you make Pumpkin Pie in America but do you eat it as a Vegetable like Roasted or Mashed we eat it in New Zealand Roasted and or Mashed it's my favourite vegetable.
    Hugs
    Kathie
    xox

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  2. How adorable is this! I love Stanley - he looks so happy and you colored him so well. I love your haybales and the pumpkins sitting on them. Too cute! I wish fall was in the air here, I am really going to miss WV this time of year. The warm days, cool nights and brilliant colors... *sigh*

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  3. Wow! What a great card for this season, Autumn is here big time too. The leaves are covering the ground and the rain hasn't helped in keeping it pretty. The straw behind the pumpkin brads is just fantastic! Love it all.

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  4. Judi your scarescrow card is so sweet and I love those bails of hay. The pumpkin brads so fun. Love how you colored the scarescrow. Thanks for all your help every week on the blog. Love ya

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  5. Fab card Judi - Stanley the scarecrow is so cute. Love those brads too.

    Wedgie xxx

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  6. Judi, Your card just makes me smile...I love those little bales of hay and pumpkins...only you would think of that. They are so cute and perfect with your darling scarecrow. Your colors are perfect. I just have to tell you how much I love you too! You and Arlana are the best sisters ever!! Thanks for all you do!

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  7. Perfect little Fall scarecrow card! The hay paper is a great touch and your colors are all that the season brings.

    Peace & Luv,
    Jeannie

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  8. Hi Judi!
    We must have been on the same wave length while colouring our Scarecrows, the are very similar :)
    Your looks fab. The bales of hay & pumpkins are so sweet :)

    Tc
    Genevieve.

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  9. You are so right all of her images are adorable. The DT's at Sweet Sketch Wednesday sure have rocked them out! Fall is in my area too and so the colors you chose are perfect and I just love the pumpkin brads looking like they are on hay bales. Love your coloring too! I really enjoyed doing to the sketch this week too.

    Tamie

    We would love it if you would like to join us at 4 Crafty Chicks (new challenge blog).

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  10. Hey Judi! Your scarecrow is just too cute and your hay bales and pumpkins were the perfect touch! Fall is definitely in the air! Sorry I missed you last week!
    Erika

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  11. Hi Judi,
    Oh my goodness, this card is just too cute!! Your scarecrow is adorable and colored beautifully. I just love how you used the straw paper for your hay bales and added those cute pumpkin brads. They are so perfect! Thank you again for your support and kind words, I feel so blessed for all the support you, Arlana, Nancy and the team has given me these past couple of weeks. I am keeping your family in my prayers. Hugs your way!

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  12. Love the Meljen image you've used, and your embossing folder is so appropriate. Love your hay bales, especially the pumpkin heads

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  13. Ahhhhh Judi, I totally love your Stanley Scarecrow card!!! Gorgeous colors!! And those hay bales with the pumpkins, absolutely clever and adorable!!!! Have a most wonderful weekend!

    Linda

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  14. This is just DARLING!!! Love that hay bale paper with those pumpkin brads!

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  15. EEK!! What happened - how did I miss this little gem!?!? That hay paper caught my eye, can your little hay bales be ANY cuter!!!

    Deanne :)

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