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Doodle Pantry Challenge 2 {Foliage}


Hi again!  This is my 2nd post for today.  I recently came across Doodle Pantry and fell in love with Laurie's fun and beautiful digis!!  They just started having card challenges and so I wanted to get in on this one and use some of the new digis I purchased.  This set is called "Winter Song Birdies"... I just love her birdies... well pretty much all birds in general as I collect real birdhouses and hubby likes to get me a (stuffed animal) bird here or there.  Anyway, Doodle Pantry has a whole collection of them... even a super cute FREEBIE ... as well as some accessories like Santa hats for them! 

The challenge this week is to use Foliage:  either in your digi, paper, or use of punches!  My sister Kathy and I decided to do one of our 45-minute "sister challenges" for this last night.  Well... we only got half way done before we both had other obligations to tend to (family needed fed, etc.) LOL.  But we did finish and I was able to work foliage in 2 ways... my image and my punched branches.

I also used some REAL WOOD from McMahon Five Designs.  I just have to show you how gorgeous this wood is up close.  The top layer is actually called "BIRD'S EYE" ... perfect with my Christmas birdies!  The dark wood cut out with Label 13 is Walnut wood.  And the back layer is self adhesive Cherry wood.  She has lots of gorgeous species of wood in her store.  


 I also added some clear glitter to the muffs, hat and shawl on each bird.  Don't they make a happy trio?  LOVE IT!  You have until the 27th to enter this "foliage" challenge!  One player will win a $10 voucher to Doodle Pantry Store!! *Ü*


CARD DEETS:
Stamps:  Winter Song Birdies (Doodle Pantry)
Paper:  Bird's Eye, Cherry, & Walnut wood (McMahon Five Designs); Oh Jolly (Cosmo Cricket)
Punches/Die Cuts:  Oval & Scallop Ovals, Labels 13; Fancy Tags (Spellbinders @ M5D); Fancy Corners (Cuttlebug @ M5D); Scallop border (SU!)

Comments

Thea said…
So sweet! And all the details are just lovely. I will have to check out the Doodle Pantry as well!
K. Joy said…
Wow, isn't that just the cutest thing!! I love your coloring and the layout!! Such a beautiful Christmas card. Thanks for sharing!! :) And thanks for playing at the DPDC#2! :)
Wow! This is wonderful Kris! I love the wood paper, it's so warm and inviting... perfect for this image. :)
Maria Matter said…
Wowza Kristine, this is gorgeous!!! love the wood paper and your coloring is amazing! So glad you shared it with us @ Doodle Pantry!
xxx
Lori said…
Oh, this is a gorgeous 'natural' card. The birdies are adorable. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.
scrapstampcrazy said…
This card is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.
Lorie said…
Your card is just beautiful Kris! I think your Thanksgiving day sounds just wonderful! My favorite thing on Thanksgiving is the stuffing! Happy Thanksgiving my friend!
Kathy W. said…
Wow Kris, this turned out beautifully!! Love those li'l birdies and your coloring is fabulous!
Dawn Frost said…
Oh my goodness the birdies are gorgeous! Your colouring is amazing, and that background wood wow! Thanks so much for joining us at Doodle Pantry Digital doodles.
Your cards always make me smile! So delightful! Happy Thanksgiving Kristine! Warmth and hugs!
L.Wilson said…
Wow, those birdies are BEAUTIFULLY colored! And the real wood paper is gorgeous! Wonderful creation and thanks so much for playing DPDC2
Pat (mspfd) said…
This is gorgeous! Love the colors and how you colored the birdie image. Beautiful design. Thanks so much for Joining in the DPDC2 fun, and hope your Thanksgiving was fabulous!
Helen said…
Adorable! I love it!
Anonymous said…
OH Kris, those birdies are just gorgeous sweetie!! Your coloring is so amazing!!

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