Saturday, October 7, 2017

A little birdie told me...

Good morning everyone!

This month I'll be participating as a Guest DT for Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps Woot Woot!
This week the theme is Fall / Autumn colors. When I think about Fall/Autumn colors I think about the changing leaves, colors of the sky but I also think about the harvest and fruits that were planted in the spring and fall. (I think I'm always thinking about food though. hahaha) Therefore, I was inspired to make this card. The image reminds me of my Mom, she's always in the garden. She gardens at home and she also teaches and maintains a garden at an elementary school in her local neighborhood. The food my mom grows is for the community she lives in. Many children and their families get to take home what they helped grow at their school. Every time I visit her in the garden there is always something I can just rinse off and nibble on.

I used this little girl with fresh picked vegetables from the garden
it's a retired Rubber Stamp from Kraftin' Kimmie's artists: Cheryl Grant
I got it from Facebook Rubber Party, Kim Reid had on the Kraftin' Kimmie
Facebook Fan page. Rubber Parties are really fun and sometimes sad (LOL  ) if you 
aren't quick enough or if your internet or Facebook is lagging.
I don't remember the name and I don't have the packaging printout
since it was sort of a online yard sale.
When I find the name I will update the info.
The Spanish sentiment is from
a Dilo En Español set called Set #2 Queremos Pastel
I colored the image with Copic markers
and used a Doodlebug Design paper stack called Friendly Forest
the banner die is from My Creative Time.

That is all folks! 

Thank you for stopping by.

Katya Bess

I will be entering this card at:

Fall/Autumn colors (GDT)

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