Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Celebrate The Occasion #40

Hello everyone!  It is the week of Thanksgiving and all of us at Celebrate The Occasion are so excited to celebrate this wonderful time of year with you.  Our challenge this week is to make a Thanksgiving project.  But to add a little something to the challenge we are asking that you also use buttons.

This is what i created for this chalenge.
The card is made with papers from DCWV and Recollections.  The turkey is cut from the Thanksgiving cartridge.  And to "dress" this turkey, I a little bronze, brown, and orange glittler glue. I decided to add three different colored buttons to bring out the colors in the background mat.  And I found this great ribbon in my stash.  It is just perfect with the colors and glitter on the turkey.  I had actually forgotten I had it, but so glad I found it!

The sentiment is from the K Andrew Designs Fall-o-ween Stamp Set.  These are such wonderful stamps amd can be used in so many ways.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a charity, and they are made right here in the USA!!  How good is that!!
You can check out all of the wonderful stamps sets HERE.  

Now, please head over to Celebrate The Occasion and see the Design Team's inspiration.  Join the celebration by linking up your Thanksgiving with buttons project.  
I am so glad you dropped by to visit.  I hope you will visit often.  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!  

Challenges
The Shabby Tea Room   Colors of Nature


9 comments:

  1. love your blinged up turkey :)
    Beautiful job on your card! TFS

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  2. Very Nice and festive Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  3. Very pretty card! I love the glittery ribbon and turkey!

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  4. Very cool! Love the bling! So happy you joined us this week at THE SHABBY TEA ROOM ;-)

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  5. So cute!! Love this turkey!
    Laurie DTM
    scrapsbysissy.blogspot.com

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  6. Your turkey card looks amazing!

    Happy Thanksgiving,
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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