Give Thanks…

Clean and simple, with a dramatic pop in person from the glitter paper!  This card was made in a matter of minutes with help from the Cricut Artiste cartridge.  I lined up my images in Design Studio and cut, then applied my layers.  If you do not have Design Studio, you could easily do the same thing with a Gypsy or Cricut Craft Room, which is a free online program.  

My card is based on the inspiration card this week at CASE Study by Angline Yong.

 I loved using die cut negatives…so I went with the die cut negatives and a thankful theme for my card.  I added a few gems to add a little more dimension to my finished project.

Supplies by Close to My Heart, except where noted:

Z1790 Cricut Artiste Collection

Early Espresso Cardstock-SU

Pow Glitter Paper-American Crafts

Z1333 Mocha Opaques Gems

I have also entered my card in the following challenges:

ABC Challenges-Fall (under 30 minutes)

Broken Box Stock-Thanksgiving

Card Makin Mamas-Anything Goes

Catered Crop-Use Negatives

Craft Punked-Thanksgiving

QKR Stampede-Giving Thanks

Sassy Studio Designs-Thanksgiving

Southern Girls-Animal Crackers

11 thoughts on “Give Thanks…”

  1. Love how simple, but still effective this card is. The glitter really adds interest and structure to the card – great idea!

  2. Oh… awesome card Allisa! That glittery turkey with the fancy tail feathers is just fabulous! Thanks for joining us this week at 'ABC' Challenges with your terrific CAS card.

  3. So beautiful and clever Allisa! Love it and of course, can't go wrong with a blinged out Turkey! Thanks for joining us at DTBST and good luck!

    SSD DT

  4. The glitter paper makes a wonderful turkey, I would have never thought to do that, super idea! Thanks for playing along this week at 'ABC' Challenges.

  5. Just Beautiful!! Thank you so much for playing with us this week at QKR Stampede! Please Come back and play with us again really soon!

    Many Blessings,

  6. Im not sure what it is about turkey images.. but i just smiled when i saw yours sparkling. Great project, thanks for sharing with us at CMM


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