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Friday, October 2, 2009

...Farm Fresh Friday ~ About A Boy

I want to start off by saying thanks for stopping by for the TGF Blog Hop yesterday...we had a wonderful turnout! Don't you just love the new sets and digi images for this month?!? And how about the gorgeous samples by the design team?!? I am so excited to be designing alongside such amazingly talented women, and working for such a fabulous company and owner! I have the name of the winner of the "Keep Cozy" set to announce also! The lucky winner is...........................................Sharon Swindell! Congrats, Sharon! Please email me with your shipping information, and I will pass it along to Marie so she can get your FREE SET out to you. Thanks again to everyone who participated, and for all of your kind comments...you sure know how to make a newbie feel welcome! :)

Happy Friday, guys! It's Farm Fresh Friday over at The Greeting Farm Blog, and today's challenge was to create a card or project that was masculine or for a boy. Well this project has my youngest son written all over it! This project includes his favorite candy, his favorite colors, and his favorite stamps from this month's release. Each year we make gift bags for all of his teachers, and this is the one he wants to give his gifted math teacher this year. I was going to fill out the tag to make it look cuter for the pics, but I was quickly scolded for even thinking about it! Gabe said, "Excuse me...it's my gift, so I will write on it". Talk about a DRAMA KING! LOL!

I stamped the tag from "Merry Tags" onto Tangerine Tango Cardstock, and paired it with the patterned paper from the Frosty Day Designer Series Paper pack. The snowman and snowflake were from "Keep Cozy". I stamped the snowflake in Chocolate Chip Classic Ink directly on the bag, then watercolored the snowman with an Aquapainter and Classic Ink Pads. I cut out the the flaky fella, then popped him off of the tag using Dimensionals. I then filled the bag with candy, and sealed it up.

That's it for now! I have some other sketch challenges to share later on today, so I will see you back here then.
Supplies
Stamps: Merry Tags, Keep Cozy (TGF)
Papers: Chocolate Chip, Tangerine Tango, Watercolor, Frosty Day DSP
Inks: Basic Black Craft, Chocolate Chip, Kiwi Kiss, Tangerine Tango, Bashful Blue
Accessories: treat bag, clear embossing powder, heat gun, aquapainter, scissors, dimensionals, candies

11 comments:

Korin said...

What a cutie-patootie snowman!!! Love your treat bag :)!

the whimsical butterfly said...

LUUUUUUUUUURVE this so much! So funny cuz I love those Wurther's too LOL...so you know you can just pop this cutie pie in the mail wheneva you have a chance. Oh...except for my tooth issue...LOL! No seriously girlie this is ADORABLE-what a wonderful project for this week's challenge!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh this is the cutest, super sweet job!!!

Tanya Rudd said...

Great idea! I will have to try this one.

WickedPixie said...

Oooh, this is super cute!! And I am laughing at you little boy scolding you! What were you thinking??? :-)Traci

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

So cute Mercy!! And I think it's awesome that your son wants a hand in personalizing the gift he's giving.

L.Nielsen (Lynda) said...

Wurthers??? Are you kidding? I'll trade you my candies for yours! LOL
Fabulous post today Mercy! =)
Big Hugs
Lynda

Danni said...

Adorable!

Pam Varnell said...

This is fabulous Mercy. What a cute and creative project. Love it. You tell Gabe that his Auntie Pamoola will take care of his Mama. What was she thinking?? LOL.

Love you girl!!

Laural-Lee said...

What wonderful water colouring!!! Love the colours and the stamps! Happy stamping!

Ann Kranitz said...

what a cute little project. Great colors....I am glad to hear someone else has a DRAMA KING also....they can be worse than the girls sometimes huh??