Tuesday, September 02, 2008

We're Not Scared!!

I love the name of this set!! The little owls are sooooo cute with this scarecrow!! This new set from MFTstamps.com has a fun little scarecrow, 2 sizes of owls to perch on his shoulder or hat, plus corn stalks to decorate your own field!The first card was stamped on vanilla cardstock and colored with copics. The edges were torn, then inked, then distressed to give it a nice curled edge. I added flowers from Petaloo (I think MFT sold out of them though) to the background. The distressed image was then adhered to a mat of inked kraft cardstock then sewn on a kraft card base.
The second card was made for today's SCS monochromatic color challenge. I used shades of green for my scarecrow, then added black swirling clouds with Basic Grey rub ons. The background was run through an inked cuttlebug folder (distressed stripes) - I love that technique!


These stamps will be released on Wednesday 9/3 during the cocktail party in the MFT forum on SCS. Stop by and join the fun and play the challenge to be the next MFT guest designer!

9 comments:

Hege-Annie Simonsen said...

Yes, what a fun scarecrow and really cute owls! Wonderful cards you've made with these stamps!! Love the colours! :)

Janine said...

Beautiful batch of cards Michelle!
Love the colors you use always!

Terrie B x said...

Oh `Wow` I loe both thse cards...TFS!!!Have a great day:)~X~

The Rubber Maid said...

Love your cards they are wonderful, I especially love the monochromatic one. Pat

Conniecrafter said...

I love them both, the owls on the scarecrow are too cute, like the idea of the flowers too!
The colors in the second one are awesome...LOVE it!

Tiffany said...

Gorgeous cards! All your little details really make them look professional. Your coloring is always beautiful too.

jen del muro (iheart2stamp.com) said...

i absolutely ADORE these!

Kim said...

Too much eye candy for one day Michelle! Love em!

wendyp said...

Love this! The cloud rubons are the perfect touch!

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