Tuesday, August 31, 2010

TWO - 4 - ONE

Hello Everyone!  
Are you having a good day??
It's in the 90s outdoors  here in Ohio
(too hot to do anything out there), 
so that gives me the opportunity to
"GET CAUGHT UP" on my crafting!  
The crafting cave is nice and cool!!!

As my title indicates, I am covering TWO challenges today with ONE creation.  This card satisfies the challenge on the Crafty Secrets Forum of SCS . . . where our hostess, Jan, has asked us to use FALL as our theme for this weeks creation.

(click image to enlarge)
This card also is for the #12 challenge over at Joan's Gardens where we have sort of a recipe challenge.  We were to use: striped paper, pearls or brads, piercing & a fall image.  (The image was supposed to be stamped but I'm sure Joan will understand this time around, teehee).

Recipe for my creation is as follows:
Stamps:  Carolyn King (for GinaK)
Image:  Crafty Secrets - *new* Seasonal Booklet
Papers: DCWV dp, Joann's Debbie Mumm dp, old olive, basic black
Inks:  Versafine Black
Accessories:  SU fiber, Colorbok flower, antique brass brads, paper piercer & pad, Martha Stewart "frond" punch

Thanks for stopping by today ... please come back tomorrow when I will have another 2-4-1 creation which covers The Sisterhood Challenge and Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge.  

Now it's back to the crafting cave while my "juices are flowing" then back upstairs to finish canning more picalilli!  While at Joan Fricker's this week, I purchased some FRESH tomatoes (red & green) and sweet peppers from the farmer, Denny, who farms some of Joan & Jon's land.  Talk about fresh ... I had to wait for Denny to finish picking my tomatoes so I could get on the road headed home!!  Now that's FRESH and an AWESOME price too!!  

Hugs to you!


Joan Fricker said...

Darlene, cute card!
Thanks so much for playing in Joan's Gardens #12 challenge, How fun!


Anonymous said...

Hey Dar!! Love your creation sweetie!! The Vintage style is so awesome!! :) TFS!

Patty said...

Your card is so pretty. I love it, what a great job!