Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Imaginisce Happy Harvest Release Party

It might be summertime here in the United States...but at Imaginisce this week, it's Happy Harvest Time!  I hope you hurry on over there to join in the Happy Harvest Release Party festivities... catch a glimpse of all the great projects created with the Happy Harvest products by our dedicated Design Team and get in on a chance to win some outstanding prizes too!

The "Simple Joys" chipboard sticker from the Happy Fall Chipboard Sticker set was a perfect piece to use as the focal point for this simple and elegant card.  I paired Autumn Splendor patterned paper with Hawaiian Shores cardstock that I embossed with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder on a Dark Chocolate cardbase.  A Dark Chocolate ribbon finished the project.  For fun I submitted this card into the CAS-ual Friday "Getting Edgy" challenge.

A Rustic Cream cardstock base is the backdrop for this Happy Fall card that features the adorable Owl from the Fall Friends Icon Die Cuts set.  I border punched Terra Cotta tile cardstock and layered it with Dark Chocolate for a backdrop to a piece of Dancing Leaves patterned paper. Die cut Scalloped and Silver Stackers Ovals (Cheery Lynn Designs) formed a base for the Owl to perch upon. For added detail I topped the card with a Terra Cotta Tile ribbon, a Tim Holtz Note pin and added a leaf from the Fall Friends Icon Die Cut set to the pin top.  For some bling I adhered Glitter Hot Rocks with my Imaginisce I-Rock tool.

To see more fabulous projects using the new Happy Harvest Collection, head on over to the Imaginisce Blog and join the Happy Harvest Release Party going on all week long!

5 Scrappy Comments:

Diana Waite said...

okay I really like BOTH of these cards! Just lovely!

Ana (Anrilla) said...

Hi, your cards are very nice and colorful.

have a great day!

Laura Davis said...

LOVE these cards!
Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

Laurie said...

Your cards are adorable! Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays!

Anonymous said...

Love it! I too have been thinking about autumn colors lately...Cajun Craze in particular.

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