Happy Monday! It's the start of the two week challenge at Bitten By The Bug 2 challenge site. This challenge is...Thanksgiving.
I don't normally send out Thanksgiving cards but since there won't be a lot of family gathering this year, I decided that I'll send some this year.
I searched for turkey images in Design Space and saw this Turkey Day card from the Simple Holiday Cards set; and duplicated it so I could create multiple cards. These were so simple to do. I love that turkey and I added some interest by putting glitter marker on the feathers. One has a gold glitter marker and the other is clear glitter.
This is a great way to send THANKS to everyone that you are thankful for. I do a TGIF; Thankful Friday post every Friday and it helps me to be grateful and thankful for all the little things.
Come back on Friday to see what I'm thankful for this week...even I don't know yet! LOL
I also have set a goal for myself this year to send at least one card a week. Click on the Card Goal 2020 label to read more about that.
Create your Thanksgiving themed project using your Cricut and link it to the BBTB2 challenge site HERE.
Dorlene, love that touch of glitter... it really makes a simple card and don't you love making a stack!ReplyDelete
Such a cute funky turkey. I think I like the gold glitter pen since it made the tail feathers stand out more. Good luck with your project. I don't have a problem making a card a week (usually several), but I do have a problem getting any scrap pages done, so maybe that is a goal I can do along with you.ReplyDelete
How true that is, it is good to focus on the things to be thankful for. I love these cute turkey cards. What fun it would be for friends and family to receive one of these cards.ReplyDelete
This is such a fun card and being able to produce multiples is a big plus!!ReplyDelete
Yes, we all have so much to be thankful for this year. Even though we might not get together, sending out cards lets people know we are thinking of them during the holiday. Love your easy and cute turkey card. Happy Thanksgiving, gobble gobbleReplyDelete
I've said before, I love your goal of sending a card a week! Especially this year when we can't meet in person like normal, it's so meaningful to get something in the mail. This is so cute and I bet was quick and easy to make! Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete