Friday, October 7, 2011

Fall Mash Up Blog Hop

Thank you so much for joining us for the
svg attic
Fall Mash Up Blog Hop
have partnered this weekend to bring you fun,
creative, and inspiring projects to jump start your Fall crafting!

Just check out how easy it is to use the adorable PKS face stamps with
SVG Attic's awesome cut files!

If you've just come from Vivienne's blog,
then you are in the right place!

If not, make sure you start at the beginning over at
Peachy Keen Stamp's Blog and the SVG Attic Blog
so you don't miss a single chance to win some fun prizes up for grabs!

PLUS*** For the duration of the HOP SVG Attic is having a SALE!!
Just enter the code "HOP" at checkout to save 30% off your total purchase! 
No minimum requirements!!

The Hop runs until Sunday night, and there will be even more
inspiration tomorrow at some of the other blogs!

Now for my project....... I made a step card! My first one ever!
 From the Step Card SVG Collection.


I'm not sure why, but I find myself creating
scenes out of paper quite often. So I thought it might be fun
to make a corn field/pumpkin patch Autumn scene to decorate my table!!


I used the Pumpkin Patch collection from SVG Attic 
for all the little pumpkins and paired them with 
super cute face stamps from Peachy Keen Stamps!!


 I wanted to make the hay-bale boxes and wagon from the 
Fall Harvest Favor Boxes Collection, but couldn't figure out how to add 
a 3-D wagon to a step card, so I just glued the bales of hay in a little stack in the back.


This is the view from the back of the card.... just so you can see that 
I tied up the bales with twine from Trendy Twine!



The cute ScareCrow is from the new set being released today:
Thankful Friends
I wanted to give him more of a "straw" look so I used the
haystack placecard holder from the Fall Celebration Kit
and reduced it to make tiny little ones! Then I cut them in half
and stuck 'em behind my scarecrow for his hands and feet!!
Cute right! Here's a closer view:


Sorry the pictures aren't better... I no longer own a camera.
It finally quit on me, so all my photos were taken with my phone... :-(
Lame I know.


Don'tcha just love his little face? I can't believe how fun it is to use
Peachy Keen Stamps! You can mix and match facial features and the possibilities are endless!!
I wanted him to look a little scary, since he IS a scarecrow...
and there happens to be a CROW sitting on his shoulder!!!!Lol!

Oh yeah! I almost forgot!!! See that rolled bale of hay on the left side??


I made that with svg files from SVG Attic too! I altered the
Spooky Treat Baskets
in my Jack-O-Lantern project last weekend
and I used that to make the end pieces for the round bale of hay.
The spiral added to the end is the lollipop from Suri's Sweet Treats
collection and I just used a rectangle to form the tube.

Thanks for hopping by!!!
I hope you liked my very first step card!!

Don't forget to leave a comment on each
designer's blog for a chance to win a $50 prize package from
SVG Attic or $50 prize package from Peachy Keen Stamps!!
The deadline for commenting is 11:59pm CDT
Sunday, October 9th.

Your next stop on the hop is:
Janice Wilson

Here's the line-up in case you get lost:
PKS Blog - http://peachykeenstamps.blogspot.com/

SVG Attic Blog(Jessica) - http://svgattic.blogspot.com/
Ruthie - http://septemberninth.blogspot.com/ 
Kathy - http://www.peachykeenstamps-kathy.blogspot.com/   
Kasi - http://19eightyexpressions.blogspot.com/

 
In case you've never heard of them, here's some interesting info
about these two awesome companies!!

SVG Attic was founded early 2011 by Jessica Bashaw and is a family
owned company that operates in Southern California. Jessica provides
fresh, cute, and easy to cut/assemble SVG files for use with
your favorite SVG compatible electronic cutting machine.

Peachy Keen Stamps is a family business founded by Kathy & Dave
Jakopovich in September 2003. They are located in Green Bay, WI and are
the leading manufacturer of the original clear, high-quality, whimsical,
face stamps loved by die cutters internationally!!
Kathy illustrates the entire face line as well as an image
stamp line with the same sweet whimsical look.
Their stamps stamp crisp, clear, and never need to be sanded,
or rubbed with an eraser. Trade quality photopolymer means
that your stamps will last through THOUSANDS of impressions!!!

59 comments:

Viv said...

Wow wow and wow again!! There's good and then there's brilliant!! THIS, is brilliant and I'm dead jealous of your cleverness! (Only kiddin').lol
Hugs Viv xxx

Jessica Bashaw said...

Wowza! You are completely amazing! The scene you created is fantastic and you displayed how well ALL of my collections can go together! I just love the rolled hay, the face you chose for the pumpkins and scarecrow are so cute! I love the "extra" straw on the scarecrow, in fact it reminds me of the wizard of oz when the scarecrow stuffs himself! Dollop cute! Have to try this out! Thanks for being in the hop!

Janice W. said...

I love your step card scene. It is hard to believe this is your first one. You did an amazing job!

Cathie w said...

such a cute project...TFS!!!

cathie
scraphappycat@gmail.com

Eva said...

this is a wonderful scene...I love making these too. Love it!!!
Eva :0)
evascrapslife(at)gmail(dot)com
http://evasscrapsncards.blogspot.com
I have a giveaway on my blog

Rene said...

GREAT JOB... couldn't even tell it was a step card till you showed the pic from the top view! FANTASTIC!!
Corinne
ronnieandcorinne@sbcglobal.net

Kim Score said...

now that's a 3-D card! totally cool

Beth Hillier said...

Anna, Great step card. I can see lots of great work went into it. Love it. Beth

Maria said...

Love the project you made. Super cute
Thanks for sharing
marial302003@yahoo.com

Jovan said...

This scarecrow is ADORABLE!

Ruthie @ SeptemberNinth said...

Hi Anna Dawn!

You card is adorable!! OMGosh! I LOVE how you added the haystack to add straw to the scarecrow and I LOVE your bale of hay! So creative!

Ruthie :)

Kimberly said...

Awesome Card!!! I love all the amazing details!! Sorry about your camera!
Kimberly
cutie.jensen at gmail.com
hellocutiecrafts.blogspot.com

Glora said...

Wow, this is SO cool! I just love the depth and dimension. This is going to be a perfect table decor item. I LOVE it! Hugs- Glora

Lisa said...

what a great card! for your first step card it turned out wonderful! I am already a follower! TFS

Have a scrap-happy day
Lisa G
http://lisa-scrappingspot.blogspot.com/

Vicki said...

Outstanding job on your first step card. I love your scene. Thanks for sharing.


Vicki
vwilson577 at yahoo.com

bonnie said...

Oh my gosh sweetie this is stunning...WOW!! Love all the sweet lil' details so stinkin' cute...you ROCKED this card...awesome and so inspiring tfs! ;) Hugs x

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

wow what a masterpiece - gorgeous!

kraftykat157 said...

I Love it! Thanks for sharing
sherrye

Denise said...

Wow, what an amazing card!! I love it! I am so glad that I was able to stop by and check it out!
Crafty Hugs,
Denise
http://www.craftconfectionery.com/

Sue Alger said...

Wow!! Wow!! What a lovely table decoration. I can just imaging how many hours you must have taken to make this project. So much detail. I sure hope you can store this and bring out year after year.

Tammy V said...

What a fabulous step card. So much wonderful detailing!

GiGi said...

This is SO SO CUTE!!! I love how the pumpkins step up on the side and that super cute scarecrow! Great card!

Janie said...

Love that little scarecrow..... Thanks for sharing your adorable step card.
Janie
www.janiescraftcloset.blogspot.com
waxwerks@q.com

Brenda66 said...

Such an adorable card and just love the details! Thanks for sharing!

UnikeByYes said...

Love it! Another great project, TFS and for the chance to play. Have a great day!
Liz

Terry said...

That is amazing detail. But I think my favorite detail is the way your scarecrow is giving that crow "the stink eye" as my boyfriend calls it. Wonderful job!
Terry

Becki said...

This is sooooo stinkin' creative Anna Dawn. I love it!! Congrats on an amazing project and TFS!

adonijah73 at gmail dot com
Happy Card Encouragement Factory

Danielle Lee said...

Wow! Are you sure this was your first attempt at a step card? Amazing! Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

Danielle
leeceratops@comcast.net

Bunnyfreak said...

Love the scene you created.
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Kathy's Kreative Spot said...

Your step card is awesome, I would of never guessed this was your first one.
KathyV
Katsews at Gmail dotcom

by Frank-LEE Speaking... said...

You did an Awesome job on this card. You sure it's your first time doing this type of card. You nailed it! Smooches... Felicia - frankleecrafts [at] gmail [dot] com

Keely said...

I can't express how great this looks! The scarecrow and all of the little touches you added looks awesome!
kdc79@comcast.net

marg0006 said...

Really cute. He looks upset up there he, he. It is so full of detail that I couln't even tell it was a step up card.

tina said...

Wonderful card. Love all the little faces.

Tina

Ann G. said...

Amazing detail - your card is wonderful TFS

littlen said...

what a great job for your first step card. tfs.
littlen44 at gmail dot com

Cassandra said...

HOLY COW HOLY COW HOLY COW!!! You are so incredibly talented!! This is AWESOME!!! What a great hop. Well done :)

cassandracaubleatyahoodotcom
www.Ctimz3.blogspot.com

SuperPat said...

This is AMAZING! I can't believe the detail you have added. Truly a keeper!

Percilla G said...

Oh is that ever a cute project
Perfect for this time of year
Love the faces - that scare crow it to cute
perderg{at}q{dot}com

KimberlyRae said...

wowwwwwwwwwwww.....
Beautiful Work :) I Love it!
Thank you for sharing!
Hugs and Blessings,
KimberlyRae
http://kreationsbykimberlyrae.com/blog

Lisa R. said...

Another awesome step card creation!!!! Great job showcasing these wonderful companies! TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

callyannc said...

Freakin awesome scarecrow card! Amazing! TFS Callyann

marg0006 said...

2nd day of hop . Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Very creative and clever....wish you would come decorate my house with your paper scenes!
anteupju at yahoo dot com

Judy said...

You are definitely one talented lady, WOW!
jejaeb (at) cfl (dot) rr (dot) com
scrappinana.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

omg I love this card you out did yourself again
Hugs Debbie
mrs.deb@sbcglobal.net

Altered by Jenn said...

HOLY COW!!!!!! You have outdone yourself. This is just purely amazing!

help at alteredbyjenn dot com

Mrs.Debbie said...

Love your card so cute
Hugs Debbie
mrs.deb@sbcglobal.net

antdoda said...

Wow I just love all the details and the dimensions you put into this card!!

Irishgal01103 said...

I can't wait to try a step card! I hope mine turns out as great as your first one did! :)

CricutCrAzy said...

Adorable! What a fun decor piece, I would have never thought of it!! :)
mlind125@gmail (dot) com

Amanda said...

Wowzers, your card is just stunning!!! I just love all the amazing details you put in this card..

Scrappy hugs,
Amanda:0)
amandascraftsandmore(at)hotmail(dot)com

CricutCrAzy said...

adorable! more home decor inspiration! LOVE it! ;D
mlind125@gmail (dot) com

Jani said...

WOW! So cute and creative as always Anna Dawn! love the stalks and hay bails. :)

Trisha said...

You are not just talking to yourself. Great job on this adorable step card/table top decoration. Love everything that you did. Thanks for the chance to win and I am a new follower. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Jenny said...

Wow love this scarecrow card! So super cute :)

Jenny
jennykingham at att dot net

Chloe and Her Clip On Koalas said...

WOW!!!! What an amazing project. Love it and love the 3d effect. All your detail, colours, cuts. It is just perfect! Thanks for such a great DT job of inspiring us all! x

GreenScrap said...

That is so cute!! The scarecrow touching the bird is genius!! Love it!! TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Jen said...

I love the faces that you used!

kissmyjen at gmail.com
justcreativeme.blogspot.com

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