I wanted to share some projects by it Little Misses in the house.These were all done with The Greeting Farm stamps featuring Anya and Wild Sprouts. Lydia wanted to entering one of these into the current Farm Fresh Challenge with a “Christmas” theme. While these are not in traditional holiday colors, they were all made for gifts. It’s so fun to craft with them!
This is my last project as a guest at The Greeting Farm and I’ve had so much fun. Thank you so much! For this project, I decided I would use Creepin’ Crew Monday and do a winter project. I’m a fan of Chris‘ work and fell in love with one of her projects she made earlier this year. The style was unique and I wanted to try it out so this project is a CAS as a tribute.
The background paper is a decorative paper that I stamped the skull on with red. The skull is acutely part of the CC Sweet & Toxic stamp that has been retired. It made a nice background for Monday. Lastly I added some twine and and a charm to make it a little different from Chris’ snowman project. Thanks Chris for the inspiration!
Today is my day to post on The Greeting Farm blog and I’ve been working on some tags for the holiday season to be used with gift cards. I started out with the Cutters Baggies and Tags metal die from CC Designs then began adding stuff to it. For this post, I’m going to focus on the red one … “you’re something special.”
The image I used is one of the girls from Miss Anya Hats Off from The Greeting Farm. This girl is a sitting gal so I also used the chair from Cozy Cafe from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I fussy cut around the images to merge them instead of masking them when I stamped. I was doubting myself about the fussy cutting when I started cutting out the decorative part of the chair. It was luck that I started on the left side because I was able to give up when I got around the top. LOL They’re both mounted with foam so they stick out from the card for some dimension.
For the outside envelope, I found an older TGF sentiment which worked well for the occasion. I loved how Marika used a bunch of different ribbons on her project so I followed suit. Then I tied them all together with baker’s twine. I also used the same twine for the outside of the envelope.
I’m excited to share with you this winter project that I made with a Greeting Farm set. This is Amelia from the Fuzzy Wuzzy set and was a “must” on my list . . . well, that’s according to my daughter. Since she shares the same name, she insisted and wouldn’t let me pick another. LOL. Of course, I was happy to oblige!
My favorite thing to color are faces and this one was on exception. First I stamped her in gray then I could color the eyes a little bigger than what’s on the stamp. I also defined the nose and mouth a little more. There was a point the markers were gunking up, which started to freak me out. However, this time I tried the Blender marker then followed up with E0000. It seemed to do the trick but then I knew I was finished and couldn’t really do anymore for fear of it getting gunky again.
I am so excited to be on the farm as a guest this month and want to send out a huge thank you to Rosemary and Marie at The Greeting Farm! I’ve been meaning to get out my TGF collection of rubber stamps for a while and have actually had a few on the side of my desk calling out to me. So I am super excited to actually ink them up and add some color. Oh yeah!
This is Cheeky Cherry Pie from The Greeting Farm and I thought she would be a perfect November project with her yummy baked pie. I wanted a harvest theme so I chose papers from We R Memory Keeper that had a good color autumn theme. However, I didn’t want everything to be browns and yellows so I added some green for a splash of color. And what color of hair goes best with green? Well, red hair of course!
I cut one of the paper sheets down for the frame she is in. That took a little finesse but I think it was worth the outcome. Then I stamped and colored the Knife and Fork stamp (from Magnolia) for her to sit on. The leaf embellishments were fun to created too – I used a leaf punch and colored them with Copic markers to match. I punched them in the same paper I used to color Cheeky Cherry Pie so the coloring blinded well.