Monday, August 9, 2010

Introducing Gobble Gobble

Hello friends and thank you so much for stopping by tonight!  I am super excited to share Gobble Gobble with you.  It is a whimsical and fun set that can be used for a variety of stamping projects from scrapbook layouts to Thanksgiving meal menus, to tags and cards!!  What I love about the turkey in Gobble Gobble is that he can stand in two shoes...he is a turkey that can look like a peacock too!!  You will have fun dressing this turkey up or down.  He has a few plumage options along with great decorative background options and fabulous sentiments too!

  1. Create card base, layers and die cuts. Use impression plate to add texture.
  2. Stamp image 3 times.  Cut several images and adhere using dimensionals to create raised effect.
  3. Colour beak.  Stamp sentiment.
  4. Create scalloped punch edge.  Attach ribbon and tie bow.
  5. Adhere all layers.  

Stamp Set(s):  Gobble Gobble by PTI available August 15th
Cardstock:Dark Chocolate by PTI, Vintage Cream by PTI
Patterned Paper:Blueberry Hill from the Vintage Blue collection by We R Memory Keepers
Accents: Button by PTI
Tools: Nestabilities by Spellbinders, Copic Markers, Woodgrain impression plate by PTI
Thanks again for stopping by today!  Make sure you check for my other post below: Introducing Take Three: Fall for two more cards. I'd love to hear what you think of the turkey. Pop back tomorrow for even more previews using Gobble Gobble and Take Three: Fall.



Laura Isham said...

that turkey is ADORABLE! Love that you can make it a peacock, too! Great, fun card!

Laurel said...

This is so cute!

Vicki B. said...

This turkey is so cute! Love fun stuff!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

I'm going to like this set. A fun loving 'turkey' for November.

Sara Mac said...

How cute! Can't wait to see more.

Troy Louise said...

Your turkey is very fun. Love your new Take Three Fall set. Thanks.

Alisa said...

He is soooo cute! Love love love it! Can't wait to see more! :-)

Jolene S said...

I can't wait to get this set! I love this little turkey!!!

Kathy Martin said...

GREAT dimensional turkey! :)

Steph Zerbe said...

oh he is so cute and I can't wait to make a peacock out of him. looking fwd to the whole set!!! What a great idea for a set!!! I love how you layered his feathers.