Friday, November 26, 2010

November Mingle to Robin Fulbrook

Robin Fulbrook - don't look if you want to be surprised!!
Here is the card I made.

The front was a very pretty fall paper I had in my stash.  The sentiment was stamped using a Kaleidacolor stamp pad in Autumn Leaves colors.  The ovals were cut with my Nesties and Cuttlebug.  Chocolate brown ribbon is from my stash.
 I tried to envision what my kitchen would look like on Thanksgiving morning.  There would be a pie or two cooling, a turkey baking in the oven and, of course, a basket of warm rolls!

The potatoes and corn are in the pots on the stove.

I used lots of stamps - Magnolia Apple Pie Tilda , Shelf with Kitchen Towels, Kitchen (cabinet in back), Stove and Oven Mitt, Tilda's Table, and Kitty Cat.The pie on the shelf, basket of rolls and turkey are Cornish Heritage Farms stamps.

Kitty's rug and under the table were cut using Nesties Petite Scallops dies. 
Here's a side view showing the images standing up.  I used clear plastic strips to hold them up.

This view shows the table and kitchen cabinet.
Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you have enjoyed the Thanksgiving kitchen scene.  Hopefully it brought back memories of pleasant times with your family and friends.

Huggeroonies,

6 comments:

Card Crazy said...

Kathy, what a fantastic card! I absolutely love, love, love it. I want to make cards like you when I grow up :)
Sue S.

Leslie Avila said...

Kathy,
What an adorable pop up card. She will love it, and all the love that went into it.
Blessings to you,
Leslie Avila

Barb Hardeman said...

Ooooooh Kathy,
How positively creative and adorable is this card...Wonderful work and a simply delightful surprise on the inside.
Blessings and hugs,
Barb

Peggie said...

Great scene. Love pop-up cards.

Sandy said...

Kathy, I need to learn how to do this - I love this card. Like you, I love entering in a pretend world and I think you sense of humor is wonderful.
Sandy

Diana Crick said...

OMGosh this is absolutely amazing, a feast for the tummy and a card feast for the eyes. Your attention to detail had me gobsmacked! STUNNING!!!
hugs, Diana