Thursday, October 15, 2009

Gobble Gobble!

This week for the Scallop Challenge, I couldn't help but use the turkey from the CCS Turkey Day set. His tail feathers were perfect for scalloping! What do you call a group of turkeys like this anyway? A flock, a gander...I just wasn't sure so I looked it up. They're actually called a rafter, a gang or a gobble! I think these guys are definitely a GOBBLE! I created this gobble by using a mask. The masking technique is very simple. Stamp your first image onto your card, then stamp another of the same image onto a Post-it note. Next, cut out the extra image and use it to cover your original image on your card. You can then stamp another image slightly over the original without overlapping images.




Card Recipe:
Stamp Set- Creative Clear Stamps "Turkey Day" set
Paper- Stampin' Up Really Rust, Kraft, Kiwi Kiss
Ink- Kaleidacolor Pumpkin Patch
Misc.-Scallop punch, corner rounder, green brads

THANKS!
Shelly

4 comments:

  1. Dang it! I never thought of using his tail as scallops - super good idea!! I may have to redo my challenge piece now.....

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  2. Look at how creative you are...love the turkey tail as scallops! I NEVER would have seen that! Great masking job on these too!

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  3. no way! I didnt see "scallops" in his tail either! and super masking!!!
    hmmmmmm, will have to rethink "outside the box" on what else could be a scallop!!!

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  4. Way to go on the card! Love it!

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