Saturday, August 4, 2012

Speedy Fox and Friends 119 - Back to Nature

What a fun week of crafting this has been and we are not done yet!!!  This week's challenge at Speedy Fox and Friends is to get "Back to Nature".  Come and join us HERE for this fun challenge and a chance to win a stamp set.   For this challenge I chose to use MFP a Heinrich Co. "Christmas in the Country"  and for the sentiment MFP a Heinrich Co. "North American Woods".  Since I was thinking that this one would go to my husband,  I asked him about some paper choices.  He said, "Less is more" and when I showed him an idea I had, he said, "that looks like a woman, making a card for a man, but giving it to a woman"!!!  He is so funny!   I ended up going with the "less is more" plan.  Here's my "Back to Nature":

I entered this card into 3 of the Dare to get Dirty challenges at Splitcoaststampers!

DP:  Paper Studio Bella Bohemia
Marvy  "Vintage Label" Punch
Stamps: MFP a Heinrich Co. "Christmas in the Country"
 and MFP a Heinrich Co. "North American Woods"


  1. Angie, I think your card came out very manly. Great scene!

  2. Absolutely beautiful! Love the layers.

  3. Angie--what a wonderful card! I almost used that image but changed my mind at the last minute! You did a fabulous job on this challenge! TFS

  4. Angie,
    Very pretty and what a beautiful scene - wow!

  5. Gorgeous card! What a beautiful scene!

  6. beautiful Angie, looks like it should be framed for hanging! love it!!

  7. What a beautiful scene, really outdoorsy! Less is more is this case :)

  8. This looks great stamped in brown and antiqued.

  9. Thank God you posted what set you used because I loooovvveee this and couldnt figure out what set it was from. This totally rocks my socks!


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