This city girl is no stranger to urban settings, airplanes flying constantly overhead and stop and go traffic. But when Squigglefly announced this week's challenge, I was kerflummoxed! The only farm I have ever been on or seen is the pumpkin farm I took my kids to just before Halloween. And how could I make a card with a Down on the Farm theme if I didn't have farm papers, stickers nor an image to play with?!
So move over, my country bumpkins, I made a card with frost upon my pumpkins. Yes, I am quoting a country song. I used to date a guy who always took me to a bar that played country songs and offered the biggest fattest dill pickles in a big old jar that I have ever seen--right smack on the bartop!
Anyway, I digress! I printed this Squigglefly digi image and colored it with Copics. It's called "Stanley Scarecrow" by artist Fawn Palmer. I used a leftover piece of patterned paper that shows the clouds and sun. I tore green cardstock and layered it to look like fields, and adhered my scarecrow with dimensional tape. I added a bow of raffia to my card-it kind of looks like straw, right? LOL
Your turn to step up to the challenge. Enter a card or project with your version of a down-on-the-farm theme for your chance to win a free digi! Don't forget to use a Squigglefly image. Click HERE for a freebie!