Sunday, May 8, 2016

Blue Woodland Fox Scene - Appalachian Thank You Card

I am proud to live near the oldest mountains in the world.
These mountains and hills have had a profound formative influence on me
and that has carried into my art as well.
This card is a case in point.
The painted mountains were actually part of a scrap piece of paper that
just by chance turned out looking like my favorite ridge,
The Blue Ridge.

The rest of this card came together using scraps lying around on the table
and one adorable stamped and fussy-cut fox.

Can You Case It? #119: Navy, Gold and White

Materials Used on this Card:
Cardstock {Rustic white - Papertrey Ink}
Stamp {Arctic fox - A Muse}
Dye Ink {Enchanted Evening, Harvest Gold - Papertrey Ink}
Kraft sentiment sticker {The Paper Studio}
Burlap paper scrap {DCWV}
Small goldenrod brads {ki memories}

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Be well and enjoy the sunshine,


  1. Kathryn your card is a spendid piece of art. Thanks for joining us at CYCI. -Christine.

  2. Love, love, LOVE the blue fox and the distressed paper. That little bit of burlap really completes the design.

  3. awe, i love all the textures in your card! Thanks for joining us at Can You Case It? --Elizabeth Jeanne (Happy Stamper)

  4. A delightful piece of art. Thanks for sharing with us at Aud Sentiments challenge this fortnight.
    Hugs, Sandy DT

  5. Love it! Kathryn such a great card! Love it all!!! Thanks for joining CYCI! Laura

  6. A very artistic card Kathryn. I recently watched "A Walk in the Woods" and the scenes of the Appalachian trail were stunning. You are lucky to live in such a place.

  7. Lots of lovely texture and great use of your scraps, resulting in a beautiful card.


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