Thank you Judy for a fun challenge! I pleated the lace, pinned in place and use my sewing machine to hold it down~worked like a charm. I just got this SU set because I loved the tractor~I guess everyone knows I live in Iowa and right now is not good for the farmers~a severe drought and soooo hot! 105 today!
I stamped the tractor in the new SU color Gumball Green, the sentiment in Summer Starfruit~love the new pads! The dp came with the white and yellow paint! I used a Spellbinder to cut out. I stamped the sentiment and cut the arrrow. Added a gingham knot and a corn button. I also did a little paper peircing in the top corner. Sponged all the edges. TFL
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Mon, Jul 23, 2012 @ 5:24 PM
Beautiful image Linda! Love the pleated ribbon. Praying for rain! Hugs...
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Registered: August 15, 2007 Location: Twin Cities MN Posts: 28737
Mon, Jul 23, 2012 @ 5:36 PM
Linda you need to work for the Iowa Tourism Dept..this is a wonderful depiction of what makes Iowa great...those tiny ears of corn are darling..love the tractor and your pleated lace...fantastic job! I feel for you with the heat and drought :(
Registered: April 7, 2006 Location: Fort Worth Texas Posts: 307
Mon, Jul 23, 2012 @ 6:33 PM
Great card. I am from Iowa too and live in Texas now. My aunt still lives there and she and my mom communicate everyday and she has been saying how incredibly hot it has been. All that to say I love your card. It reminds me of the cups my DH bought at a garage sale the other day. They were John Deere!
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Tue, Jul 24, 2012 @ 2:50 AM
Linda, this year's drought is a sad, sad thing. It is going to impact us all in the end - food prices, gas prices from ethanol, and the emotional toll. I am praying for rain and hoping you get it soon (that we all do).
Now about your card...I love it. That set is wonderful - so wonderful that my Mother bought it and she never buys stamp sets from SU! I love that you did it in green and included very country accents. The corn is perfect!!! Great card!!!
Hugz and wishes for rain!
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