This is going to be a quick post... Short on time today. I made this card for a challenge on the Cricut Circle Blog, but forgot about it. Figured I better get it posted.
This challenge was all about creating a scene with a project. It may surprise you, but most of the cuts for this one are from Pop Up Neighborhood, the 4th quarter Circle Exclusive Cartridge. That's where the pumpkins, sun and clouds, scarecrow and hay wagon are from. I used markers to detail in the hay and scarecrow features. I inked everything in a rust colored ink. The grass is also from PUN and the leaves are from A Child's Year. The Thankful for You is a clear rubber stamp that I cut out for the sentiment.
I added glossy here and there on the wood of the wagon and then stickles to look like frost on the ground items and also on the clouds and sun. I would love to hear what you think of it. After this project, I am going to spend more time going through the accessory layers of my cartridges. Hee! Hee! Who knew this would come from a neighborhood cartridge! Hee! Hee! Thanks so much for visiting today!