Saturday, September 14, 2013

My Sheri Crafts Challenge #119: Native American Day

Our new challenge @ My Sheri Crafts is to help us celebrate Native American Day which is September 27th.

My card uses two unmounted Native American stamps that I've had for many years and unfortunately I do not recall their origin. I stamped the feather near the card's bottom edge in VersaFine Black Onyx onto Papertrey Ink's Fine Linen CS.

My American Indian image is also stamped on Fine Linen and colored with Copic Markers. I then die cut with a Spellbinders' circle die and mounted it onto green and rust-colored die cut circles that were embossed/debossed with Gold Rounds One -- LOVE the texture these dies add! My card front is mounted to a rust card base with foam dots.

Hope you can join us for our Native American challenge!!!


Sunshine HoneyBee said...

We had similar ideas on using feather. Like your stamped featehr & image. The dies indeed compliment the Native American theme.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"
Guest Designer My Sheri Crafts

Sue Lelli said...

That SB die is the perfect BG for your stamping! LOVE the feather idea, too!

Sandy Palmer said...

What a very striking card Marge! Love the SB die that you used here! It went perfect with it all! :)

Lisa said...

This is gorgeous, Marge!! I love the colors and the stamps!! The die you used is fabulous!! Have a great weekend :)

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Sarah said...

Great card, Marge! I think your SB die cuts make it look like an Indian Brave's shield. I really like that feather stamp, too!

Sue Crease said...

This card is a stunner. I love the dies you used too and the bottom one makes it look like terracota clay.


Shona said...

That terra cotta colour is so perfect for your card and those stamps are fabulous. I really like this one a lot!

Raquel said...

What an elegant card! I love the use of the die cuts and stacked one right on top of each other. Great colors too!

P.G. Lamb said...

Marge, this is beautiful! I love the textures on the circle frames and the stamped feather on the bottom.


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