The last DTGD challenges were posted yesterday, so this is my last card for the DTGD week.  It fits into three of the challenges.  If I had read one of the challenges a little more closely, it would have fit into four.  But I didn’t follow the directions closely enough.

This is a cute new set from Stampin Up.  A little tip:  Since the stamps are all a solid image in this set, by coloring the stamp with a marker rather than stamping it on an ink pad, I was able to get the look of separate wood boards on the barn.

It’s not too late to join in the fun over on Splitcoaststampers.  Cards and projects have until Monday, August 8th, to be uploaded into the gallery there.  Fun stuff!

Thanks for dropping by today.  Have a great weekend.


Stamps: SU Barnyard Buddies and Teeny Tiny Wishes

Papers: PTI Select White and True Black; SU Summer Sun and Cheerful Treat DSP

Inks: SU Chocolate Chip, Basic Black, Old Olive and Real Red; VersaMark

Accessories: Nestabilities Circle Dies, Sunflower Die and Leaf Die; Gingham Ribbon; Raffia; Bee Button; SU Black Buttons; Magic Mesh; Black Embossing Powder

15 Responses to “DTGD – One Last Card”

  1. Too cute, Susan 🙂 Love the sunflower and touch a raffia. Fun card.

  2. I love this card. The sunflower background for the farm is perfect. I went to a Weecycle sale yesterday and picked up several retired SU sets. I loved the one you sent me and you are now responsible for my need to add to my collection. Have a great weekend.

  3. I love farm cards. Love how you made that cute sunflower! Great green DP…a perfect match for a great wheat field type look!

  4. What a super fun and cute card! The wheel buttons on the tractor are just darling!!

  5. A D O R A B L E !

  6. What a fun card, Susan! I love how you combined the so many challenges.

  7. What wonderful stamping. Fabulous design, Susan! Love this card!

  8. What a great card, Susan and thanks for the tip about the markers. I love that you outlined the top of the rooster, that bee is awesome and that you used that good old magic mesh!

  9. Oh how cute, I just love the farm scene in the center of the flower, what a fantastic idea!

  10. What a fun little card, Susan….the farm scene is adorable and I love all the petals and leaves in the background!!!!!

  11. I LOVE this! The colors are great and such a cute little scene!

  12. Love your farm themed card. I also love the tip you shared on how to get that look on the barn. That was the first thing that caught my eye when I first saw it. I really like your layout on this one too. Great card! Best, Curt

  13. just so stinkin cute! 🙂

  14. This is so fun! Great tractor and wheels are perfect. I didn’t have time to play this year in the DD GASP… I always love those challenges. Oh well, next year. :0)

  15. This is a wonderful card, would be perfect for my BIL, he adors trecktors, love how you achieved the wood effect!

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