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Grateful for you Scarecrow Thanksgiving Card



Hello friends. Meg here, with a card just in time for Thanksgiving (in the USA), in a few days. This is a sneak peek of a new scarecrow digital stamp by KGC. The sentiment stamps are from the You Inspire Me clear stamp set.

I started off my making a clean and simple background using spray inks. My personal favorite are Heidi Swapp Color Shine and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. I used a variety of both to make the organic looking, blue and green background.

I then printed my digital stamps from my laser printer. I colored the scarecrow using Copic markers. To add details I used a clear Stardust Gelly Roll pen from Sakura. I then fussy cut the colored imaged and outlined the white edges using my black Tombow Dual Brush Marker.


I then heat embossed the sentiment "Grateful for you in my life" using Brass colored embossing powder from Hero Arts. Isn't this sentiment just perfect for the holidays?! I recommend you checking it out as there are multiple saying you can create from this highly versatile set!

I then adhered my scarecrow digi image using some glossy accents. I recommend a strong adhesive so none of the small parts of the image life once adhered to the card front.


I hope you like my Thanksgiving card using the fabulous new digital stamp scarecrow and the You Inspire Me clear stamp sentiment set. Thanks for visiting my blogpost!

~Meghan Shea
IG: meghanshea3377

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  1. Meghan, this is so cute and LOVE that deep color for the background!!

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    1. Thanks so much Beverly! You're so sweet!

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