This sweet Handmade Farm Girl Card is the perfect way to end the week.
The adorable farm girl with her lovable chicken is from The Digi Garden. (Unfortunately, the website closed after the owner passed away.)
How I Made This Farm Girl Card
I colored it with Copic Markers. When I colored her, I accidentally dropped a dark gray marker about 1/4″ from her head….Ughhh!!! So the card that I had planned in my head suddenly changed. Instead of having her in a rectangle, I fussy cut her which worked great for this card.
The base of the card is white. The designer papers are from a Making Memories stack. I added navy card stock to the background and a layer of blue gingham designer paper to that. Then I cut strips of designer papers and navy card stock to make the scalloped borders which I punched with Martha Stewart punches. The top navy border was made using the Stampin’ Up ribbon punch.
I finished the card with a little bit of natural twine which is the perfect accent for this country girl. I live in a rural area, and I have lots of farm friends. I know lots of people who would love this Handmade Farm Girl Card. I’m going to have to print her off and make some more!
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Wonderful to see that there are still people using Jacquie’s digis!!! Adorable!!
Deanne – I love her designs. I’m so glad that I bought quite a few.
Cute card. Thanks for playing along at Loves Rubberstamps.
What an adorable card. I also bought quite a few images from Jacquie before she passed away. Was so sad but it’s great that her work lives on. Sometimes our mistakes turn into the best cards. Love your design.
Such a cute image!! Lovely card..
Thanks for joining our Loves Rubberstamps challenge,
Holly AKA KopyKat
So super cute!!! Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!
Aw, such a sweet image. I like the simple design to showcase this image.
What a nice save, pam! I would have never guessed the fussy cut wasn’t intentional all along 🙂 She’s adorable – love your coloring and the sweet gingham farm paper, too!
The background gingham is so perfect for this image which is so sweet! This is a very sweet card