Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Simple Joys

This is another stamp I had found at the last yard sale at our stamp store, this is a Northwood stamp and they don't put the names of their stamps on them they just give the year, so before posting I always try and look up the name.  Well it is sunset and pine oval, I didn't realize it was suppose to be a sunset so I colored it as being about 10 am, LOL :)

The stamp has that oval frame around it so I just colored it and cut it out and added it to the wavy rectangle for framing. A little wink of stella clear glitter pen on the sun and added the wood leaf. I liked this leaf background paper with this image. The sentiment is stickers and they are silver so I just colored over them with a brown marker.  I love these stamps for masculine cards but I think they would work for anyone that loves the outdoors :)

Northwoods Rubber stamps -- Sunset and Pine Oval 2007, colored w/markers
Spellbinders -- Wavy Rectangles die
Cosmo Cricket -- Fleuriste paper
Recollections -- wooden leaf
Hot off the press -- Dazzles, tiny words and phrases sentiment stickers, colored w/marker

Today is yard day, time to cut back our bushes so they will be already for me to put Christmas lights on in a month, mow the lawn for the last time, well that is what hubby is hoping anyway :) and get our flower beds cleaned up, it is suppose to be the perfect day for it, hope you are able to get out and enjoy the day.

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today and let me know, love hearing from you,



Unknown said...

10 a.m. looks great too lol What a pretty scene, so serene and lovely! I wish we still had our local stamp store....just the regular craft stores. Pretty wood leaf and love that you colored the sentiment sticker--which I love-Simple Joys!

Daniela said...

My dearest,
your card communicates me such a inner joy, such a peace, thank you for all you share !

Hope you're having the best of weeks
I'm sending much love to you

Xx Dany

Donna Ellis said...

Woooo! It reminds me of your photos! Magnificent, peaceful, colorful, and full of Nature's beauty! beautiful design! hugs, de

Ann Greenspan's Crafts said...

Love the way you colored the stamp and have the reflection in the water. I love Northwoods stamps and hoard the ones I own; I won't ever sell them.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Connie, no matter what time of day, this is beautiful! I love Northwoods stamps, and what beautiful coloring that reminds me of some of your photos! Beautifully framed, and what a lovely wooden leaf to finish this off...simply joy! Hugs, sweet friend! xoxo

Christine said...

A great picture and so well framed! Loving the addition of the leaf also!

Lowcarb team member said...

Well it works very well how you've coloured it, and I like the oval shaping.

Hope the yard work went well ... at the end of it I hope you were able to sit and relax with a cup of tea!

All the best Jan

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

This is pretty, Connie - I love nature scenes! Hope that you got all your yard work done. It's so nice to get out in the fresh air. Our weather has been so rainy here that I am way behind on that. Sending hugs xo Karen

Janice said...

Such a lovely stamp, beautifully coloured whatever the time of day! Your card is lovely.

Debbie said...

another beauty connie!! you sure do get a lot out of those stamps, what a beautiful nature scene!! we did yard work yesterday also, it sure was the perfect day for it!!!

Stephanie said...

Oh my, what a darling card! The little cabin reminds me of the cabin I grew up in although it was right by a running creek.

Wishing you a joyous day, my friend. Hugs!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Connie, this is a beautiful card. I love the sweet little cabin. You just know how to use your stamps to their full potential. What a talent you are.
Have a great rest of the week. xo

Leslie Miller said...

Hi, Connie! Catching up after being sick. Boy, am I behind. Love this stamp. Great for a guy or, as you say, any nature lover. It's such a peaceful scene whether sunset or mid-day. Cool leaf accent, too. It would be nice to have it as a die, wouldn't it?