Monday, November 15, 2021

A Tiny Craft November ATC challenge - We Remember

 Hello and welcome!
Time for the new challenge to start at
This month's theme is We Remember.
Think Remembrance day/Veteran's Day/the color red/poppies/military, etc.
You can make an ATC card or coin.
Here's what I came up with:


I lucked out as I had these poppies already stamped. They were
leftovers from another project I made a couple months ago.
I printed out the sentiment and matted it in the same
blue card stock I used as the base.

I hope that you'll join our We Remember challenge at
Need more ideas? Just check out what my teammies, and our
guest designer, Laura-Lee, created for this challenge.
Thanks for visiting! Have a great day!



I'd like to enter this at ATC's mit Herz challenge #110 - ATG



Supplies:
Stamps: Sunny Studio - Poppy Fields
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Photo Scraps custom paper
CS: Neenah; Bazzill
Accessories: MISTI; computer and printer
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; 3D foam squares; Ringer - MMM





6 comments:

Donna said...

WOW, those poppies are just gorgeous...and the blue gingham - TOTALLY puts me in mind of Dorothy's dress as she made her way through the poppy field....so awesome sistah

Barbara Godden said...

Gorgeous poppies, beautiful colouring and a fabulously designed ATC. (Donna's comment got me thinking of that movie, used to love watching it)

Crafting Queen said...

Beautiful ATC, love it. Thanks for joining ATCs mit Herz. Anesha

Helen said...

Stunning ATC Chris! Love the blue checks behind those gorgeous poppies!! Thanks for joining us at ATC with Heart! Thanks for joining us at ATC with Heart ((HUGS)) Helen

Lindsey said...

This is terrific! I love the poppies against the gingham background.

Conny said...

Wonderful ATC! Love the poppies!
Thanks for joining us at ATCs mit Herz!

Hugs,
Conny

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