Hey everyone! Hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful weekend. The wind is still a bit nippy but it sure beats the weather we had in Northern Alabama on Friday. We had several tornado warnings in different counties surrounding me and one here in my little town. We are fine but others weren't as lucky and I pray for them and their families.
See!! Doesn't it remind you of a Gnome's home?!!! I used this picture but I also used my gnome box that I made in my last post for inspiration too! Ok, let me get started with the details I'm down to the last day to enter so if I keep on rambling my luck the challenge will end hee hee!!
My card measures 4.25 X 5.50. I used My Mind's Eye, Complete Boy Stack for the pattern paper. The solid card stock is just out of my stash. I cut three strips of paper and used the Martha Stewart doily punch to represent my roof (each layer I added Helmar's ZapDots) I then used the window frame from the cricut cartridge Sweet Tooth Boxes (it came from the same house that I used for my gnome home in my previous post) I then paper pieced the cute little gnome pushing the wagon w/flowers PK-564 Teamwork. But before I added him I used a fiskars punch for the grass and the little white fence is a Martha Stewart punch. I used Helmar's ZapDots also on the gnome to give him and the wagon some dimension. The little red flowers are from PK-562 Gnomegrown. For the sentiment, I used My Creative Times stitched oval die and stamped it with the sentiment from PK-562 Gnomegrown. I used some twine and wrapped it underneath the sentiment. Here is a side view of the card....
For the inside, I used another piece of the pattern paper I used on the front as the background and matted it with white card stock. I used another flower from PK-562 Gnomegrown and also the sentiment which says...Gnomegrown is a grin, a giggle and a good ol belly laugh!
That's it with the details! I hope you like it! I don't mean to rush off just want to make sure I get this entered in time!! Have a wonderful day! Hugs, Leanne