Tuesday, January 8, 2008

My Favorite Things New Release----'Punny Farm'




This card uses images from 'Punny Farm',a new release from My Favorite Things that will be available on Wed. Jan 9th. There are a TON of adorable images and sentiments in this set (23!)--a horse, cow, pig, sheep, chickens, baby chicks, cat, mouse....plus a bunch of sentiments too! A LOT of fun to play with!I had this farm-scene tag-card in my mind as soon as I saw the set. I wanted to portray (somewhat) a day in the life of our adorable little farm girl....doing her chores and taking care of her lovable animals. Each of the animals are cut out and popped up on dimensionals, and the heads are trimmed and popped up on a second layer of dimensionals to give the scenes some depth. The fences are made from some leathery-textured paper found at Michael's-I just trimmed thin strips and arranged them to look like a fence you'd find in an animal pen on the farm. I used some scraps of burlap and denim from DH's old jeans to add to the 'farm' theme. All of the trees and grass were created using greenery and branch stamps from another MFT set, It's a Jungle Out There. Our little farm girl's work boots were given a little bit of sparkle with a clear Spica glitter pen (gotta have some bling while doing all of those chores!) Thanks for looking----I hope you like it! Have a great day! (Please see the individual photos for a closer look at each panel.) Last month's MFT release party was a riot--so, DON'T FORGET......My Favorite Things will be hosting a New Release Cocktail Party on Wednesday night (January 9th) from 9-11 pm EASTERN time. There will be sneak peeks, lots of fun and a chance to become MFT’s next Guest Designer. Head over to the MFT forum on Splitcoaststampers for more details!

Stamps: Punny Farm & It's a Jungle Out There-My Favorite Things.
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Naturals Ivory.
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Close to Cocoa, Ruby Red, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Bashful Blue.
Accessories: Copic markers, clear Spica glitter pen, ticket corner punch, brads, ribbon, eyelets & Crop-a-dile, HPH, brass hinges, Prima flowers, burlap & denim scraps, dimensionals, sponge daubers.

18 comments:

Kim said...

This is just a stunning work of art! I am still drooling over it!

Jen del Muro said...

Oh my word!!!! This is jaw dropping stunning!!!

Stacy said...

This is amazing. What attention to detail. You do wonderful work.

Donna said...

Pam, this is AMAZING!! wowza, what a work of heART!

Cindy said...

Unbelievable! I am at a loss for words. This is probably one of the best pieces of work I have seen done with stamps! You ROCK!

Jennifer Ofiana said...

that is totally amazing!! What a work of art! Seriously awesome!!

Molly B said...

I cant stop looking at this project. It is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing.

Elizebeth said...

Wowee! This is out of this world!

sheila said...

OMG....This is incredible. What beautiful work you do.

Stampingcaz said...

OMG your stuff is AMAZING!! WOW

Dawn said...

Today was the first time I have been to your blog. FOund it from rubyslippers. I am so glad I stopped by, your blog is very nice. YOur work is outstanding. These tags are fantastic. What a great artist you are. God Bless Dawn

Janine said...

Just happened upon your site and your work is gorgeous. I love the bow tutorial and that card made with MFT stamps is amazing.

Joan said...

You've been stamping for 1.5 years!!! I'm jumping off a bridge. I love every single thing on your blog and linking to mine ASAP!! Wow, your blossom tutorial is gorgeous also. You rock@@!

Kathy W said...

What an amazing piece of art! I really like the depth you put into this and the detail with the fabric. I just added your blog to my favorites; incredible talent here! Thanks for sharing.

Conniecrafter said...

These are just Awesome, Terrific work!

Rosella said...

Oh my goodness! This tag card is absolutely stunning!! What work of art with all the detail. Absolutely amazing!

Feenie said...

i know you have had these made for quite some time, but I just had to comment on how VERY COOL they are!!!!!!!!!!!! They're so detailed and...just...AWESOME!

Sabra said...

You write very well.