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The newest Can You Digi It? challenge is is Giving Thanks. The inspiraton board is incrediably fun:


I zeroed in on that turkey as I am seriously craving one of my hubby's fried turkeys! He does such a wonderful job with them and makes at least two every Thanksgiving so I always get plenty!


I used the fun new Betty Edwards Turkey image available at Can You Digi It? I realize now that I should have colored the garnish green so it doesn't look wilted, but I am going with this anyway as the friend I am sending it too will laugh even more because of the wilted garnish. My bg is a page out of a recipe book. For those of you who are wondering what the inside says...

"It is all about the best ingredients, a good recipe,
and just the right amount of time in the heat."

Hope you are all having a wonderful week! Hugz!



Comments

  1. Outstanding idea to use that cook book page as your backdrop. The wilted greens got a laugh from me because it reminded me of a Thanksgiving at our house many years ago when that actually happened. The twine is a great add on as I pictured your turkey legs being tied with that twine. A total winner. Enjoy your week.

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  2. Fabulous card and such a great idea to use a page out of an old cookbook. I use old book pages, but didn't think about old cookbooks. Something else for me to start hoarding - I mean saving. :-P

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  3. Love how you used a page from a cook book! Great BG for this turkey image. We enjoyed ours a few weeks ago (Canadian Thanksgiving is in October) and it was yummy :)

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  4. Nancy,
    your card is absolutely wonderful! The inside sentiment is perfect! Whoever receives this awesome card will be doing a happy dance!

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  5. This is a great card, what a good idea to use a recipe page for the base - I love the sepia colour.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. Hi Nancy! Sorry I haven't stopped by to visit sooner...my mom passed away and things have been crazy. I'm now getting back info the swing of things so hopefully I won't be such a stranger. Great card...I can smell the turkey now...what time is dinner...lol!

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  7. Nancy, this is wonderful. Love the cookbook page background, creative idea!!

    Hugs
    Sue

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  8. Such a great idea for the background - too clever!! Great card and such an apt sentiment :)

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  9. Wonderful inside sentiment to go with your turkey. Your bg is perfect for this great card.

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  10. You read my mind....yes I was wondering what it said inside...lol What a great sentiment. This card is awesome for Thanksgiving. I love fried turkey too....yum. Super terrific card!

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  11. This is such an awesome card! You used this image so well! Love it! :)

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