Monday, September 29, 2014

Walnut Hollow & Quietfire Design - Tabletop Sign - Thankful


Hello!!!  I'm Wanda and welcome to Day 1 of the Walnut Hollow & Quietfire Design 2014 Blog Hop!!!!!!!!  We’re pleased you’re joining us and know you’ll find lots of creative inspiration for combining Quietfire stamps on the beautiful Walnut Hollow wood products. 



I am using Walnut Hollow's tabletop sign, narrow (item #40189) 


and one of the stamps from Quietfire Design's set Give Thanks - set of 2 stamps mounted.


With Autumn upon us I had soooooooo much fun putting this little scene together.  I started with a brick stencil and Ranger's Archival Inks (russet/sienna & watering can) applying the ink through the stencil with a mini ink blending tool on the tall part of the sign.  I then added russet on the ledge and all the edges.  Oh, I should mention that I did do just a little bit of sanding first on the front of the ledge area and on some of the edges and corners.

The sentiment is stamped onto white cardstock with jet black Archival Ink and cut out with Spellbinders lacy squares.  This is layered onto a another piece of white cardstock cut with Spellbinders fleur de lis squares, embossed with an embossing folder, and colored with Distress Ink mowed lawn.  I also rubbed a little bit of white fire Treasure Gold on the edges of both panels.  They are attached both together and onto the sign with foam mounting tape.  

All the foliage and butterflies are die cut (a variety of different Tim Holtz dies) from either manila cardstock or gungepaper and colored with Distress products (inks, stains, markers).  Any stamping on the foliage is done with Archival inks.  The speckling on the foliage is done using markers and a spritzer tool.  The bird is from my stash.











There is a fabulous prize to be won!!!!!


To be eligible for our grand prize, your work is simple:  Please leave a comment on each of our blog posts, nine here on the Quietfire Creations blog and five on the Walnut Hollow blog hop posts here: http://walnuthollowcrafts.wordpress.com/   So that will be 14 comments in total on two different blogs from September 29, 2014 to October 3, 2014!  The winner must be a resident of North America. 
We will draw the prize on Monday October 6th, 2014 and the winner will be announced shortly after in a separate blog post. We look forward to seeing your comments!  Tell your friends!


54 comments:

  1. I think this is super cute! I love the garden look. I think that would look great on a shelf or table.

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  2. This is lovely! Perfect for a friend's November birthday!

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  3. Wonderful project. I hope you'll make another for each of the remaining three seasons!

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  4. Oh my goodness! This is a glorious scene!!! I love all the little details that make this such a spectacular work of art!! I am definitely going to need to get the goodies to make one of these for my husband using deer scenery. Thank you so much for the wonderful inspiration! He is so hard to make things for because he doesn't like lots of "stuff" but I know he will LOVE one of these!! Thanks again for the inspiration!

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  5. Wanda, You have outdone yourself with this piece. It would be perfect on a mantle for the fall holidays.

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  6. Gorgeous. Love all the little details and color scheme is fabulous. Have a great day

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  7. Wanda, I LOVE all this yummy fall color! This is just beautiful and so much detail! This would make a great center piece or on buffet for the holidays! Love it! Blessings! :)

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  8. How do you come up with these awesome ideas?!? I just love this.

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  9. This is just so beautiful!! Love the subtle color shadings on the leaves and the sweet little chickadee!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  10. So thankful for all the inspiration you share with me Wanda! lovely setting for the quote, and of course i love the bird- and the flowers - and everything!

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  11. Wow this is gorgeous! I especially like the stenciling and the beautiful sentiment! Wonderful inspiration :)

    Kathi

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  12. What a great idea for the holidays.

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  13. What a fabulous idea! Very inspiring!

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  14. This is GORGEOUS! From the colors to the stamp....I love it all!

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  15. this is lovely and what wonderful tabletop décor it is. Your color work on the leaves is gorgeous and so perfect for this time of year.

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  16. Such a sweet little scene! Love the cute bird and the autumn colours.

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  17. this is beautiful. My dining room table has an end that is close to the wall. I usually keep the decoration at that end. this shelf would look great on the table. I love the bird and the flowers.
    Wonderful project.
    thanks for sharing.

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  18. Beautiful Thanksgiving Décor! We love what you created using our Tabletop Sign

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  19. A wonderful piece, love the sentiment and all the elements, Thanks for the inspiration.

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  20. Such a beautiful project, love it all.

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  21. What a gorgeous focal point for any table top--wonderful piece!

    :)

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  22. Wow! This is gorgeous Wanda! love all your delicious die-cut greenery and that bird is just adorable.

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  23. The sign with the flowers and leaves, and lettered sentiment, is so beautiful, but that chubby little bird steals the show!

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  24. Great idea! Love how you did the leaves!

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  25. Wonderful verse and I like the decorations--esp the bird.

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  26. How so lovely for the table for Fall decorations. Love the brick background and the beautiful flowers and bird. Beautiful stamp saying.

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  27. very awesome Wanda!! just beautiful, love all the projects this week!!

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  28. Wanda, your projects makes me simly happy! Love it, it's gorgeous!

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  29. What a beautiful way to remember to not grumble nor complain, but to recognize the gifts we are given each and every day! I love nature... so it's particularly a meaningful display. What a wonderful job!

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  30. This is a wonderful fall tabletop plaque. I could find so many places to put it!

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  31. What a great idea! I too have many flowers and leaves in my collection, and I never thought of creating a garden like this. Thanks for the inspiration! And that little bird is adorable!

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  32. What a beautiful and creative way to give thanks! I just love this! Will have to get one of these wooden platforms!

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  33. Great sign! Love the various leaves and the addition of the bird.

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  34. Love it, just wish I have a mantel to put it on.

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  35. What a homey-comfortabe-meaningful piece. It would be great on a mantel or any narrow shelf. It would make a great hostess gift if you were going to stay with someone for several days.

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  36. Fabulous sign, loved the details!

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  37. Wow, Wanda, your table top design is so beautiful and detailed! I absolutely love nature themes and yours ROCKS!

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  38. Very creative, and just in time for Thanksgiving :) I love the leaves, and of course those beautiful Quietfire sentiments. :)

    Mickey Drake ( drakemickey@yahoo.ca )

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  39. So realistic looking and great to display the entire fall season

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  40. Wanda
    This is absolutely beautiful!
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  41. Great sentiment! Cute bird! Follower from Tamworth

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  42. The sentiment is perfect for this little beautiful little scene. You are very talented!

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  43. Just darling! I love the colors of green blending with the autumnal colors of fall as the season begins to unfold.

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  44. Love this! The little bird is so cute!

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  45. Wanda, what a beautiful project.

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