November 28, 2013

Calendar Girls - November

What would a November challenge be without Thanksgiving as the theme?! 

The Calendar Girls from SCS are puttin' out the Thanksgiving themed cards this round.   Be sure to stop by their blogs and take a peek.  I am sure that there will be some amazing always!  Their blog links are on the right sidebar.

I do not have many Thanksgiving stamps.  Like not even a turkey!  LOL   I went to my image files and found a turkey - for reals!   Since the image is from an image swap, I am unsure the company to give credit to.  He's a nice turkey though!

We were asked by our hostess Terry to share a story, or good or bad meal that we have had at a past Thanksgiving.  I have to say I so miss my Grandma's cooking.  She was an amazing cook.  Never did we have a bad meal.  Oh, and the apple pie....  gosh, I am hungry right now!!!!  Every Thanksgiving was one to remember.

Here is my card for our posting.  I hope that you all have a great Thanksgiving holiday.



Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Tami, your card is STUNNING! I love the clean style... everything placed perfectly! And what a gorgeous image! Very detailed and realistic.

Grandma's are wonderful, aren't they? I miss mine, too. I am so glad you shared the memory of your grandma's delicious apple pie. Take a big whiff, you just might even be able to conjure up a smell of it coming from her heavenly home.

Sharon Madson said...

I agree with Jeanette, your card is stunning! I wanted to stop by and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! :)

MiamiKel said...

Fantastic card, Tami!! What a delightful image, whatever image it may be! You've colored him up splendidly!

Happy Thanksgiving from our house to yours! <3

Barb said...

Tami--this is an awesome card--and a great image too! I love the background papers too!

Melissa T said...

Lovely card, so well balanced. I really like the papers too. Happy Thanksgiving!

Darlene said...

Great card, Tami!! Love your rich Fall colors and that turkey is beautiful. My grandmother was a fantastic cook, and she made her living by cooking for people. I can totally relate to "never a bad meal"!


dweatter said...

Beautiful card. Love those rich colors you used.