These cards remind me of the summer in Quebec and bringing in the hay on my uncle's farm. I've never been to the Canadian prairies, where Amy lives. I would imagine that these farm scenes are fairly common. I have had friends cycle across Canada and tell me that they spent endless days on the prairies watching the wheat fields s-l-o-w-l-y pass by as they rode on.
This first card is a cheery scene with our friendly Cow stamp. I love how she added the tiny daisy to the grassy stems. The cow looks like she is enjoying herself immensely in this field of flowers. Amy used a white gel pen on the color the cow so she stands out more on the green band card. I must try that!
This next card is so bright and fun. I really like her choice of colors - looks like August to me! I like how she paired the Marvy mega & giga scallop oval punches.
This last card in Amy's farm series shows what a careful stamper she is. The hay wagon and the tractor are actually two separate stamps but you would never know by her expert stamping. I love how she stamped them on one of our papaya ric rag tags... the road is gold (paved in golden wheat, of course!)
Amy is busy choosing a prize for one lucky person that comments here at the A Muse News blog on her card creations. I can't wait to see what she chooses. To qualify, you may post comments on any post that includes one or more of Amy's cards.
Make hay, everyone!