Practicing Creativity

Quick Thanksgiving card with digital turkey stamp

For some reason, I had it in mind Thanksgiving was the 20th of November, not the 27th. I wanted to get some cards off in the mail and needed to make them quick or they'd be late (or so I thought). Actually, since postage to the States is never a sure thing, they might still be late, but at least I will have done my best.

I decided to use this Templeton Turkey digital stamp from Sweet 'n Sassy stamps as my focal point and keep everything else simple—for easier, faster, less expensive mailing. Lots of embellishments look great, but they're not what you'd call post office friendly. I used Yummy Lollipop font for my sentiment and shaped it around the stamp.

Supply List
Paper—cardstock, can't-tell-the-name-patterned paper
Digital stamp—Sweet 'n Sassy Templeton Turkey
Color—Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 pencils
Embellishments—ribbon, pearls
Font—Yummy Lollipop


  1. Cute turkey image and phenomenal coloring!

  2. This is super cute AND postage-friendly!


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