Regulations were always changing, but I remember the year when blaze orange clothes were first required. Boy, did my dad have a tough time with that! I remember him calling to find out what percentage of the clothing needed to be blaze orange. Ah, he lived for that stuff. Soon there was a bolt of blaze orange quilted fabric next to his sewing machine in the basement.
Art Impressions came out with a great stamp set recently called "Ole Buck", and I was fortunate enough to win it as a stamp of my choice for an honorable mention prize from their last challenge. It's fantastic for a masculine card in my "neck of the woods". It lends well to camo greens and browns, but for its first stamping, I colored it for deer season in honor of my father.
I kept the background simple with a foggy frosty opening morning of deer season.
Stamps: Art Impressions Ole Buck
Dies: Lawn Fawn Tag You're It
Copics: C00,0,01,3,4, N0,2,4,6, YG91,93, Y38, YR02,04,18,27,68, R02,17,22,24,29, E0000,000,00,01,02,07,21,23,27,30,33,35,37,42,43,44,51,84,87,89
Other: VersaMark, SSS white fine detail embossing powder.
This card is going to go play in the following challenges:
CASology Week 325: Fresh - For fresh winter Wisconsin air!
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Something New - Thank you, AI, for the new stamp set!