Sunday, November 9, 2014

Paper Players color challenge


Hi everyone!

This week at The Paper Players, Sandy has a color challenge for us:



I love this color combo, and since it screams Christmas.... I went right along with it. It gave me another chance to use my cute little Impression Obsession Christmas Icon dies.

This time I used the bell, gingerbread man, and the ornament. I have them hanging from the Memory Box Pine Needle border. The sentiment is stamped in cherry cobbler from SU's Seasonal Sayings.

If you want to play along.....head on over to The Paper Players and join in the fun!



Paper: SU cherry cobbler, vanilla, mossy meadow, and patterned paper
Ink: SU cherry cobbler
Stamps: SU Seasonal sayings
Dies: Impression Obsession Christmas icons, MB pine needle border, lil inker stitched rectangles 
Other: string



11 comments:

Christine Blain said...

Laurie, this is gorgeous! Love those sweet little die-cut shapes, and they look so cute hanging from the bough.

!neke said...

Like this card very much !
Great sentiment !
greetings from the Netherlands
!neke

Andrea W said...

Such a pretty card Laurie! I love the gingham frame around your focal area and your die cuts are awesome.

Bonnie said...

Love these little die cuts hanging from the pine branches! Love that checked paper too!

LeAnne said...

You KNOW I had to go to the IO site and put these dies in my shopping basket, right? They are so stinkin' cute! Love what you did with them and the "branches"!!!

Becca Cruger said...

Really lovely! Such cute little dies.

Claire Creates Cards said...

The gingham DSP is fabulous with your sentiment and those little die cuts are adorable! XX

Marika (MeandMinimecrafting) said...

I love this! It's like peeking in between the branches of a Christmas tree... Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog!

stampwithsandy said...

Love the country Christmas feel of this card, from the delicate gingham frame to the cute gingerbread man and ornaments!

Joanne James said...

Apologies for my late visit this week Laurie. You are the queen of dies - I LOVE those cute little shapes strung across the tree. The sentiment looks great below it too. Fab card!

http://acraftynutter.blogspot.co.uk/ said...

I NEED this pine needle border ;)
Love how you've used it making a really pretty fun card!