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Sunday, October 23, 2016

A Bushel and a Peck

Hello,

Welcome to this week's Paper Players post. Jaydee is our hostess with an awesome sketch challenge. I know you're going to love it and I know we're going to see some creative cards in our gallery this week.


How about some Lawn Fawn cuteness! I decided I wasn't ready to give up on making Fall themed cards quite yet, so I pulled out Lawn Fawn's Thanks A Bushel set to make a thank you card using this week's sketch.


As you can see, I stayed pretty true to Jaydee's sketch for my layout. The card base is from a pack of already cut and scored cards that are wood grain embossed. (The already cut and scored part is why my card has a side fold instead of the usual top fold.)

The image is stamped with Memento tuxedo black and colored with Copics. The zig-zag circle die is Die-namics and the large banner and the small sentiment banner are Lawn Fawn dies.

The inside images are all from the same set.



You can visit the rest of the Paper Player's here. Super cuteness awaits for you!

The Paper Players Design Team
Hannelie Bester

I hope your week is a good one. I'm off to Portland, OR for a work project for the week. Since my sister lives in Portland, I'm staying over next weekend for family time. I can't wait to see her, my niece and nephew.

Thanks for looking in,
Colleen

Supplies
Stamps:Thanks A Bushel set by Lawn Fawn
Paper: LCI Paper (card base), SU Very Vanilla and Garden Green card stock, Pebbles Woodland Forrest patterned papers
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Copics, SU Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler
Other: Lawn Fawn Stitched Banner and Small Banner dies, Die-namics Zig-zag circle die, large twine, enamel dots, the Big Shot, foam tape

9 comments:

  1. Absolutely adorable, Colleen! Love the bushel of apples and that patterned paper is fabulous. Great touch with the wood grain base and the twine. Have a wonderful family visit!!

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  2. Colleen this is adorable! I love the different color apples and the funny faces. I am not quite ready to pack up this stamp set, either!

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  3. Apple pie, apple crisp, caramel apples....that's what your cute apple card reminds me of!!!

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  4. Oooh, I love that woodgrained card first off, but those little apples just steal the show! In fact, I have a whole bowl of them sitting on my table right now...I am imagining little faces on them, LOL!

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  5. Your apple card is So sweet Colleen both inside and out - those brightly coloured smiley apples are too cute!

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  6. Colleen, this is adorable! Your little apples made me smile! I love the wood grain background! Safe travels, My Friend! ENJOY your family time! XX

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  7. Colleen, your peck of smiling apples makes me smile! I love the woodgrain background and the twine is perfect with it. Hope you enjoyed Portland - such a lovely place
    thanks for rocking my challenge this week
    hugs
    jaydee

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  8. Colleen supe cute I just love this stamp set and the pattern paper is perfect...........

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