Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Try Stampin On Tuesday Sketch # 44 & The Paper Players

Sheese not the best photo sorry! I will try and get a better one tomorrow when there is some sunlight! Well this is the latest I have ever left myself to do the sketch! I only started it at 8pm tonight! OMG never again! Mind you it was super easy to whip up! I teamed the Try Stampin sketch with The Papers Players! Ok I have added new photos! That's looks way better! You can see I have popped out the circles to give my card some dimension! Hope you like it;-)

Click here to take you to the Try Stampin Sketch!

Click here to take you to The Paper Players Challenge;-)

Hope you get the time to play along with both challenges! If not stop by and check out the DT creations and all the beautiful cards!

Supplies: Card: early espresso, and whisper white. DSP: Crumb cake. Stamps: Tiny tags. Other stuff: Jewelry tag punch, 1 1/4" circle Punch, ornament punch, timeless type Junior alphabet, pool party brads, early espresso 3/8" taffeta ribbon.

Thanks for stopping by;-)

Tracey xx


inkedx2 said...

Love your card!

Nance Leedy said...

Hi Tracy! I love these colors together and how clever of you to use the Spice Cake paper for a Christmas card! Beautiful! Love the way you've popped out the letters too. Thank you for playing my holiday hoopla challenge at The Paper Players!

Ann Schach said...

Oh my gosh! Spice Cake works perfectly on this card! I love the layout! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

Anne Marie Hile said...

Ooooh Tracey, this is so pretty! Love how you cut the letters out of the DSP. Looks great with the sketch and the soft color combo. Very pretty! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

Tara Bilbao said...

Tracy - I love these colors for a Non-trad holiday card. Beautiful use of the DSP and great layout. Thank you for playing along with The Paper Players this week!

Lesley said...

Great idea to use the Spice Cake Paper with the challenge, the layout it cool too. Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players.


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