Sunday, October 31, 2010

Paper Players #22

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Hi everyone!  This week at the Paper Players, the challenge is “Anything Goes”!  Do anything you like!  Woohoo!  This will be my last challenge at the Paper Players, as I am stepping down from my commitment for a little while.  I still plan on participating occasionally, but I am going to spend some quality time with my family and stamp for fun!  And that’s what this project was….it was so easy, I literally put this together about fifteen minutes before we had some company earlier this week.  Check it out:

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I found this tall glass container at a yard sale for $.50; the rub-ons were from last year’s Autumn Harvest collection, and the pine cones are from my yard!  I added another row of rub-ons on the back:

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and a big striped ribbon tied simply at the top.  It made a nice quick centerpiece for my table!  I think it would look equally as nice filled with some mini pumpkins, some autumn potpourri or some berries.   What would you put inside?  I’d love to hear your suggestions!

I hope you will find time to play along at the Paper Players blog……be sure to check out what the other designers have come up with!  Have a blessed day!

10 comments:

  1. LeAnne this is Simple elegant and GORGEOUS and has inspired me to make one for my newly decorated dining room. THNAK YOU for the egads!!!!! inspiration...hugs~Donna

    ps I have your note tucked in my heart to respond to you soon!

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  2. This is beautiful. So elegant! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. love this LeAnne ~ I've got a larger one and have embellished it with Christmas decorations, it looks amazing as well ~ love the fall version on this, I'll have to give that a try as well ~ have a blessed Sunday :D

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  4. LeAnne, this is so classy and elegant! I love it! I wish that I still had some of these rub-ons now that you have inspired me!

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  5. I love this centerpiece idea LeAnne, I need something for our table. You've inspired me to check out the rub ons! Have a good break, I look forward to seeing you back on the team soon...
    Hugs!
    Lesley

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  6. Whoa! This is fabulous!! No matter where you put it, it'll look great

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  7. Gorgeous, LeAnne! So elegant and I love those white rub-ons. Would look pretty at Christmas filled with glass ornaments too! We'll miss you at the Players!

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  8. Great idea!!! Thanks for sharing, LeAnne!

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  9. Alright, now I need to buy rub-ons! See what you did?

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  10. What a perfect fall/Thankgsiving decoration. It would also look nice with a small set of batter-powered little twinkle lights in there.

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