Sunday, September 30, 2012

Paper Players 115

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Hi everyone!  It’s Sunday, and it’s Anne Marie’s turn to be our hostess at the Paper Players!  She has a Tic Tac Toe challenge for us today:

I had just seen a lovely gray and yellow purse in church last week, so I was excited to see one of the columns featured just that color combo!  I was also excited to use some chipboard I had been hoarding!!  Here ya go:

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The sentiment is from PTI; the panel is stamped with Established Elegance in Basic Gray ink; all papers are from MME.   The sketch is from Try Stampin’ on Tuesday:

I just love this little embellishment!  And of course, I had to make a shabby bow!  I used white seam binding dyed with So Saffron, River Rock, Crumb Cake and More Mustard inks!

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I sure hope that you will play along with the Paper Players this week….this is a fun challenge with lots of possibilities….and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!

And finally, I took Cassidy to my SIL’s house to see my niece’s newborn and her two-year-old, Trent.  Tricia let Cassidy get up close and personal, showing her Chaz’s little toes, which both toddlers just thought was hysterical!

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I don’t think Chaz was too impressed, though!  Thanks for visiting today!

22 comments:

  1. Oh LeAnne, I LOVE your card! I tried hard to find some yellow/grey paper and must have missed that MME pack. The colours are lovely together and that chipboard is awesome!!! Wow!

    What sweet pictures of the kids! Love newborn babies...hehe!!

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  2. beautiful card! Love the bow on this one along with that chipboard element. I see why you were hoarding it.

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  3. Gorgeous what you did with the seam binding! Did you make up the combo yourself? Is that the copper glitter paper? Did the chipboard embelly come that way? You have such an eye for putting pieces together -- the wallpaper motif in the first layer (I know there's a word for it but I can't think of it so I'm writing two sentences instead of one word!), then the basically gingham print and then stripes! Stunning LeAnne!
    And of course I love seeing Cassidy - your picture reminds me of the awe with which small children approach babies - it's something I'm afraid we take for granted sometimes!

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  4. So sweet to see the little ones with the baby. Baby feet make me giggle too.
    Really cool card. Love how you got your color inspiration from a purse you saw at church. Don't you call it a pocketbook? LOL

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  5. Fabulous card! My goodness, there is so much wonderful-ness there that I won't even try to describe it all!! And the pictures of the little ones -- how much fun was that!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Totally gorgeous, love the scrunched up ribbon, such a great idea (thanks). Those little ones are just too fun to see ~ the giggling made me smile :) Hugs, Emma xx

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  7. Oooo, a perfect yellow & grey card! So pretty; great chipboard embellie :)

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  8. Ooh how sweet !!
    Thank for shearing your ribbon with us , got to try it soon , your always look BEAUITIFUL !!
    Have a nice day !!!

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  9. Ooooh, what a shabby-fabby bow! Love all the rich tones in the color of it and your collage stamping on the dp is fabulous--as always! Love it!

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  10. Well of course I love the card! Any card with seam binding is good place to start! However, the pics of the kids cracked me up! The last one with Chaz just kickin' back while Tent and Cassidy get a good laugh about his tiny feet and toes...what a great moment to catch!

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  11. What a wonderfully beautiful card! I love it. So vintage!! Thanks so much for joining us over at Try Stampin' On Tuesday. The sketch worked perfect! I would love to see your creativity again!
    Hugs, Sarah T

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  12. This is absolutely gorgeous!!! LOVe the vintage feel and your colors are marvelous! Thanks for joining us at TSOT! :)

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  13. Oh LeAnne, this is divine! Love the the stamped printed paper, the sweet sentiment panel & that gorgeous, richly coloured, shabby bow. :)

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  14. Great job. Very vintage and love the colour combination. Thanks for joining us this week at Try Stampin on Tuesday.

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  15. Love this card! The colors are beautiful and the ribbon is gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with the TSOT sketch challenges.

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  16. Love it, love it, love it! The yellow works so well with the gray here. Be-u-tee-ful!

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  17. Your card is stunning! I love all the texture. Thanks for playing at Try Stampin'.

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  18. Absolutely stunning, LeAnne! I love how you stamped on the designer paper! The ribbon is the perfect accent!

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  19. Wow, wow, WOW!!! Love the scrunchy bow, the way your used the colors and the shabby-licious-ness of your card, LeAnne! Love every single element you added! Have a great day! :)

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  20. LeAnne, this card is absolutely stunning!! Love the stamped panel on the woodgrain paper, and the deyd seam binding ribbon looks amazing!

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  21. Beautiful LeAnne, love everything about this card, perfect. Love the verse Proverbs 16:3

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  22. Wow I almost missed this beauty in the craziness of my life these past two weeks! All that stamping stamping stamping - gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!

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