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Sunday, November 1, 2020

PP515 Turkey Time

Happy Sunday, everyone! Happy NOVEMBER!  Time for a new Paper Players challenge; this week Laurie is our hostess with a fun seasonal theme:

This one gave me a giggle, so I went literal and found an older SU turkey stamp, so here we go:



I used the sketch from The Spot:

and I just gathered up some fall-colored leftover pieces of patterned paper to create my layout.  I stamped Mr Turkey in Soft Suede and added the sentiment (same set) in Cherry Cobbler, and it all went on a Bumblebee card base.  I did use Faux Suede Early Espresso ribbon as well as the current Banner Year for the little embellishments and the inside sentiment:



So, how will you be inspired by our prompt this week?  It doesn't have to have a turkey on it, but use your imagination!  We can't wait to see what you create!  And be sure to drop by the Paper Players blog to get some inspiration from the talented Design Team!  Thanks for popping in!


I imagine this is some video game character....at any rate, it looks rather scary!  Not like the homemade Halloween costumes of my day, LOL!  Enjoy your day and be blessed!




15 comments:

Kampin' Karen said...

Yes, very scary costume, but not a scary card!

Linda Callahan said...

A pretty patchwork of color for Thanksgiving! Abd I am clueless about these new characters....Emma waa Rena Rouge whoever that is!

Bonnie said...

Wow, you have me at gingham, plaid and poke-a-dots, LeAnne! That's a handsome turkey too! Scary costume! I wouldn't want to bump into that on a dark street! LOL, hope she got lots of treats!

Lorraine said...

I love those beautiful fall colors! A perfect background for that turkey. That sure is some mask - you never know what your going to see on Halloween.

laurie said...

Awesome card! Love the papers you chose and your cute turkey. No trick or treaters for us..but we do live out in the country a ways. Fun costume!

Brent Scheffer said...

The distinctive panels highly accent the turkey medallion. Superb!

Lisa Elton said...

What a sweet mix of patterns, this is cute Leanne! Yes... that's a scary mask! Good to know there's something cute under it ;)

Allisa said...

Super cute, your turkey stamp was the perfect choice!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Love your mix of patterned papers LeAnne, the perfect frame for your turkey centrepiece! The perfect thanksgiving turkey card.

Claire Broadwater said...

LeAnne, I love your mix of patterns and the layout of this patchwork card! There is always time for turkey! Thanksgiving is a favorite day of mine! Love the little brown ribbon, too!

Stef Perry said...

Your mix of dsp patterns is wonderful LeAnne and a perfect backdrop for that handsome turkey! Love the acorns and leaf as added elements too! And your trick or treater certainly was amazing and scary all at once LOL!

Stamps-N-Lingers said...

Love your "scraps" - they work perfectly together for this sweet and simple card! Great job - TFS! :)

Ann Schach said...

What a wonderful mix of patterns and colors, LeAnne! I LOVE the turkey sentiment! Such great little accent images! And that costume...the things nightmares are made from!!! lol

Anne Marie Hile said...

Love the mix of colors and patterns, LeAnne! That turkey is the perfect finishing touch, too. Costumes have definitely "leveled-up" since I was a kiddo. That was a shameless attempt at a video game reference. LOL!

Jaydee said...

LeAnne, I love the mix of patterns and what a great take on the sketch. The turkey stamp is perfect for the challenge and just pops off those gorgeous papers.

Uh... yeah! definitely upped the halloween costumes!
hugs
jaydee