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Sunday, May 23, 2021

PP542 Biggest Wish Sketch from Jaydee

Hello peeps!  We spent the last few days with family; John's stepdad's funeral was on Thursday; the service was at a small country church in the tiny crossroads town of Niantic, PA.  The cemetery overlooks farm land and it was a beautiful day to honor him. But we're home now and back to semi-normal, just in time for a new Paper Players challenge with a sketch from the amazing Jaydee:

 

This is my FAVORITE sketch, but Jaydee turned it upside down, so it was even more fun!  These fun leaves from the Pansy Petals DSP caught my eye, especially since the opposite side was GINGHAM!!  I stamped a sentiment from Biggest Wish directly on the gingham in Evening Evergreen, then added a diecut  scalloped rectangle and some matching leaves:


I love how well these leaves coordinate with the DSP!  It all went on an Evening Evergreen card base and I added a white mat on the inside for correspondence!  Easy and striking!


Like I said, this is my favorite sketch and you can use any number of sentiments, papers, images, you name it, to create an awesome card!  Be sure to stop by the Paper Players blog to see what the other designers created with it....once you get some inspiration, share yours with us too!  Can't wait to see what you create!  Thanks for popping in today!

We have had some amazing weather here in SE PA, although I do think our gardens could use a bit of rain!  Wayne and Cassidy did some after-dinner fishing at a local county park recently, while Dana took a nice long walk:

And fishing is always better when you actually catch one!


Enjoy your day and be blessed!



Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Biggest Wish
Card stock & Papers     Basic White, Soft Seafoam, Soft Succulent, Evening Evergreen, Pansy Petals DSP
 Ink Evening Evergreen
Accessories Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched So Sweetly Dies, Stitched Leaves Dies, Stamparatus

13 comments:

I Card Everyone said...

Really lovely, LeAnne... fabulous dsp, and well GINGHAM!
=]
ps we had our first night of fishing last night, too! better yet lots of catching!

Carol L said...

That's some very pretty dsp (both sides) and it made a great card with the sketch design! Sorry for your loss, but happy for Cassidy catching a fish too! Enjoy your weekend!

Anne Marie Hile said...

Such a pretty card, LeAnne! I love the soft greens and the mix of patterned papers. You can never go wrong with gingham either, at least that's what I always say. Haha! So sorry for your family's loss and I'm glad you made it home and are things are getting back to normal for you. Big hugs!

Lisa Elton said...

That gingham, love it! This is wonderful, Leanne! I think Miss C and Miss P would be fast friends, P love to fish!

laurie said...

So pretty! love all the leaves and the gingham. Looks like the fishing was a fun time!

Ann Schach said...

A simple but striking card, LeAnne! I am so sorry to hear of your loss. It sounds like a beautiful resting place. Hugs to you and your family...

Amanda Mertz said...

Perfect pairing of papers! I love those greens together and the stitched leaves are a perfect match to the DSP! Have a great week!

Nancy said...

First of all so sorry for your loss, sounds like a lovely quaint service in a pretty setting. As for your card...it is pretty too. Love the color combo and bold greeting. Take care!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

I'm loving all the greens and the gingham in three colourways is definitely a highlight of this DSP pack! A great spot on the die co-ordination too - I did not see that and those stitched leaves make for a great focal point. Gorgeous!

Ida said...

Nice card. I like that the leaves match the dp. - The fishing looks fun.

Debbie Crowley said...

LeAnne, this is such a pretty card. I love the greens, not to mention the pretty Gingham! The stitched leaves add a perfect pop. Hope you're enjoying your week.

Claire Broadwater said...

I am so very sorry for your family's loss! it is so difficult to say good bye to our loved ones!
Your card is lovely! I love the soft green and the mix of patterns. Those leaves are so pretty!
Looks like Cassidy had fun fishing, too!
Enjoy this long holiday weekend, My Friend!

Jaydee said...

LeAnne, saying goodbye is always hard. Your description of where John's stepdad is resting made me feel as though I could see it. It sounds like such a peaceful and serene place. So sorry for your loss.

As for your card... I love the forest green colors and the leaves with the gingham are just perfect. Wonderful take on the sketch.
Hugs
Jaydee