Paper Therapy-November 15 2010

Hello all!! Welcome to our seventh challenge at  Paper Therapy.  Paper Therapy is an online forum for scrapbookers and card makers to share their work, meet new friends, learn new tips and techniques and have fun!! I hope you can join us every week in our challenges! The previous six have been SUPER fun and were seeing some really incredible designs!

  Here's how it works. Every monday a new challenge will be posted in the forum. You upload your design   and have the chance to win the weekly challenge. A fabulous prize and winner blinkie will be awarded the first challenge winner of every month, and then subsequent challenge winners will win an awesome blinkie to share with the whole world, showing them that you rocked the  Paper Therapy challenge.

  This week's challenge is to create to a Thank You Card or What I am Thankful layout. I chose to make a Thank you card.


  The flowers are made from two techniques: making yo-yo flowers and from gathering ribbon. 
To gather ribbon into a flower, first cut a length of ribbon to desired length. Straight stitch one edge, pull the thread until it ruffles and pull into a circle. To make Yo-Yo flowers, cut a circle of fabric, straight stitch the outer edge of the circle and gather into a circle in the center. You can stitch a button on top of the Yo-Yo flower.

  Now is your turn! Make sure to post your card or layout to the message board by midnight on Friday, November 18th. I hope that you play along with us this week at  Paper Therapy 

MATERIALS:
"For a Gracious Hostess" Card
Cardstock: (Lemon) Bazzill Paper.
Patterned Paper: (Grape Twilight from Shabby Chic collection) Prima
Clear Stamp: ( Flourish) 7 Gypsies. (Sentiment from Mixed Message set) Papertrey Ink.
Chalk Ink: (Petal Pink) Tsukineko. (Creamy Brown) Clearsnap.
Dye Ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko.
Accents: (pink and melon buttons) Papertrey Ink. (Blue button) Basic Grey. (Rose button) Joann’s.
(White pearls) Recollections.
Fibers: (Cabbage Rose ribbon) Creative Impressions. (Cream, yellow twill) Michael’s.
Other: (Border Edge Trimmer) Martha Stewart Crafts. (Doily) Wilton. (Vintage Fabric) Joann’s

5 comments:

  1. Your handmade flowers are wonderful! I love the pearls too. You definitely know how to rock a vintage look!

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  2. Such a pretty card Emily! I'm so impressed with all your handmade flowers! I don't think I have patience to do that, haha! Great layout

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  3. I love how elegant your cards are. The handmade flowers are a great touch! Great job!

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  4. This is so stunning! All the details are just gorgeous!

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  5. You never cease to amaze me! This card is so beautiful and those flowers are so great! I can't wait to try my hand at it....thanks for sharing!

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