Paper Therapy-January 10 2011

Hello all!!  Welcome to our  fourteenth 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 thirteen have been SUPER fun and we'd love to have you join us!

  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 was a sketch challenge based on the following sketch. I have a ton of new goodies that were Christmas gifts that I was excited to use in this week's challenge.



A fun little YoYo flower embellie adhere to a cork circle

Yummy sparkle ribbon, music note stamp and baker's twine

Now it's your turn! Make sure to post your card or layout to the message board by midnight on Saturday, January 15th at noon. I hope that you play along with us this week at  Paper Therapy 

MATERIALS:
"Always Remember to Dream"
Cardstock: (Kraft) PTI
Patterned Paper: (Bouquet and Wallpaper from Scarlett collection) Glitz Designs.
Clear Stamps: (Music notes) Glitz Designs
Pigment Ink: (Black) Tsukineko
Fibers: (Black sparkle ribbon, black and white baker's twine) May Arts.
Accents: (Sentiment Sticker from Scarlett collection) Glitz Designs. (Clear Doily) Maya Road. (Cork circle dies) Pink Paislee. (Green button) Basic Grey.
Other: (Fabric) Joann's.


5 comments:

  1. Beautiful. I love all of the different textures and the twine.

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  2. I love your card this week...I love them every week, but this one is fabulous! The textures are so great and I love that yo yo flower. Great job!!

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  3. This card is gorgeous! I love the little yo yo flower!

    Stacey
    staceyscreativecorner.blogspot.com

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  4. I agree with the others. All the different textures you have going on here are wonderful - the doily, the cork, the twine, the yoyo flower. I love the sentiment too.

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  5. This is one of my favorites of yours Emily!!! There is so much going on, it makes it soooo interesting! The color scheme is just perfect, and I just love how you treated the sketch. Beautiful :)

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