The Paper Players – PP417 – A Theme Challenge from Claire

The Paper Players – PP417 – A Theme Challenge from Claire

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We have a Theme Challenge over at The Paper Players.  This week, our challenge host, Claire, is asking us to create cards using the theme “Let Us Give Thanks“.  Halloween is over; I hope everyone had fun! Now we are onto Thanksgiving cards.  I created a one-layer cards with a gold embossed sentiment and copic-colored image.  Yes, I know that you see the card is layered.  I hate it when Copics bleed through to the back on a one-layer card.  So I had to die cut a panel and remount on a “clean” card base.

Supplies: Stamping Bella Hedgie and Foxie, Neat & Tangled Be Full, Memory Box Cross-Stitched Rectangles, Versamark, Versafine Clair, Hero Arts embossing powder, Copics

The Paper Players Design Team. Reach out, get inspired and leave them some love.

The simple rules:

  1. Create a new paper project.
  2. Upload your project to your blog with a link back to The Paper Players.
  3. Provide a direct link to your blog post for your challenge entry.
  4. Please link your card to no more than FOUR challenges (including ours).
  5. HAVE FUN!

Thank you for playing along with the Paper Players! I can’t wait to see your creations… and again HAVE FUN.

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7 comments

  1. Claire Broadwater says:

    Elizabeth, I love all your little critters and and lovely sentiment! Great minds thought a like this week, My Friend! Fabulous coloring, too! Have a great weekend and thanks for making my challenge shine! XX

  2. sandym says:

    Eliz, I can’t believe that the images and sentiment come from two different companies because they are just perfect together! So cute, and so wonderful for this challenge!

  3. Jan Clothier says:

    So pretty, Elizabeth. I think the fluttering leaves are my favourite part. They’re pretty by themselves as you’ve coloured them so beautifully but then they lead your eye down the sentiment and onto the cute critters.

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