Monday, September 7, 2009

Moxie Fab Challenge ~ Stamping, Post 6

Last card!! Thanks for hanging in there :) This is the last challenge and the one that made me want to enter the challenges. There are 4 Papertrey stamp sets up for grabs :) The only requirement was to have some stamping on your card. You can't tell from the photo, but the red spots on the patterned paper are made from felt or velvet...feels great! I hope you have enjoyed an early trip down Christmas lane... have a great week :) Think of me :)


What's in it?
Stamps: PTI polka dot basics; SU Warm Words
Paper: SU kraft, red; Doodlebug designs dp
Ink: SU choc chip; versamark
Accessories: SU scallop and corner rounder punches; grosgrain (Michaels); Autumn Leaves button, twine, nestabilities labels 4

9 comments:

Laural-Lee said...

Like the layout and the versamark on the kraft. Very cheerful and "merry".

TannyP said...

Gorgeous, Maureen!! The dimension really brings the sweet paper to the forefront!

Winter said...

So pretty! I love the polka dots and I bet that paper feels great! :)

Kelley Eubanks said...

Ohhh! I love this card! So pretty! I love the polka dots and the paper is gorgeous! Thanks for visiting me and leaving me some love! :)

Heather P. said...

This is gorgeous! Love the polka dots, the curved corners, the fuzzy dots, everything! :)

chercroppin said...

Absolutely Fabulous Maureen! I love the layout, the colors and that sentiment!

Am not sure how I missed all your other creations (below), but they are all just as GORGEOUS!

Your creations always inspire me!

Purple D said...

The Moxi Fab World bug got you too! :-) The same here :-)

What a darling card! I love the DP!

Marisa said...

You've been a very busy lady!! Way to go on the challenges. Lovely set of cards. Think my fave is the Clean and Graphic one.

Hope your first day at school went well and there isn't too much adjusting of classes/kids. Our school is 40 kids over projections from the end of last year so the principle is going to have her work cut out for her this week and the teachers are up in the air re: grades they will be teaching. Sad thing is my daughter's teacher from last year (who is an amazing teacher) was forced out due to our lower projected numbers and we could actually have kept him! Hopefully things will settle down sooner than later...the joys of the first week of school.

Cath said...

Hey Maureen! Thanks for entering the challenge!

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