Monday, November 19, 2012

Paper Smooches Sparks Cool Shades November 2012

Paper Smooches Sparks Cool Shades Nov. 2012
 
Hi everyone! I'm back with my second PSS challenge as a member of the DT!  I used the new "Freezy Fellas" and "He Said She Said" to create the fun card above. This is a color challenge, so I used the colors that we were given below:
 

 
 
The polaroid die, snow drifts die, ribbon, and cardstock are from PTI. The patterned paper is from MME. I think this card turned out pretty cute, it makes me smile :) And the sentiment is perfect for living in New England, because those New Englanders love to say "wicked!" Now that you've seen what I made, would you like to play along? You have until Sunday to play, so head on over to the PSS blog here to submit your card!
 
Now you've gotta go check out the cards that were made by my fellow DT members, I know I can't wait to see 'em either ;)

 
 



 

9 comments:

  1. Jessica this is fantastic! I love the colours and patterns you chose for your card.

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  2. You are wicked cool...this is adorable Jessica!

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  3. I'm so sad I missed your promotion of the PS Kismet stamp set! I'll stop by there later today though:)

    LOOOOOOOOVE this card--those snowmen are just the CUTEST! I love the little guy on the hat! ADORABLE!!! Great job:)

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  4. Adorable!!
    And yes...
    heard about "wicked"...
    kind'a like all the saying's I'm teaching Suzanne...
    some of which are not printable here!!
    But a fabulous card! :)

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  5. Too cute! Love the snowmen inside the die cut photo frame.

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  6. So cute! Love the colorful hills,and the adorable snowmen in the photo.
    Happy Thanksgiving Jessica.

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  7. Anything looks cuter inside a Polaroid frame! Love those patterned hills, too. The black card base really makes all the colors pop!

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I am thrilled that you have come to check out my cards :) I truly love getting comments, thank you so much for writing one to me!