Pals Paper Arts Inspiration Challenge

Stampin up hello again birthday pals paper arts

Generic Are you ready to play
this week's Pals

Paper Arts Inspiration Challenge  (PPA41)? Everyone is
invited to join
in
the fun using any
brand of stamping supplies
.  Check out
the PPA Design Team's Stampin'
Up! inspired samples

The PPA41 inspiration photo below will certainly get your juices flowing.  I was inspired by the colors and simple floral design on the pitchers.

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STAMPIN' PRETTY TIPS:
  • SDC13759-1 Grab your Paper Piercing Template (Stampin' Up! Mat Pack) and line up the holes for brads with precision.
  • Cropping the flower centers with the new circle punch from the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309, Summer Mini) gives a delightful lift when popped up on Stampin' Dimensionals.
  • The heart from the Tiny Tags stamp set is a sweet finish when pulled together with Linen Thread.  NOTE:  Tiny Tags is still available!  Click for all Occasions Mini Catalog Carryover Products.
  • Tie polka dot ribbon first.  Gently twist the ends so the polka dot side is face up . . . however, it looks cute polka dot side down, too.

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Hello again stampin pretty Stamp Sets:  Hello Again (113780), Wow Flowers (111714), Tiny Tags (Wood-Mount 118091, Clear-Mount 118592)
Paper:  So Saffron (105118), Bashful Blue (105120), Dusty Durango (115321), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  So Saffron (105213), Bashful Blue (105209), Dusty Durango (115654), Jet Black Stazon (101406)
Cool Tools:  Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309, Summer Mini), Corner Rounder Punch (109047), 3/4" Circle Punch (107217), Mat Pack (105826), Paper-Piercing Tool (116631)
The Perfect Touch:  Linen Thread (104199), Dusty Durango 1/2" Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon (115609), Vintage Brads (109109), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

17 Comments:

  1. Hello Mary: This card spells CHEER!!!! It’s beautiful!!
    What a wonderful way to say “Happy Birthday” or simply “Hello”. Thank you for putting it together and sharing it with us.
    Maria.

  2. Susan Carlson

    Creative use of that bitty punch on the flower centers as well as the tiny tag : )

  3. HI Mary. Just wanted to let you know that I have given you the Sunshine Award. You inspire me daily and I look forward to your talent and your post!

  4. I love your card Mary… everyone did awesome with the photo. Love those flowers and esp the centers. I knew I should of order those punches. Hugs,

  5. So pretty…love the little centers for the flowers!

  6. Cute, cute card! The colours are so much fun together! This looks like a great challenge and I will have to try to play along this week!

    Thank you for your comment on my blog! I really appreciated it!

    Smiles,
    Lesley 🙂

  7. I really like the ‘panel’ design – such a bold and cheery card!! Have a WONDERFUL time this weekend!! I’ll be thinking of you all and missin’ ya!!

  8. What a fun way to use this set.

    Loved the popped up flower centers!

  9. Mary, I just read your niece Kris’ blog and that she’s coming to visit you (and why) — CONGRATS! You can make any stamp set look good — this one held no attraction for me, but you’ve really brought it to life and demonstrated (literally) it versatility!~ Thanks!

  10. Great job on the Challenge. The colors you chose look actually like the Challenge. Love how the colors, they are so lively, but yet subtle. Thanks for sharing.

  11. I like the 3 different colors of the flowers.

  12. Love this!

  13. Love it, Mary! The tag is the perfect touch! Have fun this weekend…wish I was joining you!

  14. Matchy, Matchy, Mary! I’m meeting you in one hour! I’m so excited!

  15. Love the flowers! Have a great weekend 🙂

  16. Another wonderful card and terrific take on a challenge. You’re the master at challenges! Love everything about this one.

  17. Mary, I’m not sure why my name came up from Pals Paper Arts. That last comment was from me, Gina.

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