Well you don't have to be able to bake a pie to play in this week's Cooking It Up With Katie "Piece of Pie" challenge #85. In this case PIE stands for P - punch, I - ink, E - Emboss. For my card I used a Martha Stewart tag punch (the sentiment on it says "hugs"), there's Ranger Ink sponged on the edges of the papers and I used a Cuttlebug embossing folder for the white card stock layer.
This week we're sponsored by Meljen's Designs. Home to many cute images, including this adorable fairy. Pop over to the Cooking blog to check out what the rest of the design team has created,the rules and the linky thingy.
Here the deets:
stamp - Meljen's "Cocoa Christmas Fairy"
ink - hp printer; Ranger "Scattered Straw"; Stampin' Up Handsome Hunter marker for sentiment
paper - Georgia Pacific card stock; red Recollections card base; DCWV green card stock; Stampin' Up grey card stock; Authentique "Wonder" dp
miscellaneous - copics; pleated ribbon; linen twine; charm; Crystazzi bling; Cuttlebug snowflake folder; Creative Memories cutting system; mini brads; Martha Stewart tag punch
Here's the challenges:
Cooking It Up with Katie #85 "Piece of Pie" punch, ink, emboss
Ribbon Carousel RCC30 - Holiday Hoopla
Party Time Tuesday PTT#43 - Snow Us What You Got
Whoopsie Daisy - Anything Goes for Christmas
Stamps R Us - Bling It On
Southern Girls #32 - Embellishment bingo (Twine or String, Punches, Embossing)
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll come back again. Have a great Thanksgiving.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Can You Bake a Pie?
Labels: Cooking It Up With Kate, Meljen's
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So sweet, love the image and those papers are stunningReplyDelete
Lovely card and papers. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls, good luck cheers sue xReplyDelete
This is sooo sweet! I love that Meljen's image!! Awesome distressing and details! Thanks for playing along with us at Stamps R Us!
A great Christmas creation, love the design and colours. Thanks for sharing it with us at Whoopsi Daisy, hope you enjoyed the Christmas Blog Hop. Hugs Christine xReplyDelete
Great papers for a great Christmas card! Thanks for sharing with us at WHOOPSI DAISY ;-)ReplyDelete
Love your coloring on this digi! Fantastic paper choices and I love the touch of raffia. Wonderful!ReplyDelete
Great distressing and beautiful use of that pretty ribbon and twine! Thanks for joining us for the Ribbon Carousel Challenge this week!ReplyDelete
Fabulous colors and wonderful distressed edges! A beautiful card! So glad to have you playing along with us at the Ribbon Carousel!ReplyDelete
The vintage paper goes so beautifully with this image! Great job on the distressing!ReplyDelete