Thursday, July 25, 2013

Smile - PPA Sketch Challenge #165



Margaret Moody has provided us another fabulous sketch this week for the Pals Paper Arts. You probably already know they have returned to weekly challenges and I am on Design Team 2, which is a thrill an an honor for me. 


Be sure to check out my creative team mates and see what they have done with this sketch at Pals Paper Arts. I know you will be amazed at these extraordinary paper crafters! I hope you play along with us.




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11 comments:

  1. Polka Dots are always sooo much fun....and I love the way you tone on tone stamped your sentiments!Simple, beautiful and yes....I smiled!

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  2. What a precious card. The monochromatic style really sets off your paper-piercing. Great job!

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  3. Marina Mist!! Love, Love, Love this color!! The monochromatic color with this sketch really works!! Very nice!!

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    1. Thank you! I really appreciate your sweet comments.

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  4. Love the details! And the threaded button adds the perfect touch to your card.

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  5. Love the color you chose and your layers and combinations of everything!

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    1. Thank you Carol! You always leave me the sweetest comments and I truly appreciate it!

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  6. Beautiful in blue, Beth! The button is the perfect touch!

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