Thursday, September 3, 2009

Playing with PPA #6!

Another good one over at PPA! I'm so happy I got to sneak downstairs to make this cute teacher thank you. Obviously I'm in the "back to school" mode and I immediately thought of The Write Stuff papers for this color challenge here at PPA!
The colors are Brocade Blue, Crushed Curry and Ruby Red.
The Holiday Blitz stamp set can be used for soooo many things and I thought the apple stamp would work well for the whole teacher thing. And the Spiral punch fits perfectly with my "back to school" theme. Pretty cute if I do say so myself!
Here's my recipe:
Stamps: Holiday Blitz and Thank You Kindly
Papers: Whisper white, Brocade Blue, Crushed Curry and Ruby Red
Inks: Brocade Blue, Crushed Curry and Ruby Red Classic ink pads, Ruby Red, Old Olive and Chocolate Chip Stampin' write markers
Accessories: 1 inch and 1 1/4 inch circle punches, Spiral punch, scallop edge punch, 5/8 inch Brocade Blue grosgrain ribbon, Stampin' dimensionals


Denise said...

This is definitely the perfect color combo for back to school! I love is combined with the Spiral Punch - great job! Thanks for playing at PPA!

Patti MacLeith said...

Super! Love the spiral punch. Adds to the school feel. Very nice. Thanks for playing--come back next week!

....Linda.... said...

Great teacher card - especially with the spiral pinchand color combo!

Stampin' Diva said...

I have a lot a teacher friends and they would love this card. Great idea. Love what you did with the colors

Ann Schach said...

As a teacher, I can tell you that I would love this card! The spiral punch compliments the teacher theme, and you used the colors perfectly. A+ from me! Thanks for playoing @ PPA!

Pals Paper Arts said...

I love your circular images.

On behalf of the Pals Paper Arts design team, thank you for playing @ PPA!

Shelly Koskinen said...

This card is so sweet!!

macmad2 said...

What a great card, Jennie! Any teacher would be thrilled to receive this! Great job with the challenge colors! Thanks for playing along at PPA! Join us tomorrow for our next sketch challenge!

Margaret Moody