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Sentimental Sundays - Challenge #38 Winter

We have an exciting new Sentimentals Sundays challenge for you this week. We are challenging you to create something inspired by Winter.

For this challenge I broke out a stamp that I haven't used in at least 2 years. I actually forgot I had it until I was organizing my crafting supplies. Once again I used a sentiment from Raindrop Echo Designs to create a ticket.

Thank you for stopping by! Don't forget to join in the Sentimental Sundays Winter challenge. Be sure to stop by the blog to see the free digi sentiment set Ann is giving out this week.

  • Stamps: Baby it's Cold Outside from My Favorite Things, Just the Ticket from PaperTrey, Warm Winter Wishes by Raindrop Echo Designs (from Whimsy Stamps)
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey kraft CS, Neenah Crest solar white, Stampin' Up Perfect Plum, Cosmo Cricket Mitten Weather DP
  • Inks: Memento Tuxedo black ink, Stampin' Up Perfect Plum, Close To My Heart Crystal Blue, Distress Inks Antique Linen
  • Tools: Stampin' Up edge punch, PaperTrey ticket die, EK Sucess snowflake punches
  • Embellishments: PaperTrey button twine, misc. button
  • Techniques: Paper piecing



Anita said…
This is so pretty. I love the paper piecing and your dp is gorgeous.
DeeDee said…
A beautiful card!

Thank you for joining us at Hanna and Friends!

Hugs, Diana
xiumaiyuki said…
What a gorgeous card! I love the serene yet fun winter scene you created here. And not to mention the fantastic use of purple!
nicoleqmullen said…
I love this, that image is super cute!!
Tracey said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, I love all the purple tones :o)

1CardCreator said…
This is such a cute card, I love the stamp! You colored it so beautifully. Love how the dp matches too. ~Diane
Caroljenks said…
This is gorgeous! I love those papers and that image is adorable!

Thanks for joining us again for our 'Anything Goes' challenge over at Top Tip Tuesday :)

Carol x
Pat (mspfd) said…
This image always makes me smile when I see it. I have this stamp and love it. Thanks for the inspiration... I'm go to have to dust it off and use it. Beautiful mix of colors and papers.
Beth Norman said…
Very cute. I love the designer paper you used. It looks like tye dye. Thank you for playing along in the Creative Belli Blog this week.
Giò said…
Totally gorgeous card!!! Fantastic image and I love the colors you used in this creation.
Thanks a lot for joining us at Inky Impression challenge.
Hugs, Giò
Einfach wunderschön.

Danke für deine Teilnahme bei Kreative Stempelfreunde-Creative stamps Friends.
LG Nicole
Nikki said…
Fab Card :)
Thanks for Sharing at Incy Wincy this Week
Hug Nikki and the rest of the DT
wow, what a fantastic creations, great papers and so lovely image.
Thank you for your participation at Creative stamp Friends.
A nice greeting Andrea from germany
Posh Cat Crafts said…
Lovely colours and DP beautifully put together, thanks for joining in at Belli
*Vicki* said…
Hi Cheryl!! This is really sweet hun!! LOVE your coloring details and fabulous wintery colors!! Thanks so much for joining with us at Inky Impressions and the Stamp Something challenges!!HUGS
Rainmac said…
Awww Cheryl, what a fabulous card, I love the image and colours. Thank you for sharing with us at Craft Your Days Away for our first challenge of 2011, good luck xxx
Great card hun, just love the image its fab!! Great colour combo too!

Thank you for joining us this week at Craft Your Passion, good luck!
Hugs shell xx
Stephanie said…
Great card! Very pretty! Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.
Liz said…
Hello Cheryl,
Super Card there,great image! Lovely work :)
Thank you so much for playing with CYDA

Liz xx
Tanya said…
Beautiful card!

Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions this week!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Great card- love your eye for color Cheryl!
Lorraine Mcneil said…
Cheryl, this card is just so lovely. I love this colour scheme and you've coloured the image beautifully.
Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions and I hope to see you next time.
Lorraine x
Karin said…
I always admire these stamps, but don't have any...LOVE those headless people, lol. Great colors and I love your choice of paper for a winter time card!
Kim Dellow said…
Gorgeous Cheryl, just love your colours, wonderful. Kim
Wow! 2 years you haven't used this!! LOL - I hate when that happens! But, now you've found a long lost friend!

Love the snowflake under the button and your paper piecing.

Have a great day. I'm listen to Natalie as I post this too!!

PaulaM said…
What a beautiful card. I love the purples that you have used and I love snowmen - so anything with snowmen wins my heart!! Thanks for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday this week.
Samantha said…
Another fantastic card from you hunny! Thanks for joining us on the Top Tip Tuesday challenge Samantha :0)
joey said…
Hi Cheryl

this is gorgeous! beautiful layout and paper.Thanks for joining us at inky impressions

Joey xx
Thebug415 said…
Very nice! I love the colors you used. Thanks for playing with us at the Creative Belli Challenge.
Kiki said…
Fantastic image, fantastic coloring, fantastic papers - fantastic card!!!

Thanks so much for sharing with us at Hanna & Friends.

Hugs, Kiki
Sammi said…
I just love this card! Those papers are my favourites!!
Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions this week!
Tameko said…
Great card. I like the way you colored your image.
Alicia said…
This is so pretty. I love all the details you add to your card Cheryl.
Alicia xx
Anne Marie said…
Cheryl, that paper pieced coat is awesome! Love your color combo on this one and all of the fabulous details you added! :)
Uber cute!! The image and the colors are just perfect for the Baby It's Cold Outside Challenge! Thanks so much for playing with us at ABC Toys & Crafts!
Anke said…
Beautiful card Cheryl

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