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Pumpkin Spice–What Time Is It?

Hello! Today is my day to post on the Pumpkin Spice blog. My card fits our current challenge, “Time”. We would love to see your project with either a word or element that implies time.

 

I have to admit I was a bit stumped by the challenge at first. I could only think of clocks and watches, but I didn’t have any stamps that would fit. I finally had my “Ah ha!” moment and thought about looking up a quote about time. I found this quote from John Lennon that I really liked and the idea for my card grew from there and these beautiful Pebbles Inc. papers.

 

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I love these new papers from Pebbles, Inc. The colors are so bright and cheery, I had to use them to chase away the spring gloom we have right now. I love each of the 18 patterns (2 pages of each) included in the 6x6 pad.

 

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I hope this helps to inspire you to think out of the box and create a project for our “Time” challenge. You can link up your project and find the challenge details HERE.

 

Thank you for stopping by! I hope you have a fabulous day and have the chance to waste some time doing something you enjoy.

 

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps & inks – none
  • Papers:  Family Ties 6x6 paper pad, Bazzill Basics card stock
  • Tools:  Big Shot, Spellbinders Circle Nestabilities, Papertrey banner basics die, Fiskars & EK Success edge punches
  • Embellishments:  Burlap, The Twinery Lemondrop baker’s twine, misc. buttons
  • Font:  Architect’s Daughter from DaFont

 

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Comments

Sue - bearhouse said…
WOW!! This is wonderful Cheryl. I really love the design. The papers are so beautiful and the sentiment is fabulous.
Sue xx
SusanLotus said…
Great quote!
And a lovely card!
Perfect for today as the sun is shining from a blue sky. :)
Cold though. -10 C degrees. Brrr!

Have some "wasted" quality time!
Hugs
Susan.
Ciska said…
Such a fun card and great quote!
Helen said…
Love this card and what a fab quote

Hugs Helen xx
Sonia said…
Hi my friend,this is a really gorgeous card^_^Love bright colors^_^
Have a sweet day^_^
Sonia
Anita said…
Absolutely gorgeous Cheryl! Love all your details on card and the yellow/blue just pops! Love that paper.
Audrey Pettit said…
My gosh, that sun is fabulous! And what a perfect quote for this challenge. And stunning design! Really love every little detail here, Cheryl!
What a super cheerful card!! I absolutely LOVE it!!!!!! I agree with your quote!!!!!! Love the stitched sun as well :)

Great job with the challenge!
Annette said…
very pretty Cheryl..love the stitching on the sun image...
Pam said…
Adorable card, love the yellow and blue!
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com
Donna Mosley said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the colours and beautiful design.

Donna x
Danni said…
Awesome card! Love the colors/design/papers...oh who am I kidding, love everything about it!
Donna Ellis said…
Oh my, Cheryl! What an imaginative use of die cuts on your card! LOVE those ideas, and yes, I have fallen in love with the Pebbles designer papers you have featured - they are beautiful, rich colors together, especially the way you have showcased them. Simply beautiful! hugs, de
This is great! Love it. I love the yellows and blues. Thanks for sharing at MIM.
Tracy said…
Love those papers! This is so cheery you just have to smile. Hugs!
Davi said…
Cheryl I love the those dps and that very fun star you created!!
Absolutely gorgeous - that has really cheered me up - thanks for sharing with us at Whimsy Inspires
Debbie xx
Evie said…
Stunning card. Love the gorgeous colours, fab papers and great design. Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challenge. Hope to see you again for the next challenge.

DT. member
Evie

Really pretty card and I love the quote. Just the card to cheer up an overcast day.

Thank you for sharing your work with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.

Dionne
FieryPixieDust said…
I LOVE these colors!! And the buttons and twine look awesome! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Paper Playtime!

-Mee Chelle
1CardCreator said…
Sweet, I love the texture in this! ~Diane
Missy said…
This is terrific Cheryl, I love the large sun and all the buttons!!
Missy said…
This is great Cheryl, I love the large sun and the buttons!!!
Shazza said…
great design and bright colours, saw it at MIM x
Jennipher said…
WOW! what a great batch of papers. Really bright and cheerful. Great job on this card. Love the sentiment. The sunny embellishment you created is fabulous.
Violets Corner said…
Stunning card Cheryl!

Thank you for sharing with Cupcake Craft Challenges this week.

Love
Maarit
Kathi Silvia said…
Cheryl just popping in to tell you how much I LOVE this card! I think it's one of my favorites so far :) The sentiment is awesome and the color combo and papers rock!!

Kathi
613 Avenue Create
Co-Owner
Pia S said…
So sweet and cheerful! I like the combination of papers, and the sun and buttons are such fun details! Visiting from MIM.
Chana said…
What a cheery card, both the colors and the sentiment! I think your project is very creative! Thanks for playing in our neighborhood at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana
Owner
Rebecca said…
Really bright and cheery and the quote is perfect for us crafters, thanks for playing along with Cupcake Craft Challenge.

Rebeccax
Shelly Schmidt said…
I have not heard of this company- but love the bright cheery papers- awesome!
Addii said…
A beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challenge.

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