Thursday, November 24, 2011

[Paperplay Challenges] Week 47 - Being Thankful

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Happy Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope you are enjoying friends and family. I am currently enjoying some vacation with friends in Hong Kong, enjoying the warm, warm weather. I am getting some hiking, good food, and major relaxing! If you are looking for a good challenge PaperPlay Challenge has the right thing for ya! And in honor of Thanksgiving, the theme is Being Thankful.

Thifs is a quick card...almost a one-layer!


Thank You
Stamps: (Botanical Silhouettes) Papertrey Ink
Paper: (Paper Basics Card Stock - Fine Linen) Papertrey Ink

Ink: (Memento - Tuxedo Black, London Fog) Tsukineko
Embellishments: (Saddle-stitch Ribbon - Fine Linen) Papertrey Ink; (Chip Shapes) Studio Calico


I stamped the sentiment off, since I wanted it as close to the edge as possible. The botanical silhouettes is a nice stamp set. I really love the black silhouette flower against the grey.

Thank You

The butterflies from Studio Calico are super cute! They have the perfect neutral color and compliment the rest of the card. The chipboard accents helps weight the top left against the black silhouette flowers, imho. Or maybe I was just looking for an excuse to finally use them :)

Please check out what the other PPC girls have prepared for this Thanksgiving and enjoy the time with family and friends!

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6 comments:

Denise and Louise said...

Love this Ren-Yi - very elegant.
Hugs
Denise xx

Meredith MacRitchie said...

Oh, I love how you used these stamps monochromatically... it's gorgeous!!! Might steal that one :)

julieprice3 said...

Very elegant Ren-Yi. The black looks so striking on the neutral background. Wonderful card!
Hugs Julie P

Céline said...

Hi Ren-Yi,
another fab card, love the soft colors, really effective!
hugs
céline

nicoleqmullen said...

Gorgeous card Ren-Yi, I love the clean and simple look of it, its stunning!

Mary Jo said...

Gorgeous card! Great stamping technique!

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