Saturday, February 25, 2012

[Mami Doodles] Challenge #44 - Pattern Paper

Hello everyone! Most of you might know that bi-weekly a new Mami Doodles challenge goes up. This in one sense is like every other Friday and I'm here to kick off another fun challenge. But I have some bittersweet news to share...This will be Mami Doodles' last challenge. Please hop on over to Elisa's blog to read her words; she explains it best.

So I would love to encourage you to play along this week with our three pattern paper challenge. A great challenge to encourage de-stashing, spring-cleaning, clearing space for new products that are coming out soon...whatever the reason.

Let the Sun Shine In
Stamps: (Autumn Girl) Mami Doodles
Paper: (Paper Basics Card Stock - Lemon Tart) Papertrey Ink; (Summer Days Collection) Echo Park
Ink: -
Embellishments: (1/2" Satin Ribbon - Lemon Tart) Papertrey Ink; (Summer Days Collection - Stickers) Echo Park

This little Autumn Girl is so cute, especially with her lil 'brella. And just because she is named "Autumn", doesn't mean she can't make an appearance in the Spring, right? After all, it's always raining (hello, April showers!) and I know I long for the sun to come out.

Let the Sun Shine In

I chose big and bold colors from an Echo Park Summer Days Collection Kit, because there is one feeling I want to leave with you: being cheerful and happy...Although the Mami Doodles store may close, for Elisa this is an opportunity to focus on other things she loves and cares as well as possibly exploring new venues. 

As for me, I hope Elisa continues to share her art with the world. I have loved every moment being on her Design Team, gathering new experiences and making new friend on the way. I know those are things that will last, even beyond our bi-weekly challenges...!

Anyways, hop on over to the talented DT to see how they are using their stash...And maybe you will feel inspired to play along this one last time? :)


Lisa aka Myran said...

I love this card and the awesome fun and bright colors! It's one of those cards that makes you smile, big time :)
Hugs Lisa

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