A Nice Cuppa for PPA294

I love card challenges! Do you know what I’m talking about? Challenges are oppotunities for stampers to create a card based on parameters suggested by the challenge designer. For instance, this week, Pals Paper Arts # 294 is a challenge provided by Dawn Tidd. It’s a fabulous, simple design:

PPA-294-Mar31

And here’s my card:

A Nice Cuppa - PPA294

You might notice that my card is not square and it has an additional border around the outside. This is what I meant when I said “suggested” parameters. It’s a starting point and it allows some creative license. Once the card is finished, it can be uploaded to the challenge website, for this one, Pals Paper Arts, but it’s also fun to play along and use the challenges for idea starters for your own personal use. There are lots of challenge websites out there, and I’ve listed a few below:

Global Design Project at global-design-project.com

Freshly Made Sketches at freshlymadesketches.blogspot.com

The Card Concept at thecardconcept.blogspot.com

Paper Pal Arts at www.palspaperarts.com

CAS(E)  This Sketch at casethissketch.blogspot.com

Fab Friday at fabfridaystampinchallenge.blogspot.com

 

Thanks for stopping by today!
Deb

Papers: Bermuda Bay, Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Have a Cuppa DSP
Accessories: Bermuda Bay 1 1/4″ Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Tea Lace Paper DoiliesCups & Kettles Framelits Dies

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6 thoughts on “A Nice Cuppa for PPA294

  1. Deb, I love that tea cup for your focal point, perfect choice! You’re right, the sketch is just inspiration and I’m glad to see your additions. They’re so sweet. Thanks so much for playing with the PPA this week and for using my sketch!

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