Sunday, November 13, 2011

PP72:Naughty or Nice?

Hi All, Happy Sunday! The weekend is almost over, but the new Paper Players challenge is just beginning. LeAnne has a nice, cozy holiday palette for us to play with this week: Riding Hood Red, Always Artichoke and River Rock.

I love River Rock, so I couldn't wait to pull it out and play. I actually didn't have Riding Hood Red, so, surely, I had to add it to my collection. It's funny how some colors have been around forever...but you just never get around to buying them ;)

Along with my new order of Riding Hood Red, I ordered up the Letters to Santa DSP. There happens to be a print in there that has all of these colors. I used it as my background and drew from it as my inspiration.

If you can believe it, there are no stamps on this card. These are all prints in the paper pack that I cut out and used to make a bit of a collage. I did cheat and add a bit of Early Espresso to my color combo. I think it adds a nice balance to the card. And...since we're talking Naughty and Nice...I finished it off with a little bling. It just seems fitting!

Are these colors talking to you? If so, be sure to hop on over to the Paper Players Blog and upload your project. While you're there, be sure to check out all of the other fabulous cards the Players have put together for you. Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: None (Can you believe it?)
Paper: Riding Hood Red, Always Artichoke, River Rock and Whisper White Cardstock; Letters to Santa DSP
Ink: None
Accessories: Scallop Border Punch, Clear Rhinestones, Jumbo Brown Brads and Pop Dots/Dimensionals


Lesley said...

This is a great idea Julie, love how you used the images in that paper! So cute!

Anne Marie Hile said...

Look Ma, NO stamps! Love it! What a creative way to use the larger image on that DSP. Such a fun and festive card, Julie. Thanks for the awesome inspiration. Have a great rest of your day!

LeAnne said...

Cute, Julie! I don't have this DP, so I am glad to see that you used it, and in such a cool way! I love to let the paper do the work!

Nance Leedy said...

It's amazing what we can pull off with some fabulous designer paper! Great job with those big images from the paper! Way to use our colors!

Ann Schach said...

What a neat card, Julie! I can't wait to use my DSP and try something similar! Thanks for the inspiration!

Susan Joyce said...

Love how you used the Designer Paper Julie, I haven't bought this one yet, but maybe I will have to after seeing your card.

RORO LEE said...

No stamps! That's a convenient DP pack! Nice paper and sentiment!

Tara Bilbao said...

Julie, this is an amazing card. I love how you have snipped all the images and arranged them in a fantastic layout. Fabulous use of the Letters to Santa DSP my friend:)

Unknown said...

This is so SO cute, Julie! I love those vintage stamps, so fun! Thanks for popping by my blog! :)