Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Sweet As Pie {Market Street Stamps}

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{As seen today on the Market Street Stamps blog}


It's time for another Paint The Town challenge on theMarket Street Stamps blog!
Here is the card I created for the challenge:



I used the new Comfort Food stamp set for the sentiment and image. The adorable mixer was stamped on a piece of patterned paper and cut out using scissors and a craft knife.

And of course I had to add a bit of twine on it as well!


Head on over to the Market Street Stamps blog to get the color palette and get in on the challenge!

Thanks for stopping by!


Supplies:
Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (White);
Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye (Stella & Rose - Gertie: 6x6); Crate Paper (Emma's Shoppe - 6x6); Basic Grey (Basic - Manila: 6x6);
Stamps: Market Street Stamps (Comfort Food);
Ink: Memento (Tuxedo Black);
Twine: The Twinery (Caribbean, Cappuccino, Honeydew);
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors, Round N Round Squeeze Punch); Martha Stewart/EK Success (Scoring Board); Tim Holtz (Tiny Attacher);

8 comments:

  1. Cute! Love those floating green squares- such a funky accent!

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  2. Oh, love that paper pieced mixer! The green paper "ribbon" is so fun, too!

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  3. Love the mixer on the patterned paper! Fabulous!

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  4. Great card! Love the mixer and there is that twine again!! =)

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  5. I love this!!! I love what you did with the paper crinkling and the mixer..could it be any cuter?!

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  6. That is such a cute idea to give to a friend that loves to bake. Very cute!
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