All our fall celebrating seems like it is coming to a climax as we reach Thanksgiving. We jump into Christmas so fast - there are Christmas decorations at the stores, and Christmas music on the radio. I hope you take this week slow and enjoy being with friends and family. Take some time to count your blessings and remember all that you are thankful for!
Thanks for joining me today for the Serendipity Stamps Challenge. Mary, the owner of Serendipity, was a real trixie this time and challenged the Design Team to come up with a one layer card - just ink and paper - no frills! A few of us were going to start a protest, but decided to be good sports and give it a go. I am so glad I did because I am so happy with how this card turned out!
This one was easy - and thankfully it doesn't look naked to me or it would be back to the drawing board! I think it's all the color that I find so satisfying! I centered the sentiment on the card and simply stamped the Japanese maple image in three different colors of ink.I hope you will check out the creations the rest of the design team came up with. I am sure it will be nothing short of amazing! Simply click on their names below to jump to their blogs.
Helen Berry - Helen Berry Designs
Jenny Gropp - One Krafty Kat
Miriam Napier - Miriam's Delirium
Pauline Pollington - Craft Obsession
Cathy Weber - Empty Nest Crafter
Thanks for stopping by! Have a beautiful day. And the sale of the week? 20% off all the stamps in the Thanksgiving category - sale ends November 28!
Supplies Used: Finished Size: 4.5 x 6.25"
Stamps: Serendipity Japanese Maple 404E, Autumn 1142E
Paper: Papertrey Ink: Stampers Select White
Ink: Stampin' Up! More Mustard, Riding Hood Red, Momento Lulu Lavender, Versafine Onyx Black