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Friday, September 4, 2009

Pals Paper Arts #6

Good Morning!
Looks like another nice one! WhooHooooooo. I finished my Relish yesterday; Did the Market for hubby from 4-7 while he stayed home and did a couple jobs for me - :)
I'm off for the early shift at the Cancer Centre this morning - when I get home I'm making some Carrot Relish and getting the "stuff" ready for Chow whiich I'll finish tomorrow morning! That's it for me with the pickles!

Last night at about 11:30 I was making this card ... I knew I wouldn't have time today to do it!!!
Pals Paper Arts has a weekly challenge - this week is a color challenge... When I pulled my CS out I thought it was kind of drab - but I like the end result... Hope you do too. Enjoy your day!

Thanks for peeking!



Myra said...

Nice color combo,love the card and as we all know ,in person it will be brighter colors. Your card are all lovely to see and recieve.
Bet the pickles are yummy also! ;-)

Denise said...

Definitely not drab! ;) I like all the work you did with the Ticket Corner Punch - nice detail. Thanks for playing at PPA!

Patti MacLeith said...

The texture and the triple matting are my favorite elements of this very lovely card. Thanks for playing at PPA.

Pals Paper Arts said...

Perfect use of the challenge colors.

On behalf of the Pals Paper Arts design team, thank you for playing @ PPA!

Ann Schach said...

Hi, Ruthie! I love the embossing! You did a great job incorporating the colors! I do have to add that Teddie is adorable! He makes me want to get another Yorkie so badly! Give him a scratch behind the ears and a belly-rub from me! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

....Linda.... said...

Nice and bright - I like it!

Shelly Koskinen said...

Your card is really cute!

macmad2 said...

I love your card, Ruthie! Great job using the challenge colors! I love the paper you used, too! Thanks for playing along at PPA! Join us this Thursday for our next sketch challenge!

Margaret Moody