C is for Celebrate — PP500

One of the first weekly challenge sites I stumbled across way back when was The Paper Players site.  And this week they are celebrating their 500th challenge.  WOW!!  That’s a lot of inspiration!  They have a fabulous design team full of wonderful stampers and some of the nicest people.  I really wanted to play along with this special challenge.

I still had the Playing with Patterns dsp on my workspace and that seems like such a celebratory pack of paper, so that was my starting point.  When I was looking through my stamp sets and saw that the Monogram Messages set has a Celebrate stamp, I knew just what to use.

I started by stamping the balloons with Crushed Curry, Blushing Bride, and Coastal Cabana inks on a square of white card stock.  I then stamped the sentiment with Crushed Curry and Night of Navy inks.  The “C” was stamped with Calypso Coral ink and cut out with my paper snips.  I added some sequins from my stash and a piece of white baker’s twine.  This was an easy and quick one!

Enjoy your Friday!  Thanks for stopping by!

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6 thoughts on “C is for Celebrate — PP500

  1. This is adorable! What a great use of this fun stamp set…and papers! And we are always happy to see you play along with us! Thanks for sharing this wonderful creation with us as we celebrate our 500th challenge!

  2. Amy I love this stamp set and it’s perfect for this challenge – and paired with that dotty paper and the fun balloons ‘celebration’ is definitely the order of the day! Thank you for playing along with our 500th Paper Players challenge this week – always a pleasure to have you in our gallery!

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