Thursday, December 23, 2010

PPA74 Sketch Challenge

This week's challenge at Pals Paper Arts is a sketch by our Design Team Member Margaret Moody. I hope you will play along.

I needed a birthday card for a former high school teacher of mine who is turning 93! I still write to him occasionally, as I have since 1975! "Celebrations" Designer Series Paper seemed just the right thing to use for a 93rd birthday, right?

Stampin Up! Supplies:

Card Stock: Pacific Point, Whisper White, Real Red
Designer Series Paper: Celebrations
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Real Red
Extras: Punches: Word Window, Modern Label; Stampin' Around Wheels: So Many Stars, Birthday, Candle Crazy
Your turn to play along. Use Margaret's sketch and then upload your project to our website. You will be eligible to be one of three Artist Picks of the week! Good luck!

Next week I will be making some projects using preview items from the new Occasions Mini that debuts on January 4th!

Have a Merry Christmas and a Wonderful 2011 everyone!

6 comments:

Mary Fish said...

You inspire me to try the wheels . . . I have only tried once and need to get back on the horse. They work fine . . . it's just remembering they are around.

Love the fun paper and clean layout! Hugs, M

Pam~ said...

This is sure to put a sparkle in your teacher's eye! I really like it!!!

Linda Callahan said...

93.......wowowow! He will be delighted to get this card! You have inspired me to use this paper - I have been afraid of it :)

Mike said...

Patti,
I love the structure of this card. I like how you used two different sentiment sets to say Happy Birthday To You. Very clever!
Mike

Ann Schach said...

I knew this was going to be a fabulous card! The paper is just perfect. And Patti, what a wonderful person you are! I hope that when I am 93 a former student remembers me! Merry Christmas, my friend!

Carla Bazhenow said...

He must of been an awesome teacher! Your card is so fabulous. I love the wheels and the different sentiments you used. I too fear that paper. *smile* You do it justice. Merry Christmas Patti!!! Hugs,