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Jar of Cheer for PPA 317

PPA-317-Sep08Our delightful color challenge this week was chosen by design team member Michelle Quinno.  And since I had not yet inked up Jar of Cheer stamp set from Stampin’ Up! holiday catalog, it was the perfect opportunity to do so. Michelle has a delightful style.  I think she and I are much alike.  We like trying various styles. Won’t you come by and take a look at her inspiration as well as those from our design team?  Better yet, come play with us this week!!

Jar of Cheer, Tin of Tags, Stampin' Up!

Card Details:
  • Stamp Sets:  Jar of Cheer, Tin of Tags
  • Papers:  Thick Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry, Glossy photopaper, Neutrals designer paper, Warth & Cheer DSP
  • Inks:  Versafine Onyx Black, Crushed Curry, Tangerine Tango, Rich Razzleberry
  • Tools:  Everyday Jars framelits,  Washi Label punch (retired),  Cable Knit Dynamic textured impressions embossing folder, Blender Pens
  • Accessories:  Crushed Curry baker’s twine, Delicate White Doilies
Additional Pictures

Have you already been by the PPA challenge blog to see all the wonderful creations by my teammates?  If not, this link will take you there.  We would love to see you play along with us this week!

Please let me know if you have any questions or if I may assist you in any way.  Hope to see you in the PPA gallery this week!

Have fun stamping,


4 thoughts on “Jar of Cheer for PPA 317

  1. Debbie

    The cards you can do with the jar bundle are endless and you did one that is wonderful to demonstrate that!! The color challenge is great and I love it for a nontraditional holiday card. The inside of your card is cute, too! Beautiful card, Katy! Off to pin…

  2. Michelle Quinno

    Katy, thanks so much for your kind comments! I love how you turned this jar into fall. So creative! The doily underneath makes it pop, and I love the triple twine with your sentiment – such a beautiful card!!

  3. Robbye Hamilton

    Katy I love your interpretation of the challenge , it’s gorgeous. It makes me want to find a large Ball jar and recreate it as a centerpiece or to go on my mantel. Fantastic job Katy.

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