A Fall Rainbow...
Golfing...

Red And White...

So I actually had time to play along with the Paper Players again this week! Yay! It was a fun sketch challenge and when I saw it, I thought stencil!

I dug thru my stencils for a poinsettia stencil and using my embossing paste, created a panel on a piece of cherry cobbler.

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Then I die cut a stitched circle, added a sentiment and a button and some twine. I love the contrast of the paste on the red!

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Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to pop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: SU! cherry cobbler and white. Stamps: PTI walk by faith. Other: Embossing paste. Twine. Button. PTI linen impression plate. MFT stitched circles.

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Colleen Begley

OH, WOW, I love the stencil paste flowers. They look amazing on the Cherry Cobbler paper. Great card! Thanks for sharing with the Paper Players this week.

sandym

Such an elegant card! I love the effect of the embossing paste on the red paper, note to self to try that! Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Paper Players, Jane!

LeAnne Pugliese

OMgoodness, this is STUNNING! What a cool technique....embossing paste is not something I've ever tried! But it certainly created a masterpiece here ! Very pretty! Thanks for taking the time to play with the Players this week!

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