Sunday, October 16, 2011

The Shabby Tea Room Week #84

Welcome to another Autumn-inspired challenge this week in
The Shabby Tea RoomI am thrilled to be your host this week! Here is our inspiration photo.


Please create a card or project using the colors in the inspiration photo and one dry embossed element. You can use an embossing folder, an impression plate or even a brass stencil and stylus. {I have quite a stash of the old brass stencils and still enjoy embossing the old fashioned way at times!}


I started with MME paper called So Sophie from the Open Your Heart collection. I stamped 2 different leaves from Papertrey Ink's Falling Leaves stamp set in Ranger's Wild Honey and PTI Summer Sunrise inks. The PTI Mat Stack 4 is embossed with their woodgrain impression plate. The sentiment, from PTI's Fall Elegence set, is stamped onto a Mat Stack 2 die. 
The cluster of flowers are Prima Flowers in Guillian Cider from Classy Cards 'n Such.


Classy Cards 'n Such is our sponsor this week and our winner will receive a $15.00 Gift Certificate to this wonderful online shop! There are so many great items for card makers. You will find stamps, dies/embossing folders and lots of beautiful embellishments.
If you click on the above image you can visit the Classy Cards 'n Such Blog.
I am looking forward to seeing what you create this week. Thanks so much for stopping by - and be sure to see what the other Shabby Girls have come up with for this week's Shabby Tea Room challenge.


6 comments:

jen said...

this is fabulous! I'm going to have to try to play along! Congrats on hosting!

Charlene said...

So So pretty Cindy!!! I love the paper and those flowers are perfect!! :-) Happy Monday!

Rosemary said...

beautiful card, cindy! the flower is just gorgeous!!

purple_pea_fran said...

This is a real beauty, Cindy! Love the stamped background and the flowers are stunning :) Fran xx

Diane Jaquay said...

WOW, stunning card, Cindy!!

Maria said...

A pure stunner! Love the leafed stamped background! And, very pretty flowers...great job!