Saturday, October 15, 2016

Eleven Pipers Piping

     OK, if you read the title of this post, you're already looking for the other 10 pipers.  Don't bother.  They headed out for the pizza parlour!   After a long day of piping, they were more than ready for dinner.


I started with this week's sketch from Sketch Saturday.


     The image came from Scrapper's Delights for their monthly progressive challenge on FB and I used my ProMarkers to color the piper.  His flute is glittered and sparkly.  I cut him with one of my Stitched, Scalloped Circle dies from Memory Box and trimmed one edge to match the sketch design.

     I used dp with red and green buttons, then divided it into the spaces with narrow, striped ribbon.  Doing it that way is so much easier than trying to get nine individual squares all lined up.  :-D

     The poinsettia is made with more die cuts (Die-namics) layered together.  I cut two different red CSs and one green CS, and embossed them with a stylus.  I used the flower as the one embellishment and called it done.  Perhaps not exactly CAS in style but flat and easily mailed.

     Challenges:
Crafting from the Heart
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas
Craft Your Passion
Crazy Challenge
Get Creative
Di's Digi Designs
Scrapper's Delights
Sweet Stampin'
Sweet Stampin Christmas

     More from me later but for now I really must run.  Feel free to stay and browse around if you like.  :-D  Happy Stamping.  NanaConnie

13 comments:

  1. At first I misread the ELEVEN PIPERS PIPING, and ironically read it ELFIN pipers pipping! Still works, though. Adorable card, and beautifully colored in festive, bright colors! Wonderful Christmas card, Connie! Hugs, de

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  2. Such a cool design you did with the thin ribbon. Your coloring is beautiful on the lovely piper and I love that poinsettia. hugs, Teresa

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  3. Beautifully made, NC! It's so fun how you used the ribbon to create the grid pattern. Such a gorgeous poinsettia, too. It's so cool what you do with your dies!

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  4. Lovely card. I like the background papers you used.
    Thanks for playing with us at Craft your Passion Good luck!! Michelle(DT)

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  5. Gorgeous card, love the cute piper and wonderful papers. Loving the papers too.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  6. Great card - thanks for sharing it with us at Crafting from the Heart and good luck!

    Helen x

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  7. Cute image, fabulous papers and design.
    Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this week.
    Chris
    x

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  8. Thanks for sharing at christmas at Sweet Stampin' too!
    x

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  9. Delightful take on the sketch, pretty cool image too!
    hugs
    Glenda

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  10. Pizza sounds delicious right now (as I sip my diet shake ... blah!) Your card is absolutely darling. I like that little elfin piper. I'm so glad that you stopped by the Sketch Saturday blog to share your card. Good luck.
    ~Jo, SS-DT

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  11. Thanks for entering your lovely crafting for CHNC challenge 303 – you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for October - I'd love to see it there too x

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  12. So cute, the background is lovely and I love the image. Thankyou for joining us over at Di's Digi's for our 'add a sentiment' challenge. Hope you join us again Lynda xx

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  13. So sweet card! Thanks for joining us at The Crazy Challenge! Good Luck! Valentina DT

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