Thursday, February 24, 2011

Digi Doodle Shop's Best Challenge #48

     It's "spots and Stripes" this week at Digi Doodle Shop's Best.  This is my first ever attempt at paper piecing.  I've used the apron digi from the "Kitchen Set".  I've used lots of kraft paper on this card to make the colored DP pop those spots and stripes.
     Link up your entry for the challenge and you just might win a $10.00 voucher to the Digi Doodle Shop Store.
     I'd like to enter this card in the Top Chef Quickfire Challenge.


Papers:  The Paper Studio. Recollections, Gina K Designs Pure Luxury
Stamp:  Digi Doodle Shop "Kitchen Set"
Inks:  Tattered Rose and Vintage Photo Distress inks, Sakura Micron pigment pen
Copics:  RV11
Tools:  Nestabilities Labels Four (S4-190); EK Success Retro flower punch, daisy punch, and Scalloped edge punch; Making Memories Eyelet setter
Miscellaneous:  Studio G adhesive rhinestones, Celebrate It ribbon, Recollections eyelet


Audrey Pettit said...

This is just adorable, Tracy, and you've done a fabulous job on your first paper piecing. I love that apron, and love how you did your sentiment.
I think Moxie Fab World is having a challenge right now of paper piecing. you should link this cutie up to it. :)

KraftyKoolKat said...

Fabulous Tracy. I haven't had a go of paper piecing yet.


Unknown said...

Your card looks lovely Tracy, really makes you wanna accept the invitation immediately :-) That apron is so cute and retro at the same time!

Dana said...

Love it!! Fits right in with your recent recipe posts! And you're right.. that Kraft really does make the whole card pop!

~* steph :) *~ said...

adorable card, tracy. love the cute little apron! love the cute colors too. great job paper piecing. thanks for sharing and hope you have a lovely day! *hugs* steph :)

Kristina said...

Very cute Tracy, love the polka dots!!

WeirdCat said...

Love the colour choice and the layout. Those flowers are cute too,
Ruth x

Judy said...


This is extremely create for an invitational card, and I just love the layout with the tag. GREAT job hun!


Suzanne C said...

What a lovely invite! Love the apron and the design is sweet.

Diane said...

I love this, Tracy! Great paper piecing, which I never think is as easy to do as might be expected but you've done a great job here!
Diane x

Anonymous said...

Such pretty colours.Has a real 50's kitchen feel to it.

Georgiana said...

Your card is lovely. I sure wish I used sketches more to give me different layouts.

Great card,

Kate said...

This is fantastic! The kraft paper is wonderful on this card - and I just love the way your flowers match the apron!!

Jóna said...

Beautiful color combination, love the card !!
Hugs, Jóna

Linda McClain said...

Tracy, How Fun! I love the nostalgic feel of it. Thank you for sharing it with us at Catered Crop.

Rachel Hope said...

Gorgeous! Love the colors!!! Thanks for playing along at Catered Crop!