Thursday, October 3, 2013

Little Tangles: Thankful for you!




Welcome to Little Tangles Challenge #22


Make you own pattern paper

This is such a fun challenge, I knew that I wanted to do a fall themed project:


I colored in the leaves with 4 different shades of copic markers.  

Here's a slightly tweaked version of the same card:


I just added a skinny strip of Paper Trey Ink Dark Chocolate cardstock.

Which is your FAV?

The leaves are from  



The stripes are from



The sentiment is from the new release



Edited to add that I'm linking to 



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Thanks  Kimberly!

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Just a reminder about this



I'm doing a little linky challenge...send a card to grayson &/or his family, link up for a chance to win some neat & tangled sequins from my stash!

Make sure you check out the Little Tangles blog for more inspiration!

You'll love what my teamies have designed!

Melissa {Guestie!}

28 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhh this is gorgeous my friend!! I love love love those colors and those leaves!!!!!!!!

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  2. wow I love this.. great combo and love that color combo..

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  3. Two pretty cards! Fall colours (swooon); background stripes, panel layouts: eye-catching combination! Definitely inspiring; I may have to 'case' you once again! Have a happy Thursday!
    c

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  4. I love the diagnonal stripes; great CAS design! And I think the tweaked version has the edge (literally!).

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  5. I like it with the extra strip of cardstock. Love that you created not one, but TWO patterned papers, great card!

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  6. Amy this is fantastic! Of course the perfect fall colours. I like them both but the strip of brown paper adds so much!

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  7. awesome card! i love the leafy border

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  8. the second one :) the added brown strip really makes the stripes stand out :)

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  9. FAB design! Love the second one with the chocolate strip. Totally gets me in the mood for fall!

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  10. Super sweet card! I love that sentiment!

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  11. Sista .. this card is super gorgeous!... love the colours too !! beautiful!... hugs...x

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  12. Nicely done. I think I prefer the one with the edge...it pulls the patterns together really well.

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  13. So lovely,....

    I love the way you made the patterned paper, love the leaves, just harvest autumn color DREAMY Amy!!!!

    there are so many CAS challenges you could add this to.... CASology, Addicted to CAS Autumn Fall, and addicted to Stamps and more.... so much fun out there...

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  14. I can't seem to keep up with your posts, Amy, love this fall card! Your leaves are pretty, but I really love the stripes!

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  15. Both versions are amy-awesome, but I like the one with the dark strip a little more. Great contrast :)

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  16. Oooo! I just love those big, bold, fall stripes, especially paired with those dainty leaves! So pretty!

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  17. Amy when i commented on this yesterday I forgot to thank you Thank you joining us this week at CASology! :)

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  18. Awesome stripes and I really like the dark chocolate strip! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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  19. Beautiful card! Love how you made your stripes and lovely colour palette. Thank you for joining us at ATCAS.

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  20. Great way to make your own pattern papers. Beautiful card and I like it with the strip.
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  21. Ooo, how stinkin' pretty! LOVE the fall leaves, colors, and all those awesome stamped stripes! I do think the brown ribbon added a bold graphic pop to the design, but either way, these cards rock!

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  22. Both look great but I think the brown strip on the second card just gives it that little OOMPH! I love it! I like how you made the two patterned papers yourself. Nice job! Thanks for playing at ATCAS. :)

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  23. oh my - this is just adorable. i love the leaves and the fun layout that you used! :)

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Cheers,
~amy~