Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!



Hello, It is time for Color Week at The Paper Players. Sweet Joanne is our hostess and she has a great color palette for us. I hope that the team doesn’t mind that I snuck a bit of cream into my design for my champagne.

Going to play along with Happy Little Stampers– Die Challenge once again!

Card Details: I love that I am using up some of my DSP that I seem to keep purchasing. As for the Champagne Glasses, they are from Paper Roses and the word Cheers is a new die-cut for me and from Karen Burniston. A fun and quick card to put together.

For more amazing inspiration, be sure to visit the rest of the Design Team!


LeAnne Pugliese

Claire Broadwater

Joanne James

Laurie Schmidt

Anne Marie Hile

Ann Schach

Amanda Mertz

Debbie Crowley

Hope to see you over at TPP! Take care and happy crafting, Nanc’


Blog Inspired Card…

At Casual Friday’s they asked us to make a card inspired by our personal blog header.  Well, my blog is in the middle of a transition and the header I currently have is really, really boring!  But, I did what I was told…lol and decided to make a card using the Aqua color that you can see throughout.  Also, I was asked by a co-worker to design a Bridesmaid card…so I married the two challenges together…pun intended!  LOL  I didn’t have a lot of time to do this today so I think if I had to do it again I would add a little bit more detail on the flowers and maybe run them through my cuttlebug.  Hope she likes it!

If you have any questions…let me know!  Have a great week!


Bridal Shower Card

I enjoyed the challenges I played in over the weekend so much that I decided to enter one more time in the Casual Friday’s challenge. The challenge was to create a Card or project with a Tag on it. I made this card for my hubby’s nephew who is getting married.  I thought the two hearts were a nice touch for a Bridal Shower card.

Hope your having a great week!

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Welcome…The card I have to post today is a Wedding Card.  It’s very simple, but elegant. The rings were made by the Creative Memories cutting system.  That is one of the first scrapbooking supplies I ever bought, that I couldn’t live without!  Many years ago I was a consultant for Creative Memories and that company is still very dear to me.

They are the reason I think it is so important to scrapbook your life and I am so grateful to them, and so is my son!

Have a blessed day!