Thursday, April 16, 2015

PPA 248



I never put off my challenges until the last day as I really like having the option of a re-do.  This was not the case this week.  Time got away from me so I ended up doing it at the last minute.  I sat down and my mind went blank!  I started to make a card with Sheltering Tree, then I messed up the bike.  I tossed that aside and tried not to panic.  Then I saw this cute hostess set sitting there.  I know I just used it, but decided to use another image from it.

I drove myself crazy over which color to use for the stars and ended up with the Night of Navy because I couldn't make up my mind.  I do love this Birthday Bash dsp!  It's only available through the end of May in the Occasions catalog, along with the cute hostess stamp set.  I may just have to buy another pack!

I hope you will join us at the Pals Paper Arts Challenge!




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10 comments:

Dawn Tidd said...

I love all the punched stars along with the DSP, Michelle, they're a great addition! Such a fun birthday cake too. This would make a great birthday card for anybody!

Katy McGloin said...

Great birthday card, Michelle. Love the colors that you used. It's fun and bright and makes me smile!!

Michelle Quinno said...

Thanks so much for the kind comments, Dawn & Katy!

Linda Callahan said...

Fun and festive......and perfect with that DSP!

Michelle Quinno said...

Thank you very much, Linda!

themountainmagpie.com said...

This is such a fun card! I don't have this stamp set, but I'm totally going to CASE it with one I do have. :D

Michelle Quinno said...

Thanks so much! I'd be honored if you CASE this.

Angie said...

This card is too cute! I enjoyed reading your story. How many times this happens to me, especially if I am running out of time! I LOVE the title of your blog. My sister's name is Mischale (supposed to have been Michelle but the GA military nurse didn't understand my mother's thick German accent. ANYWAY, my sis goes by Shell now!!!

Michelle Quinno said...

Thank you very much, Angie!

Michelle Gleeson said...

Such a great use of the DSP and this hostess stamp set. Fab!