December 18, 2011

ColourQ Challenge 115 & 25 Days of Christmas Tags - Day 24

I missed the deadline for ColourQ, but I am still going to play along.

When I saw the colours for this weeks ColourQ Challenge the first thing I though of was Doodlebug's Christmas patterned papers. When I dug them out I was thrilled to see that 'Peppermin Twist' was a bang on match for all of the colours this week, I combined that with 'Limeade Daisy Stripe' Petite Prints, stickers from 'Happy Holidays' and Pure Poppy PTI cardstock to make a card, a tag and a notebook.  The tag is Day 23 from my 25 Days of Chrismas Tags series that I am doing right now on my blog.  Hope you enjoy.

Cardstock: Pure Poppy, White
Patterned Paper: Peppermint Twist, Limeade Daisy Stripe (Doodlebug)
Dies: Limitless Layers, Pinking Shears, Blcok Alphabet (PTI), Holly Jolly (Lil' Inkers)
Other:  stickers and  sugar coated brads (Doodlebug), pink bakers twine, notepad
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Lisa Elton said...

Too bad you missed their deadline Tracey because these are winners in my book! Perfect match and delightful creations!!!

Joyce said...

Too bad you missed the deadline. I think these would have taken top prize. They are all so cute, and those colors really work well together. How amazing to actually have patterned papers in the right colors.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

this is just way to cute

Marybeth said...

Your tags are just perfect , Its too bad you missed out on getting them in on time . I agree with Lisa they could have been winners! TFS with us anyway so we got to see them. Take Care.

Jill Norwood said...

These are just gorgeous! Love how perfect the color combo matches! Love all of your tags...they are sure fun to make!

Cyndie said...

Your latest tag looks like a winner to me! Love the matching card and notepad--those images look great in this color scheme. And I really, really love yesterday's tag--it's different in a good way!

~amy~ said...

oh my stinkin' adorable are these?! Perfect pick Tracey...absolutely darling...the color combo just screams happy! Thanks for linking up!