November 16, 2016

SugarPea Designs Mix It Up Challenge #23

Time for another new Mix It Up challenge at SugarPea Designs!You have all month to play along with us! You are welcome to play along with all the challenges or just one but remember the more times you play along during the month, the better chance you have of winning a $50 gift certificate to the SugarPea store!!!

To play along with us you can use the sketch or the inspiration photo on the right, or mix it up and combine the two. Every week there is a new Mix It Up Challenge on the SugarPea blog, you can play one or all the challenges as many times as you like during the course of the month. At the end of the month one winner is chosen.

The more you enter, the better your chances of winning up to a $50 SPD gift card!

Visit the SugarPea Designs blog for all the details and deadlines and to join the challenges.

Today I used both the photo inspiration and the sketch. I created my scene using elements from the inspiration photo--the colours, the pumpkins and the script on the pot. It came together really easily.


 Hope we see you play along at SugarPea Designs HERE!
You could be a lucky winner!
You have until November 30th to play along with any of this months challenges!

 Don't forget to visit the rest of the challenge team!

Tracey McNeely --> you are here
Kerin Sylvester
November Guest: Deanne Kay
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Cat Craig said...

the patterned paper strip is fabulous to hold your sentiment oval. Great use of the sketch.

Lisa Elton said...

This is delightful Tracey!

Marianne said...

Love how you've given your beautiful sentiment centre stage.

Joyce said...

This is fantastic. Love how you used the patterned paper, and what a gorgeous sentiment.

Anita in France said...

That's such a gorgeous sentiment, Tracey ... love how it pops off the background DP and off that vibrant red ... such a fantastic star of the show! Hugs, Anita :)

Lisa said...

LOVE that sentiment and the simplicity of this beautiful card!

Barb Ghig said...

Beautiful take on the sketch and inspiration photo, Tracey! Such a lovely sentiment, too!

Couture911 said...

I like the purposely off-center ornaments. The asymmetrical design adds interest.