Sunday, November 1, 2020

So Very Grateful Sunday Stamps Challenge Paper Players Challenge SSC243 PP515

 Nov. 1, 2020

WOW!  Can you believe it is November?  I know 2020 has been some kind of year, but really?  NOVEMBER?????

It's Sunday and time for new challenges at The 

The lovely Laurie is our hostess this week at The Paper Players.  She has a very fun theme challenge for all of us!  "Turkey Time" What a great idea for our challenge this week! 

The Sunday Stamps challenge is a color challenge.  These colors are gorgeous and just perfect for Fall.   I found it was perfect to combine these two challenges this week. It doesn't happen very often! 

We can't wait to see what you create!  Have FUN!


                                           Challenge Guidelines
  • Feel free to use any brand of product you have. 
  • The colors from this challenge MUST be the PRIMARY colors on your project. Please do not combine our colors with any other color challenges.
  • Please Link up a new project created for this challenge (no back links). 
  • Feel free to combine our challenge with up to FOUR other challenges.
  • We reserve the right to delete any links that do not adhere to challenge rules.
  • Please provide a link to us or use the graphic above in your post. 
  • Have Fun!!!
The challenge will end on Friday Nov.13th @ 6pm EST. 


 Challenge Rules: Paper Players Challenge

1.  Create a NEW paper, or digital, project.
2.  Upload your creation to your blog with a link back to us.
3.  Please provide a direct link to the post featuring your challenge entry.
4.  Please link your card to no more than four challenges, TOTAL.
 Entries linked to more than 3 challenges, including ours, will be deleted without notification!
5.  All stamping products are welcome.
6.  Have fun! 

I added a chocolate brown background on my white card base. I added a plaid rectangle  on the side.  I also added a strip of wood grained paper along the bottom.  I used the Spellbinder Small Die of the Month from October 2019 to make the little lady with her pie.  It has so many little pieces to piece together, but I love the way she turned out.  We are huge pie eaters for Thanksgiving, so I have several people in my family that would love this card.  

Don't forget to check out all the amazing projects from the Design Team.  

The Paper Players Design Team

                                     Sunday Stamps Design Team
Claire Broadwater (me)

Thanks for stopping by my blog today.  Please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts! 



  1. LOVE this! I love those cute dies...and nothing says turkey time like PIE...yum!

  2. In spite of no fall leaves, this makes a great Fall feeling. I can almost small the apple pie. Superb!

  3. Great job combining the challenges. I so love your die collection!

  4. Love those colours Claire and as for your card - what's not to love about pie?! Although I must confess to never having eaten a pumpkin one! Not sure i ever look as elegant as the lady on your card after I've been cooking, but I digress - fab card for thanksgiving!

  5. Super cute card for Thanksgiving Claire! Reminds me of photos I have of my Mom and Grandma cooking our holiday dinners in their dresses after baking a number of yummy pies earlier in the day. Beautiful colors in your papers and certainly a fabulous die cut holiday pie baker!

  6. Yep - That's Thanksgiving-on-a-card!! I think I have my grandmother's apron that looks just like yours! Love it! :)

  7. Oh, Claire! This has got to be one of the cutest cards ever! I love how this cutie's apron matches the trim on the card. A perfect Thanksgiving card!

  8. Adorable card, Claire! I love the wood floor detail and the colors really pop!

  9. Claire, I too cannot believe that we are past the first week of November.... what a year! I love your image - it's so reminiscent of the 1950s and I swear I can smell that apple pie. It just has to be apple :-) The wood floor detail was genius! Fabulous card, my friend


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