Saturday, November 12, 2011

A Shabby Thanksgiving at The Shabby Tea Room

The girls over at The Shabby Tea Room have 'A Shabby Thanksgiving' challenge going on this week.  The colors to use are brown, yellow, blue and neutrals.  I created this card using more of Making Memories Autumn Splendor line.  The only things not MM are the kraft cardstock base (Recollections), twine and buttons.  The card sketch design I used is from Gabrielle Pollaco.  I plan to submit this card to this week's challenge at the Tea Room.  It's the first time I've ever entered a challenge.  Thanks for stopping by.  Have a great weekend!


  1. The Shabby Girls are HONORED to be your first, Patty! WOW! What a beautiful card, sweetie!! Thanks for sharing your lovely creation with us all this week in the Tea Room :)

    Be sure to check the rules page to be sure you'll qualify for the prizes each week - link back to TSTR - if you have questions, e-mail me!

  2. Beautiful, Pat!

    You might want to enter your card to Make it Monday blog where we share any thing that we created.

    Hope the link work.

  3. Wow! What a beautiful card!! Love it! And thank you for picking us to be your first challenge!! We are honored to have you!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Shabby Tea Room!


  4. A very pretty card! Love the leaf background, tag, lace, and gold leaves! Am now a new follower! Take care!!:-))

  5. Love the touches of blue you've added to this card design, Patty! And such pretty papers. Love the glittered leaves! And a sweet little tag!

  6. your blog is a constant source of inspiration for card challenged people like me! Love em all Patty!

  7. Yay! I can finally post!!! Love the beautiful soft color palette on here and those glittered leaves. :)

  8. Very your glitter on the vines. c herry

  9. nice card with that combination of colors and touch of glitter, thanks for sharing the inspiration

  10. Hello, hello and once again HELLO!!!!
    Sorry it took me soooooooo (TOO LONG!!!) to visit your blog! I am so very occupied with my jobs. But anyway....just love the cards!
    Just lovely!
    I was born in The Netherlands, but all my relatives moved to the USA after World War two.
    So you can understand that I am very homesick after all the wonderful American times!
    Just love Oregon! It'll will be my dream come true to live there once.....
    And I will keep on dreamin'.....
    Take good care and please continue your artistic cards!
    Hug for you,