Saturday, September 24, 2011

Wee Memories Patterned Paper

Yay! It's saturday! and we're back with wee memories challenge!

Before proceed to challenge details, i just want to express how happy i am today!! I know this week i have been away from posting any blog post or cards, i was so busy preparing my students for their mandarin exam and ATC's swaps for the coming World cardmaking day. but all of my works was worth it.. because today my students came to my place with good news, all of them ( 3 junior high students , and 3 from elementary 5th grade students) got 100+ score for their Reading exams!! (it's like A+) woohoo! i jumped with joy! it was a huge surprise! and now i have to prepare some rewards for them because i promised them so.. hahahahaha.. i told them to get 100, because honestly i thought they would got like 90-95 score.

Back to challenge, If last week we required you to make card without pattern paper, This week we ask you to go look on your paper stash and start to create a card using pattern paper. because that's the theme of this week challenge. Patterned paper!
and this week we're sponsored by a very great company with lovely paper lines Echo Park Paper!!! i {heart} their products sooo much!
Honestly ,I myself am not so good with pattern paper, i also don't own many of them, but i own some of 6x6 and 8x8 paper pads which is perfect for cardmaking. I'm using october afternoon papers from fly a kite collection combined with Hedgies from Penny black stamps (miss hedgies so much) and Happy stamps from hero arts life of party clear set to create this tags. I distressed the edge of each tag with distress inks wild honey and using ribbon and baker's twine from The twinery as finishing touch.

Happy Hedgie Tags

Stamps Penny Black Critter Party and Hugs clear set, Hero arts Life of Party clear set
Paper October Afternoon Fly a Kite
Coloring Copics
Others Distress inks Wild honey and Twinery Lemondrop

Are you ready to join the fun challenge ? Go to Wee memories blog to see other's DT fabulous inspiring works and more details about this challenge. Thanks for visiting my blog and hope you have a wonderful weekend!


  1. Hi Cathy! Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog. :) I don't use much patterned paper either so this week's challenge will really be a challenge for me too. :) Your tags are a great inspiration though - those papers go perfectly with that sweet PG hedgehog. :)

    And big congrats to your students on their fantastic test scores!

  2. These tags are adorable girl! You should use more patterned paper if you create like this. Great job!

  3. I think you did a fab job with the patterned paper here! Absolutely adorable tags Cathy :)

  4. Your tags are adorable!! Love them!

  5. Oh Cathy! I totally love your tags! Just precious! And well done on preparing your students so well that they got to score an A+! Awesome job my friend!

  6. Both are so cute!!!! you are the queen ot tags :)))


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