Saturday, November 17, 2012

Scrappin' Saturday - Pilgrim's Progress


Happy Scrappin’ Saturday!!  Where has the time gone?!?!  This time next week, we will either be heating up leftover turkey with all the fixings,
fighting crowds for those great holiday sales, or will be family free and able to do some crafting to relax after spending Thanksgiving with them...if not a combination of some .... all of them. :)  Do you know how you are going to set your table for the big turkey day??? If you need a center piece for your Thanksgiving table.....maybe this weeks challenge is perfect for you....

#137 – Pilgrim's Progress - Make a project using a Pilgrim/Indian or something from the First Thanksgiving.  If you want to join in on the challenge this week, there is still time to link up a project!! I wanted to share a couple projects that have been submtted for this week's challenge!!  
 
Linda
over at The Tulip Collector made this amazing good looking cover for a box of chocolates!!  I love all the paper that she used along with the 4 different sized rosettes behind the turkey, which make the turkey pop!!  :)
 
 
Reesey
over at Created in NY made this adorable stair step card!  I love how all the thoughts of Thanksgiving were used on the card...from the Pilgrim's, the ship and then the meal!!  :)
 
  

We want to see your
projects where you have used a Pilgrim, Indian or something reflecting the First Thanksgiving....please leave a comment with your blog address so we can stop by to see them!  Hope you are able to find some time to do some Scrappin’ this Saturday as well as having a great Thanksgiving!! Thanks for stopping by!


Melissa

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2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much!!! I have loved all the different cuts that were used and I think there are still more. I hope more people have time to create and enter this challenge.

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  2. Thanks for picking my card out of all those beautiful projects. There are so many talented paper crafters out there. I am proud to be selected as one of your featured projects. Your challenges give me the boost I need to get my creativity moving. Looking forward to many more challenges to come.

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