Holiday Twist: Pile It On

Howdy folks!
Time to Pile It On again :) This week the challenge is....
to use holiday colors on a non-holiday card (any holiday will do). 

This week's sponsor is the Character Cafe!!!


They are providing one lucky participant with a $15 gift certificate to use in their store! They have a ton of awesome digi images so make sure to play along for a chance to win :)

For my card, I used the sweet digi image, "Tag". Gotta love the cute sleeping kitty - I had a few great sentiments to go along with the little couch potato :)

Challenges this card qualifies for are;

Pile It On: holiday colors on a hon holiday card (I chose Thanksgiving colors)
Mojo Monday: sketch
Incy Wincy Designs: punches
The Pink Elephant: 3 layers, 2 die-cuts and 1 ribbon
Little Red Wagon: use nestabilities
Shabby Tea Room: embossing
KL Stampin and Scrappin': embossing
Creative Card Crew: to die for...die cuts
Penny's Challenges: use 7 of something (I stamped 7 damask images :))
Stamp Something Challenge: recipe (one image, one ribbon, one designer paper)
Bee Crafty: add dimension

I colored Tag with my copics (YR31, YR12, E99, W1, E50 for the cat; R20, 22, 24, 29; YG91, 93, 97 for the blanket; E41, 44 for the chair). I chose Thanksgiving colors for the challenge and thought this pretty sei paper fit the bill nicely :) The sentiment from On My Couch (PTI) was perfect for the sleepy kitty.

Head on over to Pile It On and check out the challenge deets. Make sure to check out the other DT members blogs and don't forget to leave 'em some love - the links are in my side bar :)

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Ingredients (all Papertrey Ink unless otherwise stated): 
Stamps: Tag (The Character Cafe), On My Couch - sentiment, Guide Lines II
Ink: Dark chocolate
Paper: Dark chocolate, summer sunrise, simply chartreuse, sei DP
Other: nestabilities, twine, copics, linen impression plate, dew drops

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