It’s starting to look like Autumn here in Pittsburgh, PA…

but it will be more comfortable when the humidity that came with the rain makes an exit !! The Paper Players Challenge #111 celebrates the season with a focus on leaves and trees. I made a tea bag holder which is an excellent little gift to say a random thanks to the people who touch our lives everyday like a postal carrier, a bus driver, or the receptionist at the dentist office!


Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Lovely as a Tree # 127793 clear, # 115026 wood, sentiment from SU All Natural (retired)
PAPER: random autumn color from scrap pile
INK: Kaleidoscope Autumn Leaves
TOOLS: SU 3/16 Corner Punch # 119871, Nestabilities Rectangle die and scallop rectangle die, Marvy oval and scallop die OR use SU Large Oval # 119855 and SU Scallop Oval # 119856
ACCESSORIES: SU More Mustard ribbon (retired) and a button from the scrap pile


  1. The weather in Pennsylvania is always a surprise when we go. Some years it is cold and we need jackets, other years it is so hot my kids beg to swim in Parkers Dam. This year when we were there for the family reunion (you should go next year, everyone would love to see you, especially my Mom) my girls swam. The boys couldn’t be dragged away from their fishing poles. I love these tea bag holders that you made. I may have to make some up to leave on tables in restaurants when we get great service.

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