My Design Teams

Saturday, 21 November 2015

Putting on the Ritz!

Hello there!

Happy Saturday! I hope you've had a fab week!

Sooooooo.....last weekend saw me and my lovely friends make our annual trip to the 1950s....well actually we went to Pontins at Camber Sands where Rhythm Riot was taking place. Three nights of 1950s music, dancing and fabulous clothes! We had a brilliant time - my sister and her hubby showed off their newly learnt jive moves!

With this recent dancing experience in mind.....and the challenge theme of "Let's Dance" this week over at Sweet Stampin I can't blame you for expecting to see a rock n roll or jiving themed card. But no - while looking for inspiration in my paper stash I got side tracked by a stack of 1920s themed paper that I've had for ages and never used.....until now.....


Yes, I left the jiving of the 1950s and zoomed back to the 1920s to do the Charleston! I love this fab digi stamp and have used it on lots of cards before....but for some reason not with this paper! 

For more dancing inspiration pop by the Sweet Stampin challenge blog and take a peek at the gorgeous DT cards. 

I have also managed to miss my blog post for Christmas at Sweet Stampin this month due to technical issues and working away from home too much! So I decided to add the card here.....our challenge over at Christmas at Sweet Stampin this month is.....STARS


For more starry inspiration pop by the Christmas at Sweet Stampin challenge blog!

I thought I would leave you with a little something from my weekend away....


Thanks for popping by today,
Wedgie xxx

4 comments:

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Such a lovely photo from your weekend, Wedgie, love your cards too. The art deco paper is simply wonderful.

Love and hugs
Maarit

Abi said...

2 fab cards Wedgie! I'm loving the charleston one. You have been a busy time traveller this week lol! xx

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

So love that photo of you Wedgie, sounds like it was a wonderful outing. LOVE your awesome card too. That image is perfect and I LOVE the fabulous Art Deco paper, what a brilliant match hun. Hugs, Wends x

Tracey T said...

Fabulous cards, Wedgie, both full of fun and colour! Don't work too hard now! xxx