Timeless Talk for the Paper Players

Feel Goods, Timeless Talk, World of Dreams

Hello Stampers! We had such great participation with our sketch challenge last week! Did you see them? They were wonderful! This week we have a super fun TRANSPORTATION challenge for you, hosted by the wonderfully talented Sandy! I cannot wait to see what you all do with this challenge! There are so many great directions you can go, so have some fun with it!!


  • Stamp Sets: World of Dreams, Feel Goods, Timeless Talk
  • Paper: Adventure Bound DSP, Basic Black, Very Vanilla
  • Ink: Memento Black, VersaMark, Early Espresso
  • SU Tools: Apothecary Accents Framelits, Distress Tool
  • Finishing Touch: Neutrals Candy Dots, Early Espresso Emboss Powder, Hemp Twine (retired)
  • Retiring (so order now!): Timeless Talk Stamp Set, Adventure Bound DSP, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Distress Tool

I hope you’ll stop by and check out the rest of the Design Team inspiration over at The Paper Players.  We would love for you to join us before the challenge closes on Friday, May 8th at Noon (PDT).

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Challenge Rules:

  1. Create a NEW paper, or digital, project.
  2. Upload your creation to your blog with a link back to us.
  3. Please provide a direct link to the post featuring your challenge entry.
  4. Please link your card to no more than three challenges, TOTAL. Entries linked to more than 3 challenges, including ours, will be deleted without notification.
  5. Have fun!

So, I hope you liked my card today! If you did, please take a minute and leave me a comment! I love hearing from you! And while you are at it, please sign up for email notifications (usually no  more than 2-3 per week) and also “like” my Facebook page (I don’t flood your Newsfeed either). If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] any time. Thanks for coming to my blog today! Until next time,

Happy Stampin’!



  1. Debbie, I just love this card! The Adventure Bound DSP looks amazing! I love this tricycle stamp and the sentiment! Two of my all time favorites! Those little birds are just adorable, too! XX

  2. Terrific card Debbie! I really like the background and the way you put the twine behind the sentiment. And that image is such great one,too!

  3. This is a terrific masculine card, Debbie! Love the vintage bicycle stamp with the candy dots stamped onto the brick DSP. I mostly appreciate your reminder that I need to get this DSP out and USE it, LOL… Sweet details with the cording and the bird nest. The “retiring” season certainly helps to remind us of some great stamps and other items that should be included in everyone’s stash!!

  4. I love this vintage-themed card, especially with that wonderful brick background! Such a fun challenge and you really nailed it with your cool embellishments!

  5. Such a cool masculine card! The brick wall is a fabulous backdrop and I really love the look of the twine.

  6. Beautiful card!!! Come and join us at “Let´s go on a Quirky Journey Challenge”

  7. Oh wow, that paper looks fabulous with the vintage bike and images. Love the loopy hemp twine and your fussy-cut bird couple…Great card!

  8. Wow what an awesome card Debbie! Love how you stamped the bike on patterned paper, love the loopy twine and bird nest, love it all!

  9. What a perfectly inspired card!! I LOVE that bicycle but can never figure out how to use it. It looks so awesome with that brick paper as a backdrop!! And all that pretty fussy cutting, eek! The looped twine is the perfect finishing accent…beautiful!!

  10. This is a great little scene you’ve created Debbie – it reminds me of a Victorian street, with the little bird’s nest on top of a street sign. Love the bicycle stamp with this paper too – like Shannon, I’ve always struggled to pair this stamp with anything, so I’m impressed at your pairing with the brick paper; it works a treat!

  11. Hands down, one of my favorite cards ever! I love the brick DSP and the twine loops. Perfection!!!

  12. Debbie, I just love the vintage-feel to your card. The brick background is the perfect touch, too. You fussy-cut that image perfectly…I’m in awe, as fussy-cutting is not something I am “good” at. Absolutely gorgeous, my friend. Well done! 🙂

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