February 18, 2017 at 5:10 am #457510
Oh wow! Bec your challenge has produced some beautiful cards! Ginny and Kathy, yours are both stunning!
I made mine today for my daughter. She loves “Pride and Prejudice” so I thought she would love these vintage images from Pion’s “Where the Roses Grow”.February 18, 2017 at 12:33 pm #457512February 18, 2017 at 2:21 pm #457516
I’m loving this challenge!
Kathi – lovely card, pretty colour and love the die cut frame.
Linda – such a pretty card. I love Pride and Prejudice too and these papers are perfect for that!
ginny 🙂February 18, 2017 at 6:58 pm #457526
Kathi – Beautiful die cut layers, beautiful colors, love your pretty flower!!!
Linda – Your card is so pretty; I love your die cuts and that wonderful vintage image!!!!
A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.February 19, 2017 at 5:57 am #457534
Love this card Ginny, the colours are gorgeous and the folding looks amazing
My Valentines stepper card for Bec’s Card Challenge. I used the ‘love/valentines’ theme and used a heart in my design. I used die cuts from the Prima Rossibelle paper “Sweet Souvenirs”, Pebbles gingham paper, pink cardstock and gems from a previous Swirlydoos kit.
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Linda – oh wow this is pretty, the purple and green are perfect together ❤ love you die cuts tooFebruary 20, 2017 at 6:35 am #457559February 21, 2017 at 9:31 pm #457585
I’ve created three cards, all using scraps from this month’s projects and items that I’ve been hoarding for far too long.
For my first card, I cut out a 5×7 piece from paper that was left from the layout that I made for the Round Robin. The heart is actually an experiment gone wrong: I tried to use a thin Spellbinders die on thin chipboard and ended up with an outline pretty much cut out and a sort of embossed inside. I gave it a coating of gesso and then several layers of mist, finishing it off with some distress inking.
To finish, I wrapped the stem of my flower with a bit of twine before gluing down and adhered a sentiment to the center of the pattern circle.
The base of the second card is another Round Robin scrap: Devotion from Splash of Color’s Cotswald Manor Collection. I tried the Spellbinders die again, this time with a cereal box and it was thin enough to make a perfect cut. After priming it with gesso, I heat embossed it in several layers to match the lace border that I placed on each side. I finished it all off with a cluster of flowers and two metal keys.
I used scraps from the Delicate kit, along with layers of cardstock and a piece of stripped corrugated packaging to assemble my third entry. A bit a Prima vine, a metal heart and a length of upholstery thread and I called it done.
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A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.February 21, 2017 at 10:12 pm #457594
Peggy these cards are gorgeous!! It’s amazing what can be made from scraps. I love them allFebruary 21, 2017 at 10:56 pm #457604
And I agree about the scraps; I’ve finally decided to force myself to use them up at the end of the month; I’m so tired of having piles of bits and pieces that I never seem to use.
A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.February 22, 2017 at 9:42 pm #457651
Fabulous cards Peggy! Glad your using your scraps up! That’s a very pretty heart die.
ginny 🙂February 23, 2017 at 11:56 am #457657
Peggy, love these cards! I just ordered that Spellbinders die.
take time to smell the rosesFebruary 23, 2017 at 10:36 pm #457659February 24, 2017 at 1:28 am #457667
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