You just wait until I cut into them too... lol
I pulled out the Hoopla papers for the first card. This collection is the best proof that whoever said that "blue and green should not be seen", had to be insane.
I love the melancholic look that these two give when paired together.
My card was inspired by this beauty, by my fellow DT Member and a terrific artist, Laurie.
Glitz Design "Hoopla " papers: Polka, Cake, Frames, Zebra
Glitz Design "Circle Flourish" Stamp
Other: cardstock: white; stamps: PTI (Guide Lines Two), Waltzingmouse Stamps (Vintage Labels 10), The Craft's Meow (Celebrating You); ink: Memento (Tuxedo Black, Bahama Blue), Distress Ink (Frayed Burlap); border punch: EK Success; sewing machine; Nestabilities Labels 10; seam binding; Leafy Branch die: Taylored Expressions; paper flower; Ice Stickles; pearls: Kaisercraft
With my next card, I pushed feminine to the maximum, and filled the space with roses...
I'm seriously addicted to the Laced With Grace Floral paper, so I fugured I should make the card where it plays the main role. No covering it with stuff, let the design shine! I even enhanced the look with the rosey transparency, from the same line. I've been hoarding this one for a long time, it's just too beautiful.
Glitz Design "Laced With Grace" paper: Rose, Floral, Butterflies
Glitz Design "Laced With Grace" Whatnot
Glitz Design "Laced With Grace" Peek-A-Boo
Other: cardstock: cream; stamp: Layers Of Color (Sent With Love); ink: Memento (London Foig), Distress Ink (Frayed Burlap); Shapeabilities Ribbon Tags Trio; string; ; border punch: EK Success; fabric leaves; paper flower; Sprinkles: AnnaBelle Stamps; scor-Buddy
I added interest to the background paper (Rose), by scoring vertical lines with my Scor-Buddy. The effect reminds me of a weathered wooden panel, which again intensifies the romantic feel to this card. I really like how these two turned out, I hope you like them too :)
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