Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Boldly Laura

Hey everyone! It's Laura here and I'm very happy to be bringing you another project. For my card, I was inspired by Kate Spade erasers. (Click HERE to see the picture.). The stripes and bright colors made my heart happy.

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First, I adhered a tiny strip of bright lime paper on a standard size card. I used a scrap op patterned paper from the Summer Lovin' paper pad from Carta Bella, but any lime cardstock would work. Then, I took a piece of white cardstock (measures 4 1/4 inch x 5 1/4 inch) and adhered strips of washi black washi tape. At first, I didn't know what to do so I adhered some Pretty Pink Posh sequins and wood veneer stars on that piece. 

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After adhering the striped piece on my card using foam adhesive, it was time for a sentiment. I die cut a small tag and heat embossed some sparkly stars on there using the Winnie & Walter Big Bang Confetti stamp set. Then, I created an ombré look using a lime colored ink. For the greeting, I heat embossed two stamps from the Bubble Talk stamp set. This is my favorite Winnie & Walter stamp set. Why? Because I love those two fonts together! :) 

That's it for today! Thank you so much stopping by!

Laura


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10 comments:

  1. Love this card, Laura - and I can see how the KS erasers inspired you! She has a gorgeous stationary range. I was wondering how you did the stripes - brilliant idea (so perfect).

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  2. love this card Laura!! love the embossed sentiment.. nice eraser...
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  3. Laura, the lime and black combination is stunning! I love the Bubble Talk stamp set too!

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  4. Love the stripes and the lime pop! the sprinkling of embellishments look great!

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  5. Love the confetti stamp set! Looks awesome on the card!

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  6. DELIGHTFUL card Laura!!!
    LOVE the B&W with the POP of lime, LOVE the contrast with the sequins & wood veneers too!!!
    Very COOL technique to use the washi to create your stripes - I will definitely be trying it :)

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  7. How have I missed your company? I just discovered you because of Paper Crafts Connection. I love your stamps!

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  8. Brilliant card! Its quite different from your normal cards yet but yet I can see your style in there with all those beautiful sequins. Gorgeous!

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