Monday, March 6, 2017

w&w 3rd Birthday Bash | Special Guest Star Emily Leiphart Take Two

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Today marks the last day of our 3rd Birthday Bash (all good things must come to an end, right?).  What a bash it has been--The Talent have been amazing with their challenge inspiration, all of you commenting and contributing your awesome challenge projects have also been incredible not to mention our sensational special guest stars!  A huge thank you to everyone for making our 3rd Birthday Bash such a blast.   Remember you still have thru tonight (CST) to upload your challenge submissions and/or enter our The GIGANTIC Giveaways...more details HERE.

I feel truly honored to have Emily Leiphart back for a second post as our last 3rd Birthday Bash special guest star.  If you did not see her first post you really must (!)...CLICK HERE.  

Now I turn you over to Emily....



I'm back on the Winnie & Walter blog for my second post as a Special Guest Star for their 3rd Birthday Bash celebrations! I'm so in love with the Typecast: Cary Letters Cutaways and I wanted to use them in a very different way from Friday's video post


Today's card features the Typecast: Cary Letters Cutaways front and centre as the star. I used the stripes from Scenery: Stripes and three different ombre inks to create a background behind the die cut letters.


The scripted honey word is from Sentimental: Endearments and we love you is from Sentimental: Love. I left out the negative pieces from the letters since I wanted to stamp a word in the o and having completely open letters shows off the ombre stripes.


Don't forget, you have until 11:55 p.m. CST tonight to enter the birthday challenges to win a $75 gift certificate, a chance to be a special guest star and the grand prize giveaway!

Thanks so much to Winnie & Walter for having me as a 3rd Birthday Bash Special Guest Star! I always have so much fun creating with these amazing products!!


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11 comments:

  1. Superb card!! Love it :) the ombre striped background looks awesome through those gaps.

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  2. great use of the negative space!

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  3. What a beautiful look, with the stripes showing through the die-cut letters!

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  4. This looks so
    cool!
    Carla from Utah

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