Sunday, September 8, 2013

PPA170 & MOJO309 - Lacy & Lovely

The Pals Paper Arts is having a color challenge which I wanted to try so I combined it using the Mojo Monday 309 sketch desgined by Julee Tilman. If you would like to see all the wonderful inspirations, click here to go directly to the PPA170 challenge. The most important thing is to have fun with any challenge or challenges in this case.

Here is my card:
Here I used one of my favorite stamp sets called: Lacy & Lovely and started the background with one of the newest embossing folders called Stylish Stripes from the new Holiday Catalog. For the paper, I used the Regal DSP for the Crushed Curry and used Early Espresso cardstock for the matting behind it.

For the side flags, I used the Hearts Flutter Framelits and added some 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon (Midnight Muse). Also, here is a close up shot of the embossing folder in the background which I absolutely love.

For the center, I used the Delicate Doilies Sizzlits, than stamped the image using Midnight Muse and fuzzy cut, but before adding it on top of the doily, I added Stampin Dimensionals. From there, I stamped another flower and used my 1" circle and popped it on using dimensionals again. Added basic pearl to add finishing touches.

For the sentiment, I used a hostess stamp set called: Express Yourself which has a variety of words and perfect for any occasions along with the Word Window Punch. What do you think about today's card? Let me know, I would love to hear from you.

Below is a list of supplies used for today's card - click on any items to start shopping!!

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  1. Love the doily as the focal point! Very pretty card!

  2. Beautiful card, Mikki! Love the stamped medallion! Such a great contrast to the chevron and polka dot patterns!

  3. You've combined so many patterns just beautifully! What a wonderful card!

  4. This is so pretty! Love that you used this set with these colours too! Great to "see" you!

  5. Hi Mikki! This is a gorgeous card - I love the doily as the focal image. You really used the Sketch to its advantage. Slanted panels always scare me off so kudos to you!


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