Hey everyone! Back again with a fun square card I made recently. This image from Saturated Canary was coloured with my Prisma Colour Pencils.
I love all the layers on this card, even though it is rather simple when it comes to product used, one paper pad, a couple die cuts, and the sentiment is from a chipboard sheet I have in my stash. The white card stock behind all the pattern papers help break them up and not look to busy layered on top of each other.
Saturated Canary – Waiting for Spring (digi stamp)
We R Memory Keepers – Love Notes – 6×6 Pad
EK Success – Mini Pennant Punch set
My Minds Eye – Jubilee – Wild Berry – Die cuts
Prisma colour Pencils
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So a while ago I was thinking about how I have been been making so many cards lately, but yet I have used virtually no patterned paper. If you know me at all through twitter, or when I use to do Ustream shows, you would know that I have a ridiculous amount of patterned paper. So I went digging and pulled out some of my old patterned paper, this is a graphic 45 8×8 pad, I can’t remember off hand what collectons I used, but if you really want to know I will dig around and find out for you.
I did a bunch of different layers of paper on here, I used the small banner punch for the banner along the top, the lace punch along the bottom is a Martha Stewart punch.
Making this card, reminded me why I love patterned paper, the simplicity of using nothing but patterned paper and a simple Happy Birthday stamp set. I guess that means I need to keep making more cards and try and get through some of the paper I have, that should only take me 5-10 years haha!
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Well here it is! I love this card! The layout is based on the bi-weekly challenge over at the Scrapadabadoo Facebook Page.
This is the sketch for the card!
I used a fun little image Pollycraft Breeze Rubber Stamp from CC Designs, she is coloured with my Copic Markers. All the patterned paper used in this card is from Bo-Bunny Lemonade Stand 6×6 paper pad.
The backround paper is made using my Peerless Watercolours. The banner is made with the EK Success Mini Pennant Punch Set .
The little doilies on here are so cute, I love that die! The Cottage Cutz Mini Doily Die (there is one left in stock on the garage sale at Scrapadabadoo at the time of writing this blog post for $2!)
The enamel dots I used were from Prima, and are now sold out but there are lots of different ones in the store like these from Teresa Collins that would work wonderfully.