Happy Tuesday! It's time for a new challenge over at Shopping Our Stash. This week we ask you to make a Thanks or Thanksgiving card. Couldn't be easier!
For my card I went 100% with stuff laying on my desk:
Online Card Classes Holiday Card Workshop. That's right, I took a Holiday Card Workshop even though I rarely make holiday cards. That's because the techniques and ideas can be use for any card, not just for the holidays. I love those classes.
I used lots of tiny dots of Glossy Accents to stick down the die-cut panel. I tried lots of other things and that one seemed to work the best. The striped papers were out on my desk from this card, so I opened and used my MFT Postage Stamp edge die on a piece of it. I trimmed off a sliver to place beneath the die-cut panel.
The flower parts were out on my desk, left over from this card. I actually used an eyelet for the center, then filled it with Liquid Pearls. The sentiment was out on my desk, too. The Kraft panel was from my recently-organized remnant box. Stuff is amazingly easy to find, now!
Now it's YOUR turn! Go into your stash and make a Thanks or Thanksgiving card, then come back to Shopping Our Stash and link us up so we can see what you've made!
Thanks for stopping by!
Products used but not linked below: Bazzill white card stock, misc Kraft and white card stock, Making Memories white eyelets.
how much do i ♥LOVE♥ this??! lemme count the ways: kraft base!!! sequin scrim! teeeeeeeeeeeeeny dots of liquid pearls!!! (centered perfectly & not smeared all over the card, one cannot help but jealously notice!!!!) TWINE!!!!!!!!!!!!! fab flower!!!! i could keep going, but fear the world supply of exclamation points might become dangerously low. i'm all about public service, ya know! :) ♥♥♥ReplyDelete
I feel just as enthusiastic about this card as Lauren. You nailed this card in every way. Love it!ReplyDelete
Yes, what Lauren said - I don't think I can add anything to that :-) I do love that flower die and the LP dots, too.ReplyDelete
I love the postage stamp edge-great card. Pat M.ReplyDelete
WOW!!! LOVE IT! Really like the look of the different colored liquid pearls in the tiny circles - and just love the entire card! Fabulous!ReplyDelete
I won't be far away at all since I love all your cards and will stop by often - enjoyed being on the DT with you so much over at Shopping Our Stash!
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I love that postage-y looking edge! And hey, I used eyelets the other day. Must be something in the air :)ReplyDelete
Liquid pearls! I've been playing with those a TON lately. It might be because I just got all the colors. So fun!ReplyDelete
Leslie, your card is adorable! Love polka dots and stripes! Your idea of filling in some of the open dots with Liquid Pearls is amazing...great look! And that flower...perfect!ReplyDelete
Lauren said it perfectly :) as usual :) This is an adorable card! Don't you love using your stash and making something this wonderful? Great card!ReplyDelete
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