Thursday, June 12, 2014

Pals Paper Arts 207

Hello!  Team 2 is back this week with a color challenge for  PPA 207.  Follow the link to play.

Here are this week's colors:


(I substituted Night of Navy because Midnight Muse is retired and no longer available).

I live in Southern New England and it is not uncommon to see wooden 'flags' made from old fence pickets hung on buildings for outdoor decoration.  I thought it would be fun to try to create one from card stock using this week's colors.

There is not much to explain about this card.  I stamped some Whisper White cards stock with Real Red ink using the Hardwood stamp.  I did the same with Whisper White Craft Ink on Real Red card stock.  Then I cut 'pickets'.  I stamped Night of Navy on Night of Navy Card stock for the field of blue under the stars.  The stars were punched from the Itty Bitty Accents star punch from Whisper While that was stamped in Night of Navy with the Hardwood stamp.

The sentiment is from Endless Birthday Wishes.




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19 comments:

  1. Diane, this 4th of July card is wonderful! I don't generally make cards for the 4th but this year I am casing your card to share with family and co-workers. This is definately a WOW card. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Love your card. So striking and simple.

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  3. Love the way you turned the Hardwood stamp into a flag! So creative. It's a GREAT patriotic card suitable for so many things!

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  4. Great card Diane and so clever!

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  5. Diane, this literally takes my breath away!!! I cannot remember EVER seeing something so creative and awe-inspiring that was so easily created. I will be using this technique!

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  6. This is fantastic! Love the way you cut the wood!

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    1. Thanks, Michelle, and I didn't even need a saw!

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  7. Wow!!! Absolutely genius!! Fabulous job with the creativity!!

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  8. Creative use of the stamps, Diane. This is great.

    Thanks for sharing

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