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Thursday is here; it's time for the Pals Paper Arts Challenge and this week it is a sketch:
I need a little gift bag for a birthday gift this week, so I decided to use this week's sketch to create my bag. It is a bag that measures 3" X 5" not including the handles. The tags are removable and can be used as gift tags or bookmarks. This wonderful DSP is called Etcetera. As you can see, this project is all about the paper. The only stamping is the sentiment; all the other images are cut from this beautiful paper.
So now it is your turn-let the sketch inspire you or follow the link to Pals Paper Arts and see all of this week's inspirational creations. Have fun and Happy Stamping!
Have you seen the sketch challenge over at The Paper Players this week? Follow the link to check it out!
Here is the card I am submitting:
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My colors are Melon Mambo and Whisper White. I used various images from Daydream Medallions stamp set and dies cuts from the Floral Frames Framelits. I also used the Edgelits Adorning Accents for the right side of the card front edge. I lines the inside of the card with Whisper White cut 4.25" X 5.5" (the same size as the card front) to show off the fancy edge.
The Friday Mashup is a fun challenge. Follow the link to see this week's one layer nautical theme card.
Here is my card:
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This week has been my week for baby boy cards; two in a row now. It is always good to have a variety of cards on hand for friend and family occasions.
This is a one layer card with a baby nautical theme. The boat image is from a retired Stampin' Up! set called Moving forward. Because this challenge is a one layer card, I couldn't wrap the twine around a layer and fasten on the back. Instead, I made tiny slits in the corners of the card and pulled the twine trough to the back. To make the twine lay flat I put some Tombo on my thumb and index finger and pulled the twine through my fingers a few times so that it had a very light coating of the glue. Then I was able to place the twine down on the card and it stayed in place.
The pennants image is from a Sale-A-Bration set, available free with a $50 purchase, until March 31st.
Are you ready for a sketch challenge this week? I hope you will join us and play along. Margaret Moody has provided us a wonderful sketch this week:
My card was constructed using some of the FREE product that are still available as part of Sale-A Bration. But time is running out. On March 31 Sale-A-Bration end, but there is still time to place an order of $50 and get a FREE product of your choice. Here is the Sale-A Bration catalog PDF for you to browse. There are many free items from which to choose.