Thursday, February 25, 2010

Pals Paper Arts Inspiration #31



Welcome to the Pals Paper Arts Inspiration Challenge. How will you interpret something from the four-frame photo below? Birds? Colors? Four sections? It's up to you! You can create something and upload it using Mr. Linky on our Pals site. You can also be chosen as a Pals Paper Artist Pick of the week! We post those on Wednesdays. Play along--it's fun!


I took the colors from the upper right portion of the photo, and of course used the bird theme. There are so many possibilities with this photo. How will it inspire you?

Shopping List:
Card Stock: Basic Black, Going Gray, Whisper White, Old Olive
Designer Series Paper: Lovely Flowers Hostess
Stamps: Tiny Tags
Ink: Old Olive
Accessories: Birds and Blooms & Little Leaves Dies, brad, Basic Black grosgrain ribbon


Inside I kept a clean black and white theme with Whisper White card stock and one Going Gray Little Leave die cut.

As usual, you can shop for Stampin' Up! products using my website.

9 comments:

Regina (TheStampin'Bean) said...

Patti! This is so elegant. I love the monochromatic look of it and you really used those punches to their best advantage! XO

Ann Schach said...

Wow, Patti! I love this layout! The medallions are beautiful!

Cards by Gina said...

As I already told you, your card is so beautiful! I love the colors, the design, and the way you put everything together. Great job on the challenge!

Crystal said...

Beautiful Patti, great layout and images!

Carla Bazhenow said...

Such a pretty card. Love the four squares layout. Hugs,

Tiffany said...

Beautiful card Patti! Nice color combination and I like the shadow look you created with the leaves.

Mary Fish said...

Your the first one for the PPA challenge I have seen who used the four square layout from the inspiration photo. Very cool. Hugs, M

Linda Callahan said...

I like how you did a four square as well - very nice Miss Patti! And I love the spring green :)

Kim said...

Ooooo Patti, what a great interpretation!! GREAT card and design work!