Good Thursday to you and welcome to the latest Pals Paper Arts Challenge, a sketch by our own Margaret Moody!
I'll be honest, this was a real challenge for me! I made three cards that did NOT make the cut! Finally, I was pleased with this card and it really wasn't that hard, just a matter of figuring out what I wanted to do with the shapes given. I stuck with the same paper and colors the entire ride! I hope you enjoy and that you will accept the challenge this week! I'd love to read your comments, so please leave one for me!
I really like how this matted circle looks with my isolated "hello." I didn't use the entire stamp, which says, "hello there" so I only inked the "hello" part. It fits nicely inside the circle-type doodle from Mosaic Madness.
Hello Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler,
Designer Series Paper: Modern Medley
Stamps: Mosaic Madness, Happy Day
Ink: Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler
Big Shot: Finishing Touches Edglits
Punches: 1-3/8" and 1-3/4" circles
Embellishments: 1/2" Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding
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Love the zig-zag edges and the hello sentiment resting on the shape from Moasic Madness! Great card!
I can't imagine what didn't make the cut but this one is great! Love the DSP and zig-zag trim. Great card, Patti!
Very pretty. I love that ribbon. I thought it would be hard to do angles; but, I got the diagonal plate and wow did it make it easy. Great product. I like the sentiment too. The zig zag pieces are a great added touch. Thanks for sharing.
Love the combo of black & red Patti. Very eye catching card!
Oh so classy! Great color combo -so rich looking!
you must be smiling . . . this looks like a perfectly packaged gift. gorgeous!
I think it is beautiful, the black and red is such a great color combo, great job Patti!
Black and white is so classy and I love when Red is introduced too. Such a great pop of color.
Beautiful, Patti! So elegant and classy. The Cherry Cobbler zig-zag edges are perfect against the crisp white.
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