Another week, another Pals Paper Arts Challenge and time for you to stretch your abilities! Using the sketch above, create a card, scrapbook page or any paper project and upload it to our blog. Then you are "playing along" with our design team and other paper crafting friends on the internet! Check out the blog for more inspiration!
I began by choosing Island Indigo as my starting color. Next, I chose the Regals Paper Stack for my patterned paper. I needed an image that could be punched from a circle punch, so I chose to isolate one of the images from Apothecary Art. Next, I chose two more colors for my palette: Crumb Cake and Whisper White.
I wanted to make my vertical banner special, so I used an everyday banner shape in Whisper White and on top of that, I layered an Island Indigo Chalk Talk Framelit. It fits perfectly.
For the horizontal element across the top, plain card stock wouldn't work for me, and I already had two patterns going. So I opened my ribbon drawer, and there was a delicious roll of Crumb Cake 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain ribbon. Perfect! My Whisper White matt is adhered using Stampin' Dimensionals so the ribbon would be accommodated without a wrinkle.
I hope you enjoyed looking and that you are inspired to join our challenge at Pals Paper Arts! Have a great day, but don't forget to leave a comment before you move on--I love reading them all!
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Sketch For You Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Crumb Cake, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper: Regals Stack
Stamps: Apothecary Art
Ink: Island Indigo
Big Shot: Chalk Talk Framelits
Punches: 1" and 1-1/4" Circle, 1" Square (to make banner flag)
Embellishments: 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon in Crumb Cake
I love that layered banner, cute idea! And the Crumb Cake stripes are striking.
Hmmm wish I had thought of that striped grosgrain ribbon! Looks great as the cross piece!
Patti love how you did this card with the yummy large stripped ribbon! So cool. and the new lagoon blue is fab!
Clean and classic. Love the use of Crumb Cake and blue!
Such a sharp looking card!
Great color combo Patti! The geometric shapes are fantastic.
Love this! You could even tweak the colors to make a patriotic card!
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