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Friday, February 14, 2014

BC355: Use 2 or more patterned papers

Happy Friday, Happy Valentine's Day, Happy Birthday to my beloved hubby!!!
Hope you are staying warm where ever you may be-we are finally melting away here in GA and I'll be so glad when Spring rolls around the corner and baseball season starts.

First I'm going to start off with a card the kids are giving their Dad for his birthday/Valentine.  I saw this card on SCS and wanted to do something similar...love how it turned out!

I took the Lawn Fawn Stitched Journal card die to cut out my card layer and then used the hearts to make a pattern on the card.  I adhered some different colored card stock onto the inside.

Card details:
Stamps: Avery Elle-Oh Happy Day
Cardstock: Real Red, Pink Pirouette, Rose Red
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
Embellishments: sequins, Lawn Fawn Stitched Journal die


My next card is for this weeks Blogger's Challenge which is to use 2 or more patterned papers.  This was super easy for me to do, I love using patterned paper.

This was actually a card I hadn't posted to my blog yet but that I had made awhile ago.  I really liked how simple it was to create.

I don't remember exactly what sets I used, but know that I used some Authentique papers for it.

Hope you will join us over at Blogger's Challenge this week!


Lori said...

Great designs! Love the sweet card from your kids to their dad and the earthy colors and mix of papers on your thank you card.

Stef H said...

both are absolutely fabulous.
that heart card is awesome!

sure hope spring is around the corner and the sun is shining for you and melting all that snow. we got lots of it here in IL too!
come on spring!!!!

hugs :)

Kristen said...

Kim, Both of these are are super sweet. I hope you had a great V-day!

Kay Wallace said...

Two great cards, Kim! I know you are Queen of the CAS technique, but you always manage to make each one special! Well done! Mwah! KayW

Monika/Buzsy said...

Sweet cards Kim. Love the color change on the row of hearts on the first one.

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