Thursday, May 12, 2016

PPA 300 - a sketch challenge


Sandra Conner created this super fun sketch for us this week! Come play along with us this week at Pals Paper Arts and see the design teams wonderful creations.

  • Look at this beautiful butterfly! These images from the Papillon Potpourri stamp set are gorgeous on their own and even more fun when you layer them.
  • I used the Petite Pairs Clear-Mount Stamp Set. Some things are better in pairs, like socks, people, and these little greetings. Use these pairings for two-part wishes that will be just right for a variety of occasions.This stamp set is retiring.
  • Hello Honey 5/8" Striped Cotton Ribbon is also retiring and currently on sale.
    Price: $7.00 $4.20



Below is a list of the products I used to create this project. Click on any of the images below to purchase or for additional information:



10 comments:

  1. Love your warm yellow and white together! Beautiful card! And the 3 butterfly is perfect!

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  2. Gorgeous. Love the yellow and white and the way your curved your sentiment for added dimension!

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  4. A beautiful sendoff for Hello Honey, Beth!

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  5. My first time on your blog and love this latest card. Yummy hello honey colors.

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  6. Love the monochromatic with the white. Truly a peaceful card!!

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  7. This is such a bright and cheery card, Beth! Just gorgeous in Hello Honey and the butterfly is perfect as the centerpiece! Plus, I love how you gave the banner some dimension.

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  8. Love your yellow monochrome card Beth it has inspired me for a baby boy card I need to make, thanks.

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