Card again

Making cards is really fun! We’ve been experimenting with different techniques, and we’re amazed with the results achieved.

Today we used Prima’s Rossi Belle collection for this card inspired from the CAT sketch.

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This project was submitted for:

Prima CAT November Challenge

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Love and Geometry

Love is such an inexplicable feeling and geometry is a contrast, a logical, scientific concept.

We’ve combined the two themes and created this card today. We created this one to spread love, happiness, warmth in someone’s life.

This was created for Papericious November Challenge Falling in Love with fall and stuck to love as our theme. We used their Damask Delight Paper Collection and Jute cord for this card. Geometry comes from Lulupu’s Challenge 67.

We’ve created a napkin fold card. Our paper choice has been made keeping in mind geometric figures. Our main card insert also incorporates shapes like square, oval, circle, heart, cylinder and rectangle.

Here is our card:

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This card was submitted for:

Papericious November Challenge Falling in Love with fall

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Lulupu’s Challenge 67 Geometric

 

Country roads take me home

Today we combined two challenges to create this layout. Its a special one, pun intended.

We created this for More Than Words November, 2016 challenge and DCWV November Stack-a-holic 2016 challenge.  We were also inspired by the Theme Autumn and Metallics from Mixed Media Mojo Blog.

We used the DCWV sketch of the month and used papers from the Recollections- Flora Festival Collection. The words Special from MTB challenge got us thinking and took us down memory lane. We’ve re-created that Special Place for a daughter- her parents’ home (filled with love, comfort, a sense of belonging and longing). For something old we used our postcard picture we’ve had in our stash for a while now, for something new we used our new sentiment tiles, for something borrowed- we borrowed lines from John Denver’s song “Country Roads Take Me Home”and we definitely used something blue as our background.

Here’s our layout:

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This project was submitted for:

More Than Words November 2016 challenge

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DCWV November  2016 stack-a-holic challenge

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Mixed Media Mojo November 2016 Challenge

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