Monday, June 4, 2012

Lawnscaping Patterned Paper Challenge

Hi everyone and welcome to the first week of June. At Lawnscaping we have a new, fun patterned paper challenge for you sponsored by Simon Says Stamp.

Simon Says Stamp

And, here's my card using Lawn Fawn bright side patterned paper.

As you can see, I am going through the misting/spatter craze at the moment. :) For this card, I actually used Tatter Angel glimmer glaze and flick the brush gently to get the spatter. I hope you will play along. For more inspiration from the DT please check out Lawnscaping blog.

Next, is a couple cards I made for my SIL in Indonesia. She needed some cards and doesn't want to use store bought cards, so here I am happily stepping in. Last week, I made a similar card, HERE. This time I make it totally one layer and using the sentiment from Papertrey Mover & Shaker set.

I have this bird stamp for three years now and can't believe that I really haven't use it much till now. The bird design is so pretty and it helps in making a pretty and quick cards. Glad that this stamp is finally get some loving. :)

Have a great week, peeps!


Tenia Nelson said...

What wonderful cards dearie!

Virginia L. said...

Darling card with the pattern paper, Vera! I always love your cards with birds. These two are sweet!!

Kara Lynne said...

I think spatter is one of those techniques that once you start, you just can't stop. Thise are great cards. I love how that little bird is flying eye level with the flamingo, so cute!

Lalo said...

Fun Lawn fawn cute!!! That sis-in-law of yours is super lucky because the cards are beautiful!!!

Bethany Stellpflug said...

I love the bit of splatter on the first card! So sweet and cute! Have a nice day :)

Karin Åkesdotter said...

I know I've said it before - but I say it again (-: LOVE your style!!!
Hugs, Karin

Kristie W. said...

Cool cards!! I love the splatter look but haven't tried it yet...I'm not one to get too messy lol, but I'd really like too!

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