Saturday, July 5, 2014

Lost Lagoon Flower Patch, PPA210 & FMS143


Hello, friends! It was quite a soggy July 4 here in N.Y. yesterday. Grilling was done under an umbrella! That's OK. It was a perfect day to cozy up in the stamp room. I came up with this little number for two challenges featuring the Flower Patch stamp set and coordinating Flower Fair Framelits.


My inspiration was the dreamy color combo at Pals Paper Arts and the clean layout at Freshly Made Sketches.



The large flower and the leaves were cut with the Framelits and the smaller flower layers cut out by hand. I used one strand of Pool Party Thick Baker's Twine to make my bow. The In Color Sequins are quite chameleon-like and pick up whatever shade they are next to, I think! 


Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Flower Patch
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Basic Gray, Pool Party
Designer Series Paper: Moonlight
Ink Pads: Smoky Slate, Basic Gray, Lost Lagoon
Tools: Big Shot, Circles Framelits, Flower Fair Framelits, Essentials Paper Piercing Pack, Piercing Tool & Mat
Accessories: Pool Party Thick Baker's Twine, In Color Sequins

Thanks for visiting today and please leave a comment!




9 comments:

  1. Wowza, this is a stunner! I predict this will WIN!

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  2. This is be-you to fully done! Just gorgeous in every way!

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  3. I have to agree with Linda and LeAnne, stunning. The flower is absolute perfection.

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  4. Sandy, I just love what you have done with this card...it's perfect! And you may have sold me on this set (lol). Love it!!

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  5. Great card Sandy! I love that stamp set and can't wait to play with it more! The sequins look fabulous! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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  6. This is a stunner, Sandy! I'm with Shannon, you may have sold me on this set, with your beautiful presentation! TFS!

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  7. Your card is gorgeous, Sandy! Congratulations on your win! XX

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  8. Love your card. I think I may CASE it for my July class which is featuring the many uses of the Flower Patch. Thank you for sharing.

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