Thursday, September 23, 2010

Papercraft Star Challenge #14

Time for another challenge at Papercraft Star and this week's challenge was a Simon Says recipe. This card was really simple to make. We were to score the mat 5 times at 1/4" intervals so I decided to do that in two different directions. Next, I embossed all that white space with an embossing folder. I inked and stacked punched flowers and added button centers along with some leaves made from a Fred, She Said Designs digital image set. Last but not least is some wrapped hemp cording with a little charm and a handwritten sentiment.

Supplies

Papers: Bazzill, Great White cardstock
Stamp: leaves from Fred, She Said Designs Dahlia's digital stamp set
Inks+: Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, Dried Marigold, and Peeled paint Distress Inks
Tools: EK Success daisy punches, Scor-pal, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder
Miscellaneous: buttons, twine, charm


 Submissions can be made through 12:00 p.m. EST Saturday at the Papercraft Star blog. We've had some great giveaways for our followers and Facebook peeps and we've got tons of awesome prizes lined up for the upcoming challenges. This week's prize sponsor is Sunnygrls Fun Shoppe! Don't forget to come back after the submissions are closed and cast your votes for your favorites.
Have a great weekend!

15 comments:

  1. very pretty, tracy! love your flowers and that charm is so pretty! love the dry embossing and the score lines! thanks for sharing and have a great friday! i miss ya! hope all is well. *hugs* steph :)

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  2. THis is a really pretty card!...like the dry embossing on the background too.

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  3. This is such a pretty card Tracy. Fantastic interpretation of the challenge this week!

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  4. Oh so pretty Tracy! Your flowers are beautiful! I really like the contrast of the elegant charm on the rustic hemp! So lovely! Thank you!...Nancy :o)

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  5. This card is beautiful Tracy! The flowers are so pretty and the dry embossing really makes them pop! I am also loving the charm, so pretty! Great job!

    Regan

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  6. such a beautiful card! You Go Girl!

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  7. This is such a happy card.. The minute I saw your card it brought a big smile to my face...
    I love it... Hope you have a happy day..

    Hugs, Linda

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  8. Love this - simple but beautiful, love the scoring and embossing and those lovely flowers :o) Lisa x

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  9. This DID make me smile ! I loved it the minute I saw it, and ran out and bought a dotted swiss folder. I honestly had never thought about really using that folder til I saw this. Incredible choice of colors. LOVE IT !!!

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  10. Great card! i love that you inked the flower petals! :D

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  11. Oh I love the flowers and sweet embossed cardstock...and that adorable little heart charm. :)
    Hugs,
    Heather

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  12. I am having trouble leaving comment here agian Tracy, I tried a few times today but it just won't let me, but I think of a way! I used my little notebook, which is window and not Mac, and I gusss it works!
    I wanna say that the flowers are stunning, it is outstaning against the white embossed DP, I love this!

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  13. Hi dear Tracy, just drop you a line, my measurement on the crepe paper doily should be 28cm x 3cm instead of 6cm. Just in case you do give a shot. I've updated my post as well. Sorry about that!

    Hugs
    Lily

    P.s. Your twine looks so charming! A perfect touch!

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  14. Another great card Tracy, love the emobossed background and the little charm, great touch!

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