Saturday, October 1, 2011

3 Loops and a Throwdown Thank You

Lawn Fawn blog is having a


Make a thank you card using Lawn Fawn stamps and send it by Oct. 5.





I used Lawn Fawn's Bon Voyage to make the flowers (clouds on their sides),stems, and leaves (swirls). 

The sentiment was complimentary from Lawn Fawn (thank you!).


I also used the dotted lines to create an abstract background.


The loops are inspired by CAS-ual Friday's CFC#22



One thing I like to do now and again...is make either the back or front of a card smaller.  Last time the back was smaller, this time it's the front.


Just a little bit smaller.


You can also see the flowers closer.  I used my Memento markers and Copic markers to color them in, and then I stamped again a little off to the side.


My colors were inspired by Color Throwdown #161.


As for who I am thanking...I will hand-deliver this to my neighbor.


If I put it in an envelope...the loopies might go flat and not be as fun.

I made her gift here, but needed a card to go with it....so now I can deliver the goods (nice to have a deadline...the 5th!).

There's still time for you to make a thank you card and send it! ;)


THANK YOU for stopping in today. ;)

Info:


Lawn Fawn sentiment,Lawn Fawn Bon Voyage,Ellison Tim Holtz Rays embossing folder, MS ink,Memento ink,Creative Memories corner rounder,
Memento markers rich cocoa and new sprout,Copics (RV11 pink,YG03 yellow green,R27 Cadmium red,E33 sand,Piggy Tales ribbon and DP,Fiskar's rotary scallop blade,Uni-ball pen for faux stitching




5 comments:

  1. Very creative use of those clouds. They make great flowers..love it.

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  2. So sweet!
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!
    Laura

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  3. I love that loopy loop! So fun! Glad you had fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  4. Thank you so much for participating in our World Card Making Day Challenge! We just love your card. The way you used Bon Voyage is so brilliant!

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  5. Wow, you are creative! I love your flower/clouds!

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Thank you for your kind words and taking the time to stop in! ;)