Thursday, April 30, 2015

Thinking of You

I finally found time to make a card for the PTI Make it Monday challenge. Lizzie shares her great ideas on softening patterns using vellum. You can find the video HERE.

The graphic design was made using the chevron or arrow stamp from Postmarks. I don't really even know what that design is called, but I thought it would make a fun, graphic background so I stamped it using Limeade Ice and Hawaiian Shores ink. The sentiment is from Graceful Greetings.

I'm also entering this card into the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge
Thanks so much for looking! Blessings~ Birgit

12 comments:

  1. Oh I love this, Birgit! So pretty. :)

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  2. This is wonderful! Love your stamped bg pattern and with the vellum - yep, awesome!

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  3. Beautiful! I love the pop of yellow your sentiment.

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  4. Graphic design is refreshing & your 70s colors perfect! A wonderful card!

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  5. Great background Birgit and I love the very top of your card to hide the adhesive of the vellum...great idea!! :0)

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  6. This is amazing, Birgit. I love your colors and design, and I need to check my postmarks set because this is an amazing graphic stamp that I had no idea I had.

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  7. Gorgeous card! Such a wonderful design! So pretty!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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  8. Such an amazing background! Fab color combo too!

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  9. Very Pretty! Love the colors you chose!

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  10. Birgit, you amaze me! Never would have thought to use this stamp for it's 'wallpaper' effect, but the colors, and all over pattern is wonderful! Love the double scalloped top too!

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  11. Great colors and background stamping, Birgit! Your scalloped edges work perfectly to hide adhesive for attaching vellum. Just lovely!

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  12. Absolutely beautiful Love the colors and the background that you made. That sweet double scalloped top is the bomb!

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