Thursday, September 17, 2015

Golden Hello!


Hello there!  Are you ready to get sketchy?  This week's Pals Paper Arts challenge is a sketch that can be clean and simple or dressed up nicely.  Grab your provisions and create something fun, and head on over to link it up for your chance to be a PALS pick.



Gold foil?  Yes please!  I love how easy it is to die cut the Hello You framelits.  One of my new favorite things, the framelits are a good size and add a lot of punch!

Speaking of impact, this card is full of framelits, the beautiful flower is one die cut from the floral frames framelits, just crumple up a bunch and separate the card stock layers.  Are you missing the starburts framelits?  I am, so I was happy to see this small starburst in the baker's box thinlets set, (I have to say it motivated me to purchase it) it makes a perfect landing point for my sentiment.


My leaves are from the flower fair framelits, stamped in versamark with the Amazing Birthday stamp for some fun stripes.  Gold sequin trim adds another type of leaf.


I cannot forget to mention yet again the Pretty Petals DSP pack.  I have made a bunch of different types of cards from this paper pack alone, there are prints for every occasion!


This might look like it will be hard to mail, but that's not the case, the flower is soft and will flatten enough in an envelope made from our envelope punch board.

This is definitely a card mostly made with my big shot, it is an invaluable tool.  There are two pretty framelit sets included in the weekly specials, head over and take a look.

Thank you so much for stopping by today, let me know if you have any questions, I am happy to answer them, Hope you were inspired, enjoy!


4 comments:

Mary Fish said...

The gold and gold "hello" looks so plush over your pretty flower!

Patti MacLeith said...

Beautiful bloom and details, Sandie! Such a cute card.

Dawn Tidd said...

Gorgeous way to say "hello" to someone. All that cranking with the Big Shot was definitely worth it!

Katy McGloin said...

I adore this card, Sandie! Your details are exquisite! And thanks for the reminder of the starburst die... I loved the ones that were retired (but still have them, LOL)...

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