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Sunday, June 8, 2014

Away we go - PCCCS # 96

Paper Craft Crew Card Sketch # 96


Good Sunday

Hope your weekend was a wonderful one.The weather was great yesterday but today it is kind of gray and very humid. I am afraid rain is on the way! 

So a perfect day to play with the card sketch challenge over at Paper Craft Crew, and using some of the new Designer Series papers. I was the lucky winner of a pack of this wonderful DSP called Flashback, at our monthly demo meeting. Oh WOW, cameras! I could not wait to use it on a card. So here it is:
 

And here is the fun sketch that inspired this design.
 


Stampin'Up Products
Cardstocks: Basic Black – Real Red 
DSP: Flashback (133699)
Specialty: Naturals Ivory
Marker: Basic Black
Ink: Black Stazon
Stamp Set: Around the World (131083)
Punch: Angled Tag Topper (133323)
Embellishments: Essential Wooden Elements (132258) - Eclectic Paper Pierce Pack (133778)
Non Stampin’Up!: Filmstrip

So let me know what you think. The paper really makes the card. Not much else was needed. I stamped the Away we go sentiment from the Around the World stamp set on a wooden word bubble and cut some little ballons from a 'vintage' DSP, a little bit of paper piercing on the small strip of tag, and voilà!

Thank you so much for your visit and leave me a comment; it always makes my day!

Comments:

Congrats again Louise on being the winner at our monthly meeting! Your card is terrific! Bet that was one of your hubby's favourites!

Posted by Jamilla on June 09, 2014 at 07:34 AM #

Thank you Jamilla. I was so happy to get that DSP.... WOW. I had to use it and I did not want to hide it all under the tag so I "cheated" a little bit by using this film strip from my stash. And yes I think my DH was as excited as I was when I came home and showed him what I had won!!! LOL (He loved the card too)

Posted by Louise on June 09, 2014 at 09:38 AM #

This card is so awesome Louise! i love the look of the DSP but esp the way you've used the filmstrip die and is that some window sheet there too? Just love it! Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Craft Crew :-)

Posted by Jan M on June 23, 2014 at 08:13 AM #

Thank you so much Jan. That filmstrip is made of window sheet, you can actually insert a photo in between but I wanted to see through and not block the view of the DSP. I tried vellum but it did not work as well. Thanks for dropping by!

Posted by Louise on June 23, 2014 at 09:52 AM #

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