Make A Splash

This week in our part of Ontario, we have been in an extreme heat wave (with crazy humidity!). When I sat down to create all that I could think about was differnet ways to keep cool!

Make A Splash

What a cute pattern of Designer Paper! I felt that the pattern could speak for itself and that is why I did not use as many embellishments on this card as usual. I just loved the paper patterns and as you all know I love bling so the thicker sticker alphabet that I used seemed like a great choice!

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Paper: Whirlpool CS (Bazzill); Early Espresso CS, Peach Parfait CS (Stampin’ Up!); Splash Collection DP (Echo Park)

Accessories: bone folder, Stampin’ Dimensionals (Stampin’ Up!); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); Glitter Foam Thickers (Amy Tangerine); ABC stickers (Lilybee Designs); 3D Phrases gel coated stickers (Recollection – Michael’s Craft Store)


Butterfly Blessings

I just love bling!!!!   Coating the chipboard butterflies just added the extra touch that this card needed as I felt that the patterns in the Designer Paper that I used kind of stood out on its own.

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Stamps: Signature Greetings (papertrey ink)

Ink: Early Espresso Classic ink (Stampin’ Up!); VersaMark ink (Tsukineko)

Paper: Riding Hood Red CS, Pink Pirouette CS (Stampin’ Up!); Smooth Ivory CS, Java CS (Bazzill); Madeline Collection (Prima Marketing)

Accessories: bone folder, Scallop Edge border punch , Stampin’ Dimensionals, Decorative Label punch, paper snips (Stampin’ Up!); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); Mini Butterflies chipboard set (Maya Road); Princess Pink embossing glitter, Amber Rose embossing glitter (WOW! Embossing); Heat It! tool (Ranger)


Have a wonderful weekend!

4 replies on “Make A Splash”

  1. The papers and patterns really do make a great focal point on the Splash card. It’s as cute as can be (and CAS, which gets extra points). The complementary matting colors really jazz it up, but subtly. The water bubbles/droplets are new to me. Thanks for another great tutorial.

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