Wednesday, October 2, 2019

WWC241 - Dawn's Feminine "Anything Goes" Challenge

Hello and welcome!  This week we are making "feminine" cards at the Watercooler Wednesday website and Dawn is our hostess.
Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid designer paper.

I was in need of some Get Well cards and I thought some daisy paper pieced inlays would be "feminine" and fun.  

Recipe:
  • I glued some Lawn Fawn "Perfectly Plaid" paper to cardstock and then die cut with Sugar Pea's Element Builder frame.  
  • I die cut the daisy from Newton's Nook Flower Trio from both the plaid paper/cardstock and then white card stock.  
  • I stamped the sentiment
  • I die cut the pink inner flower from a scrap of Yupo paper with alcohol ink. 
  • Next I inlaid the white daisy, added the pink layer and then added the center from the background.  

I really like how the card turned out.

Thanks for stopping by!
Karen
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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Karen. Love the die cut flower from the DSP.

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  2. How beautiful, Karen! I love the subtle colours of the plaid and the way you've inlaid the stitched flower. The scallops add such a perfect feminine touch!

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  3. Beautiful, clean placement and colors Karen! Lovely inlay! Thank you for sharing your work with us at INkspirational~

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  4. Love the whole design with the single flower being strategically placed for a clean look and feel. Looks beautiful! Thanks for joining our challenge at Inkspirational.

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  5. I love your beautiful simple design, Karen! The DP background really helps to highlight the pretty little flower!

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  6. This is so pretty!! I love the inlaid die cutting on this!!!

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  7. Simply stunning design...love the striking simplicity of that single, neat flower....it really "pop" against that designer paper.

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Thank you so much for stopping by! I enjoy reading all the comments.

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