Saturday, January 15, 2011

Prints Prints Prints

This week's challenge is to use 3 very different prints on a creation!

Here's what I came up with:
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I would have taken pictures of the products used or listed them for you on this one, but it was all scraps. This is my favorite Thank You stamp, it's made by Hippo Heart of San Mateo, CA; I have no idea how long I've had it.


11 comments:

  1. I SWEAR I will play. I WILL PLAY.

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  2. Nice use of scraps.love the print for the flower stem. Sweet card.

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  3. Where is Mr. Linky? Not that I need to post something right now, but when I get back from Napa tomorrow I really MUST create something and I always use many patterns. I bet one (or five) of the cards I made last weekend fit into thins...but I will make something new.:)

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  4. Sorry about that! I've got Mr. Linky there now

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  5. so cute! i love that paper, i have some its BG i think

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  6. I`ve posted my card and I might try and get a better photo but it turned out really nice. Enjoying the challenges. :D

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  7. I posted a layout. I might make more.:) I LOVE uses multiple patterns.

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  8. Here's my first layout for one of your challenges!

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  9. Great challenge! I paired it with a sketch challenge from Sketch Inspirations and a color challenge from Apron Strings Designs Blog, although I did not meet the submission deadlines for either of those challenges, LOL! I LOVE how this page turned out. I used pieces of the letter puzzle that Amanda and Eric are doing in the pictures as embellishments.

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  10. Great challenge this week, since I don't use a lot of prints, I got to play outside of the norm!

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  11. I posted my entry......used BG SugarRush, thanks for the challenges! I could also use the posted pix from the sticker challenge, but you can't really see that one of the yellow's has a print on it! :o) one for each is good! :o) Jenni (Mom2Two)

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