Monday, February 22, 2010

Everything But the Kitchen Sink

I liked the EBKS sketch, and decided to use a new and an old Hero Arts stamp. The cling Flower Box is paper-pieced, pop-dotting the biggest flower, and also raising the panel above the card.

Supplies: CG127 Flower box, E4147 Sunshine and Flowers

22 comments:

  1. You do rock the paper piecing technique! Love those colors, feels like Spring is near! :)

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  2. GORGEOUS result with the paper-piecing! Love your new look for the blog-so refreshing and lovely!!

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  3. Wow, stunning card. Love how you mixed the two stamps. Great effect.

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  4. Oooh, I LOVE these colors, Lin! Did you make your own DPs? So pretty!

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  5. These colours are fabulous and love the striped flower!

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  6. Very cute... love the bright colors! Thanks so much for playing along with our challenge!

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  7. AWESOME!! Love the bright colors and you always do such great paper piecing Lin!

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  8. Beautiful coordination of colors !

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  9. Oh I love how you designed this. Not only are the colors so bright and beautiful but you used a darker color for the sentiment. Most often the sentiment is left white or blank. I love that you "shook" it up a little! Oz

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  10. Lovely card Lin, great colours, love your paper piecing.

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  11. Awesome, such bright and cheery colors!

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  12. the background colors are just perfect! very pretty card, Lin!

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  13. I just love the colors on this... They are so beautiful together and the design is lovely. I like how you changed up the shape on the design to make it stand out.

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  14. I am loving those colors, Lin! The paper-pieced flowers are simply amazing. This is such a gorgeous card...you've taken a simple sketch and perfected it with your unique color and design style!

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  15. Such vibrant Spring-y colours!! Great!

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  16. LOVE your paper piecing on this and what a wonderful mix of greens, purples, and oranges, such a good blend! I know what you mean by paper piecing the tiny leaves...a true work of patience! ;)

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  17. Lin-- you are a color PRO! No matter if you use soft colors, monochromatic colors, or bright, tropical colors--your creations are always jaw dropping!!!

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  18. Love how bright and cheery this card is! Gorgeous!

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  19. So pretty! I love the bright colors! Thanks for playing with us in the challenge! :)

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  20. LOVE these fun, bright spring colors! Thanks for playing the EBTKS challenge!

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  21. Very cute Lin! Thanks for playing along!

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