Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Follow Your Dreams

I made this card for this weeks Lawnscaping Challenge #12. I thought this new bicycle from Lawn Fawn would go great with this sketch. Thanks for taking a look. 

Here's my card. 



Materials
Card stock - red (Michaels), Whisper White (Stampin Up)
Decorative Paper - All Systems Go - Rocket Age (October Afternoon)
Stamp Set - Cruising Through Life (Lawn Fawn)
Ink - Black (Memento) Markers - assorted colors (Copic)
Punch - Spiral Border (Stampin Up)
Twine (Papertrey Ink)


Instructions
1. Create card from card stock - finished size is 4.25 x 5.5
2. Cut decorative paper panel and adhere to card
3. Cut white rectangle, stamp image and color
4. Cut red rectangle and adhere white panel to red panel, then adhere to card with foam tape
5. Cut red rectangle and punch with spiral border punch and adhere to card
6. Adhere decorative paper rectangle and small red strips to punched red card stock
7. Add twine and adhere to card with foam tape
8. Cut small rectangle and stamp sentiment - cut edges to make a banner
9. Cut thin red strip and adhere to card, then adhere sentiment banner with foam tape on top of it

7 comments:

  1. Hi Donna, this card is so cute! I've been wanting that bike stamp since it was released. I love what you did with my Lawnscaping sketch!!

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  2. Aw.. you make me want this stamp....this is lovely! I like the bright and cheery colors! AWESOME job!

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  3. Love the colors. Love the layout! Love the twine. I just love all of it! Thanks for playing with us!

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  4. Gorgeous card Donna! Love your bright colours!

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  5. A really great inspirational card! I love the school look with the bike and the notebook edge too!

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  6. Oh, I love all of the red with the smaller amounts of blue on this card! TFS =)

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  7. So fun and bright! Love your coloring! You did such a fabulous job with the sketch challenge. I'm so glad you joined us. :)

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