Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Total Scraplift Job!

I so scraplifted this card from out of one of my Cards magazines! *okie ain't too proud to admit* Although the one in the magazine had a bike and I used a tree. The tree stamp is a Inque Boutique stamp that I got about two years ago. I still hate that Inque Boutique is no longer in business, I really did like their stamps!

The HELLO is cut from Opposites Attract and I used the shadow feature to cut it. I did one with the orange cardstock and then cut one from chipboard so it would be a good heavy dimension. I did pop dot the E and the second L.

I used my Heidi Swapp edge distresser on the image and mats.

I really like the twine on this card and think it gives a great look, and yes twine was used in the Cards magazine card also! *some days okie just doesn't have a creative bone in her body* I used a fiskars border punch on the blue cardstock. The patterned paper is from DCWV Indian Summer.

13 comments:

  1. Super cute card...love the popping out of the E & L in Hello, great effect.

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  2. this is so cute! I love the colors and how you did the "Hello".

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  3. I love it! I like to scraplift too! Although I think I am going to copy something and then it just takes on a life of its own and ends up looking nothing like the original!

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  4. This is sooooo stinkin' Cute! Don't feel bad Okie...sometimes I have to look at magazines for inspiration too! It helps keep the juices flowing or at least thats what I tell myself! LOL
    I really like the Indian Summer Paper from DCWV and the poping up of the letters.....very nice! :)

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  5. Very cute card
    Thank you
    Linda in Stanwood

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  6. Ok--OKie--these papers are super cute!!! love it!

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  7. Love your card! I especially like how you add the holes to the lettering too! Great work!

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  8. well...you did a great job on it...it is so very pretty.

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  9. Nice!
    I wanted you to know that I scraplifted your 2-page layout for easter--
    Here you can find my take on it
    http://scrapabookaholic.blogspot.com/2010/05/easter-two-page-layout.html

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  10. Another great card! Very cute!!!

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  11. Thank you!!! Okie!!!
    I love your layout I just had to have it!!
    Yes, I bought the Easter Cart because of this layout (you enabler! lol). Some of the eggs are also Silhouette SD designs.

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  12. What a cute card. I love the detail and just love the wording!!!
    HUGS

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