Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Card Share: Thought You Should Know


I created this card for Corri Garza's color challenge during last month's Paper Issues crop. It was fast-paced, crazy and so much fun.

I pulled this together using various Paper Issues Swag Bags and items from my stash, including a Bella Blvd. polka dotted Clear Cut Transparency. I bought them in a number of colors and love them so much. They can turn a paper with a subtle pattern (or no pattern at all) into something fun and whimsical.

Do you use transparencies on your projects? Do you have a favorite? I've added quite a few to my stash lately, along with some new printed vellums which I've been putting to use.

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11 comments:

  1. Love the color combo, just gorgeous, Lisa! I've picked up a couple of those Bella Blvd. transparencies, now I just need to use them! :)

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  2. Gorgeous card. Bright and cheery.

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  3. Great color combo! Loving the transparency and that great pen!

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  4. love the orange and blue together~love the look!!!

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  5. Fun card :)
    #latergram….too funny.
    I have transparencies from years ago and still have them, so I guess my answer would have to be…no I don't use them, lol.

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  6. I LOVE this card Lisa! The Blue and Orange is a great color combo!!

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  7. First of all - what excellent photo styling for this card - makes it have so much interest!! Good for you - I love that!! As for the card itself - it is brilliantly done!! Love the color combo, that pen on there, and the text thought you should know!! What an awesome job and so delightfully done!! Love everything about this wonderful card!!

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  8. Love how you used the polka dot transparency on your card!! Fabulous color combo!!! I am using more transparencies but still getting used to incorporating them on my layouts!!

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  9. This is gorgeous! LOVING the colors, the stitching and the pen!!!!!!!!!

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  10. Another great card! Those are difficult colors to work with but you did it expertly!

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