Wednesday, August 29, 2012

SC400...A Rainbow Woven Birthday



I made this card for Splitcoaststampers Sketch Challenge...# 400!!!  Wow...how cool is that??!!!  We were allowed to pick any sketch from any  previous challenge and make a card:)...FUN!!  I chose Sketch 336...here's my card and a pic of the sketch...

I chose this sketch for it's simplicity and decided to use the Simon Says Stamp Circle Border die on the top and then on the bottom of the paper, leaving room for a sentiment...
*Simon Says Stamp CIRCLE BORDER Craft DIE S109
I had made a card a few weeks back with orange ribbon, but wondered what would happen if I used PAPER?!  I cut very thin strips of a rainbow of colors and wove them through the holes...but because of the gap in the middle and my semi fried brain this morning, there is no great pattern:(!!...oh well.  Stamped the Paper Smooches sentiment before weaving and popped up on card.  Way to go, 400...here's to 400 more:)!!!!  Thanks for visiting me today!! Hugs!! Lisa

12 comments:

  1. This is amazing! The brightly colored papers are so pretty and there's no pattern nedded. Perfect as is!

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  2. Pretty card with all those nice colors!!
    Karin

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  3. Gorgeous...think I also need to look into that die :)

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  4. Waaaaaaaaay too cool!

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  5. What an awesome card!!!

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  6. So striking. Really beautiful.

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  7. So clever to use the die on the top and bottom to leave room for the sentiment. I love the woven paper, so cheerful!

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  8. This is paper! Wow! I remember the orange ribbon card you made a while ago and thought that was amazing, but this rainbow card is so cool! You amaze me.

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  9. Gorgeous card - I really love your rainbow of colours, hugs x x

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  10. This card takes me back to paper weaving activities at school!! Love the rainbow colours :0)
    Jenny x

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I so appreciate your comments...thank for taking the time to write:)!! Hugs!! Lisa