Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Mystery Card

Last night I participated in another Mystery Card done by Jackie on Facebook. This morning I decided to post what I made for these three challenges:


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For the first clue, Jackie gave us 10 minutes to get our cardstock, inks, embellishments and cutting ready. I chose Crushed Curry for my base, DSP from the retiring Affectionately Yours paper for my mat and banner. On Very Vanilla cardstock, I stamped the sentiment (from a Paper Pumpkin kit) in Night of Navy. I stamped a heart from a Paper Pumpkin kit in Crushed Curry and fussy cut it and adhered it to the banner. I used the white gel pen to add stitches along the banner so it would be more visible. I tied Crushed Curry baker's twine around the bottom of the sentiment piece and tied a bow. I added 3 rhinestones for my bling. You can see how the mystery stamp along works here...Mystery Stamp-A-Long...and here is what I ended up with...

I wish I had sponged the sentiment edges! Oh, well, thanks for looking!






7 comments:

  1. What a fabulous idea to create via a Mystery Stamp A Long Karen. Love what you have created, with just a touch of glitz in the rhinestones! Thanks for playing along with this week's Global Design Project challenge.

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  2. Sounds like fun, Karen! And your card turned out great! Love the idea to put the gel pen stitches on the banner. Perfect little touch!! 😊

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  3. Beautiful card Karen. Love the faux stitching. Thank you so much for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper :)

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  4. Clever idea to put the stitching around the edge! Lovely card and perfect for our challenge. So glad you joined the fun at SUOChallenges.

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  5. What a great use of the retiring DSP! Love the stitched die cuts as well as the use of the twine- thanks for including SUO Challenges into your design! Hugs and I hope you have a great week!

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  6. Unusual - and so awesome!!! Not your run of the mill card- I love it!!! Thanks for playing along with the SUO challenge!!

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  7. Lovely creation, I love the little extras you added! Very nicely done! Thanks for playing with the SIP sketch this week!

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