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Paper and Such–Just Stamp On It

 

** I have 2 posts today, please click here to see my Whimsy and Stars Studio post **

 

It is time for the new challenge at Paper and Such!   For this challenge, we are challenging you to “Just Stamp On It”" – stamp on designer paper. 

For my project I used Wings and Such again.  I told you I had a ton of ideas for this set.  I stamped one of the butterflies on DP and cut it out and also stamped the sentiment on DP.

 

 

2012-08-12 PS challenge WM

 

You can see the challenge rules and link up your project at the Paper and Such blog.    I hope you will play along with us to win a Paper and Such stamp set of your choice.

 

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Wings and Such from Paper and Such
  • Inks:  Close To My Heart Chocolate
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS, October Afternoon Sidewalks paper pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders circle nestabilities , Stampin’ Up edge punch
  • Embellishments:  Misc. baker’s twine, Paper Studio pearls

Challenges:

Comments

KraftyKoolKat said…
This is awesome Cheryl.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx
Kathy and Lucky said…
This is really adorable, with the butterfly and the different stitched papers.
Annette said…
wow fabulous design...i love this collection from OA...very cute..
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
pinky said…
Really pretty card Cheryl. Thanks for joining us at Stampalot this month with your beautiful creation.
Pinky
What a beauty Cheryl! Great DP combination and I love the stitching and touch of pearl bling. ~jeni :)
jimlynn said…
Love all the different DP you used on this Cheryl.....VERY lovely card!
Lynn
Sandra H said…
Hi Cheryl, Your card is so adorable xx
Great PP! Cant wait to get my new stamps to play along!
Julie said…
Just lovely Cheryl! All that dp is just so yummy!
~ginny said…
Looks like you put a lot of work into this one Cheryl - with the stitching and pearls and all the different DP! I especially like the partial circles under the butterfly!

I am so glad you joined the challenge, and hope to see you again next week!

Stampe Diem!
~ginny
DT - Craft Your Passion
Andrea said…
Love the stitching and patterned paper!
Jennifer said…
Wonderful card! I love how you added the butterfly to the little circle section and had the sentiment going to meet it! Great border along the bottom to!
Plastic cards said…
Beautiful Card! I really like the butterfly on it! it looks cute.
brenda said…


A really elegant card Cheryl, beautiful stitching lovely colour palette.

It's lovely to see you at Stampalot challenge this month, thanks so much joining in.

B x
Imke said…
Love the different DP and the lovely butterfly. Great layout too.
Audrey Pettit said…
Beautiful card, Cheryl! I love that polka dottie butterfly and love how the sentiment is like a flight path. The little pearls are a sweet touch, too.
Niki Estes said…
Very pretty! I love the butterfly trail sentiment!
Francesca said…
What a sweet card, love the DP and the bottom border, very nice touch!
Francesca said…
What a very beautiful creation, thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month and good luck!

Hugs
Francesca
silkeshimazu said…
Beautiful, love how you stamped the title!
Sarah said…
Hi Cheryl, fabulous card. Great papers and love the butterfly.

Thanks for joining in with us at Sweet Stampin this week.

Sarah
Karin said…
Super pretty! Love the paper choices and the layout with the stitching is fantastic!
Lisa M said…
Well, I thought I loved the fall card, but I really like this one too! It still has a cool crisp feeling to it and the layout is sensational!! Love how you did the sentiment. ;)

Thank you again for another great entry into MIM.
hugs,
Lisa xx
whoistracy said…
So very pretty!! I love the little pearls you added to either side of the sentiment.
Lindsay Weirich said…
beautiful! BTW nowadays you can import a PDF in SCAL2, scal3 or MTC or import it into inkscape. That does not work with all PDF files though, only ones that were created in a vector based editing program...so like half of the PDF files you run across:) Good luck!
Rhonda Langley said…
Love the pearls by the sentiment!
Maria Matter said…
so pretty Cheryl!!
I'll be featuring you this week @ Inspire Me Fridays, thanks so much for sharing!!
Lori said…
So pretty - love the pearls on the sentiment!
Becky B. said…
Such a pretty card, Cheryl! I love the "vintage" looking paper and the butterfly is the perfect touch!
mixamatoasties said…
Lovely card Cheryl.

Thanks for joining in at Sweet Stampin this week.

Susan x
Lisa said…
This is beautiful!! I love the papers and all the stitching!! Gorgeous card!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Desire Fourie said…
Cheryl I just love this. The colours and layout are just perfect. Wishing you a creative weekend. Hugs Desíre Doing Life Digistamps4Joy DT Member Tammys Scrapin Corner DT Member
Pat (mspfd) said…
Beautiful card, Cheryl! Love all the different elements and mix of DSP. You always do such wonderful work!
Melisa Waldorf said…
Hi Cheryl. I LOVE the DP you combined on your card! Nicely designed. Have a blessed weekend!
Ruth said…
Beautiful combination of papers. Thanks for joining our August challenge at Sir Stampalot, Ruth :)
Nicole said…
Lovely Cheryl. Hugs, Nicole
This is beautiful! Love the little pearl accents.
Donna Mosley said…
A gorgeous card Cheryl, love it!

Donna x
Samantha said…
Cheryl love this love your sewing your cards and blog are very inspiring to me! thank you x
Shelby said…
This is so pretty. Love how you've put the sentiment in the butterfly's flight path...too cool

Shelby
Sally H said…
What a fabulous card! Thanks for sharing it with us for our take Flight theme at Stampalot this month and good luck!
Marianne said…
Love this one, too! It's amazing how you've managed to create such a balanced design with these different papers. Love how the sentiment is trailing behind the butterfly.

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