June 14, 2016

Oh, The Places You'll Flamingo

Hello!

Today I'm stopping by with a card I made for the Lawnscaping Challenge, the challenge is called Off Kilter or to at least have one element at an angle. Well my card is all about the angle!! I figured I would have the ground at an angle, but when I started looking at my pattern paper I found some with stripes at an angle, another with triangles at a angle and as my card came to be I had one layer cut at an angle!!



Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Lawn Fawn
I started by stamping the flamingo and tiny flower from Lawn Fawn's Flamingo stamp set. I used my Spectrum Noir markers to color her up. I used CR2, CR4, GB3, OR2, PP3. Then I used some pigment ink to stamp the solid palm trees. With some sharp scissors I fussy cut everything out. I added the little flower to the flamingo and adding a small orange pearl to the flowers center.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Lawn Fawn

Next I used Lawn Fawn's stitched rectangles to cut my pattern paper. One rectangle is from pink and black striped paper, this gets adhered to a white card base. A smaller rectangle is cut from a green triangle pattern. From this rectangle I cut a strip from the bottom part, at an angle.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Lawn Fawn

Then I added the rectangle pieces to the card. The flamingo and palm trees are added with foam tape. For the sentiment I cut two banners from white card stock. On one I stamped Oh, The Places You'll and on the second Flamingo in pink ink. I added the banners to the card with foam tape. At the end I wrapped twine around the banners and tied it in a bow.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps - Lawn Fawn

Thanks for stopping by!!

Dana

Supplies
Stamps: Lawn Fawn: Flamingo Together
Dies: Lawn Fawn: Stitched Rectangles, Papertrey Ink: Banners
Ink: Waffle Flower: Pretty Peony. Memento Luxe: Rich Cocoa, Pistachio
Twine: Hemptique
Pattern Paper: Craft Smith - Melon Patch
Spectrum Noir Markers

4 comments:

  1. Your various angles are so fun and so is the sentiment with that sweet flamingo!

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  2. Awesome colors! The bright pops of color really compliment the flamingo! Thank you for playing the Lawnscaping Challenge!
    -Samantha

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  3. What a fabulous mix of colors and patterns!! Thanks for joining us over at the Lawnscaping Challenge!! - Jess

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