Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Watercolored Hello

Hello!  This card started with a piece of watercolored card stock I had laying on my stamp desk. The Hello was also just laying on my desk from another project.  It was cut from white card stock and the Wonderful Words: Hello from Papertrey Ink. I cut the hello down and mounted it over the water colored scrap.  Then punched the holes on the ends and got my bakers twine ready in yellow and orange.  I took a piece of Orange Zest card stock from PTI and did a partial die cut with the Beautiful Butterflies set also from PTI. Stamped a few butterflies with white pigment ink from Stampin Up and mounted it all on a white card base.  
Popped the greeting uo with foam squares and tied the twine around the card.  I am going to enter this in Virginia's Die cut challenge, AAA cards water color challenge and PTI's Partial Die cut challenge.
Thanks for dropping by for a visit,
Sentimentally Sue.





8 comments:

  1. Love the partially cut butterflies and how you created your watercoloured sentiment. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

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  2. Fabulous - I have to try that partial die cutting one of those days.....

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  3. Love this! I love the hello in water coloring - Thanks for joining in at AAA!

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  4. Golden and pretty. Neat idea the sentiment/tag and string. Love the water coloring. Thank you for sharing your creation. I hope you continue to visit and play. Cheers, Victoria Lavender, AAA Cards

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  5. I love your fabulous water-colored sentiment with the partial die cut butterflies! Beautifully done ! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia's View Challenge!

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  6. So clever and sweet! I really thin the butterflies work nice with this technique : )

    Patti

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