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Use 3 or More Patterned Papers with Eureka! Stamps Challenge #144




It's time for a new challenge over at 
This one makes me happy! I love paper especially patterned paper! 
YES! What is your favorite type of challenge?

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This is one of the cutest images for little boys! 
You can use it so many ways. Definitely, one to have in 
collection.
Colored image with COPICS
4 - Squares cut using PPP Stitched Banner 
1 - 5x5 white cardstock for card base
2 - 4.75x4.75 AC #Summer Paper, 1 die cut using PPP Stitched Pocket Die, see below
Layered together and finished off with 
1 - Queen & Co. Twinkle Goosebumps
 1 - 4x3 cut white cardstock stamped with sentiment
All the supplies are listed below with links.
I love the papers from AC #Summer 6x6 Paper Pad so much! I've used papers from that stack 
on 3 or 4 of my latest cards. It's bright and cheery, great for summer with sunglasses, ice creams, and
cameras! So cute!

I'm sharing the envelope with you to show how I embossed the
flap and used scraps to make matching seals. 
These seals add an extra special touch and are so super easy to make.
And if you're like me, you don't like scraps piling up. 
I just run my scrap through my little Xyron Sticker Maker first 
and then die cut. I leave the backing on them until I'm ready to use. 
You could even stamp them with a Hello or any sentiment for that matter! 
Now it's your turn to show us your take on

Comments

  1. Great card Lisa, I love that image & your papers are fantastic!
    I have so many scraps I should follow your tip but I pile them up then challenge myself to make a project with just scraps! lol
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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