Thursday, August 23, 2012

CFC67: Nuts about you

Happy Friday, peeps!  Today I'm back with this week's CAS-ual Fridays Challenge (insert cheers here!):
CFC67: Use banners or flags on your clean and simple project

Yep, this week we're playing with trendy banners and flags.  I love them, and it's a good thing - you can hardly look through a new paper collection and not find banners on patterned papers, stamps, or pre-made embellishments.  So I was glad to have a "reason" to use them on this paper yummy:
I apologize for this picture, but I just could not get a good picture of this card standing up.  I don't know what it was...  Anyway, this card came together super quick, and I think it's so cute!  The Double Ended Banner Die and the Acorn Die and sentiment are from Lil' Inkers Designs.  The wood grain is Hero Arts Designer Woodgrain.  The patterned papers are from the yummy Pink Paislee Prairie Hill 6x6 pad, which is full of wonderful colors and patterns.  I popped up the top of the acorn with some dimensional adhesive, and finished off the card with a button tied with twine knots and frayed.  Here's a close-up:
Are you as crazy about flags and banners as we are at CAS-ual Fridays?  We'd love it if you joined in on this week's challenge!  You have until next Thursday at noon EST to do so.  Click here to see the rest of the design team's banneriffic creations.  Thanks for looking!


Supplies: cardstock: Core'dinations; patterned paper: Pink Paislee; stamps: Hero Arts (woodgrain), Lil' Inkers Designs; ink: Tsukineko (Memento Rich Cocoa); dies: Lil' Inkers Designs; die-cut machine: Cuttlebug by ProvoCraft; button, twine: craft supply; corner rounder: We R Memory Keepers

5 comments:

  1. Love the pops of color against the woodgrain...gorgeous Kimberly!

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  2. Totally love your card!
    It's so simple but so gorgeous!
    Love that woodgrain background!
    Wow!!!

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  3. Really like the colors and patterns on this! Very seasonal.

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  4. What a sweet card! I love the button and the paper pieced acorn and the woodgrain paper .... yum!!

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