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03 May 2012

Double up Challenge

Paper Lovin' Gals and Friday Mashup unite for this week only, to bring you this fabulous dual challenge.



What a fabulous challenge photo.  you could almost pick those biscuits up and start munching!
The Paper Lovin' Gals post is live now, make anything using the inspiration photo







The Friday Mashup won't go live till midnight Thursday US Pacific Time.  So those seeing this post have a few hours head start.


So here is the "Mashup" Challenge :
  1. Make a project for "Mom, Grandmother, Aunt etc...".
  2. Or Make a project with a " Pop-Up Element ".*
  3. Or "Mash it Up" and create a " Pop-Up Project for Mom".
  4.  Or join in Both challenges and create a "Pop-Up Project for Mom using the inspiration photo above."
*There are many different variations of Pop-Ups... Make sure something pops up when you open your project. 
 


I've used the sensational Wee Florist from Whimsy Stamps here, I just love this little stamp. 

She's coloured with Copic markers and I've used a Martha Stewart round the page pansy punch set to create the border.  The burgundy scroll is a frame from Marianne Designs and a Corture Victorian die to cut the frame.  With all that lovely detail I tried to keep the card  fairly simple and didn't use patterned papers.


Have fun being inspired with our joint challenge.

Cheers,
Kasey ~ in Oz


26 comments:

  1. This is darling Kasey!! You are right... good choice sticking with the solid cardstock with that SWEET image to show off! Wonderful card this week!!!!

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    1. Thanks Michele, I love this image, it's the second card I've made since I got her!

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  2. So pretty Kasey, love the round the page border, your roses piece in the corner is so lovely and she is such a sweet image. Just been having a coffee and a browse through your blog. Haven't been around much lately as life just gets in the way sometimes. Congrats on the DT. Enjoy. Csarolxx

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    1. Hi Carol, lovely to see you, I know how it is when life gets in the way, as long as you're OK and I see you now and then, it's all good. Thanks for taking the time out to visit.

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  3. Fabulous card,I love the image and the punched border....
    Mandy x

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment Mandy.

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  4. Beautiful as always Kasey, there is something whimsical about this stamp. I am loving your colouring, you must be having a ball!
    Cheers
    Monique

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    1. Hi Mon, yes I am having a ball learning how to colour with these amazing markers. I still have so much to learn!

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  5. Love this stamp, have not had the chance to play with it yet...thanks for showing us your skills...Aussie Annie♥

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    1. Hi Aussie Annie! Oh do get time to colour this little cherub up, she's a darling. You will have so much fun. Thank you for becoming a follower.

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  6. Very cute image.. and I love the little roses with all their detail!

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    1. Thanks Heidi, this really is one of my favourite images.

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  7. Lovely punch border Kasey, really sets the card off nicely.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comment Lisa.

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  8. The pansy border is ovely...and that little girl looks adorable! Great job Kasey!

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    1. Thanks Kim, This little girl is adorable and lovely to colour.

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  9. Fabulous colouring Kasey and I love your border... I can never, ever get those punch around the page stamps to work for me but yours looks perfect.

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    1. Hi Marilyn, it's all in the initial measurement and lining up, I start with all four corners, then do the sides. You have to ensure your card in flush with the back of the punch and your pattern is lined up with the little silver images on the punch. Once you've got it right the first time, you will be fine. Thanks for your visit and comments.

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  10. Cute image you choose and I love the border you added.

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    1. Thanks Holly, she's such a gorgeous stamp to colour.

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  11. What a lovely card and a lovely image to work with!

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting and leaving your comment.

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  12. Aw she is the biggest cutie! Love those die cuts and the beautiful colouring :)

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    1. Thanks Alyce, I'm still finding my feet as far as making cards with copic coloured images, you know, developing my style.

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  13. Your card is beautiful! I love the die cuts and your coloring is gorgeous!


    ~Cheryl~

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    1. Thank you so much Cheryl, I appreciate your comments.

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