Thursday, February 11, 2016

Stampin Up, Pals Paper Arts challenge #287


I got a little bit elegant today.  I love this background die. I don't use it real often, but everytime I do I love the results! You can cut it down for other ideas for use.

I have friends I don't get to see anymore since we moved to AZ after retiring and friends that have been online friends for many years, and this sentiment works for anytime I just want them to know I'm thinking about them.

The Botanical Blooms bundle is awesome for flowers and such.  So many stamps and dies in the set and some very different ones, even a feather. I put rhinestones in the centers for a bit of bling.

Our colors for this week are:

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10 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

Gorgeous.....just gorgeous!

Katy McGloin said...

Lynn, I love this so much that it has already been pinned!! :)

Michelle Quinno said...

This is definitely a WOW card, Lynn! It's so elegant and pretty. Love the flowers on that die with the black background.

Brian King said...

Love it! The black-and-white background really makes these colors pop. Great use of the colors for this challenge, Lynn!

Mary Fish said...

Absolutely brilliant the way the flowers pop off the black!

Windy Ellard said...

Why can't I remember to use the scallop die? Love the black/white background and the way to flowers pop!

Michelle Gleeson said...

The flowers just pop on the beautiful trellis background. Stunning Lynn!

Wild West Paper Arts said...

Oooo... love this Lynn! Reminds me of scalloped pavers in a garden of flowers. Great job using the black background!

Peggy Noe said...

Lynn, this is so pretty! The black is such a great touch and makes everything else pop! Beautiful job!

Susan Itell said...

Oh Lynn...this is a true work of art! A POP that brings an instant SMILE! Thanks for the inspiration!