Friday, July 1, 2011

Polkadot Door Designs Blog Hop

Hi there!  Thanks for dropping in today!  Rebecca and Sarah over at Polka Dot Door Designs invited me to play along with them in their third inspirational blog hop!  Every month they post a fabulous inspirational pic and have other fabulous paper crafters join in with them.  By hopping to each designer you could possibly win prizes from Accents and Pearls Scrapbits, and Scapn4mygirls!  Here is what you have to do.


"Each month we want to showcase some very talented ladies. Starting with the Polkadot Door be sure to work your way through the blogs and see what the design team has created using our inspiration photo. As you hop be sure to leave a comment on every blog and head back here once you are done. Leave a comment on the Polkadot Door to let us know you completed the blog hop and tell us who your favourite designer was."


Here is my project:




Started by adhering patterned paper from the Hollywood Vogue Collection by Webster's pages, followed by a panel of Kraft card stock impressed with the woodgrain pattern.




Layering a doily, stamped leaves, and flowers I colored and cut out.  I also added some twine, pearls and a mini clothespin and lastly stamped my sentiment onto a cream strip!




Here is the inspirational photo:






I hope you were inspired today!  Be sure to hop on over to see what Smitha has for you!  Here is the main list in case you need it.


Jennifer
Nicole
Valerie
Diana
Sabrina
Nicole B.
Court
Tenny
Dee Dee
Mazlina
Lindsay <---That's me!
Smitha
Polkadot Door Designs



Have a great one friends!


Lindsay


Supplies:
Paper: Kraft, Vintage Cream Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper: Hollywood Vogue Mini papers Webster's Pages
Stamps: Happiness Is The Craft's Meow, Up, Up & Away Papertrey Ink
Ink: Concord Grape, Walnut Distress Ink Ranger, Tuxedo Black Tsukineko, Copic Markers
Embellishments: Mini Pearls Michaels, Twine Westrim Crafts, Cake Doily Wilton 
Tools: Woodgrain Impression Plate Papertrey Ink

27 comments:

  1. This is really beautiful, Lindsay. Love the coloring on the flowers especially

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  2. lovely blooms.. beautiful card..

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  3. First of all, you are my blogging hero because you blog so often and I lovvvve it! Wish I could be as diligent as you are. Also, this card is literally heaven on Earth. Purple is my fave color and the woodgrain? Come on. Gorgeous. :)

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  4. Lindsay this is awesome! I usually favor super clean and simple designs but this one is just awesome. You've managed to keep it so clean and not over the top but still have layers and pattern and well, in my opinion, it is just amazing. Possibly now ranks as my most favorite card of yours (and yes, I do remember the last one I said that was my favorite. Hah!)

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  5. Just love your card! Beautiful color.

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  6. I just love how you incorporated the twine and clothespin on your card.

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  7. I love your flowers, they're so pretty!

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  8. Oooo! Fabulous coloring job, and I adore the combination of the doily with your woodgrain!

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  9. Beautiful card. Its stunningly simple and I love you take on this months inspiration piece.

    Thanks so much for joining us for July. Your work is beautiful.

    Rebecca
    www.polkadotdoordesign.blogspot.com

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  10. *GASP* Lindsey, this is GORGEOUS!!!! OMG! Those purple flowers are AMAZING!

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  11. gorgeous!! love the light purple against the wood.. :)

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  12. WOW, those flowers are GORGEOUS, and they look fabulous against the wood grain and doily!!! Love the addition of the twine and clip too!

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  13. Those flowers are AMAZING! Awesome coloring and I love the look of the whole card! So many things to catch your eye!!

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  14. Those flowers are OH MY GOODNESS!!! Love the WG impression plate ....... really a perfect card!!!

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  15. Yo! Coloring! This is soooo gorgeous!

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  16. Oh my those flowers just pop! Gorgeous coloring!

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  17. So pretty, love those flowers. :)

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  18. Great card!!!
    Beautiful coloring on the flowers.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Your coloring on those flowers is amazing! Great job! Tfs.

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  20. You're a professor of CAS....wonderful design! ;)

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  21. Those flowers are stunning!! What a lovely card.

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  22. I love those flowers, and the sweet touch of the doily to offset them from the wood, kudos!

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