Saturday, September 3, 2011

Celebrate You- Tuesday Trigger Nice & Neutral

Happy Saturday!  Thank you for popping by!  I have a little card to share today using the latest Moxie Fab World Tuesday Trigger: Nice & Neutral.  What a fun inspirational picture to be sure.  Here is where it led me.


Starting with some kraft card stock, I impressed with woodgrain, cut it apart (headboard slates), and inked the edges.  Adhered those to a rustic cream card base.


Die cut a piece of burlap and adhered a Prima flower into it, adhered that to my card front.


Lastly, I stamped my sentiment from Celebrating You by The Craft's Meow and rounded the bottom corners.


Thanks for popping in today and if you are in the States, enjoy your Labor Day!!  My hubs is on vacation and we plan on keeping busy with lots of fun things planned.  Hopefully I will be able to pop back in this week.  Otherwise, take care and I will "see" you around!

Lindsay

Supplies:
Paper: Rustic Cream, Kraft Papertrey Ink
Stamps: Celebrating You The Craft's Meow
Ink: Walnut Stain Distress Ranger, Rich Cocoa Tsukineko
Embellishment: Burlap Canvas Corp., White Flower Prima
Tools: Woodgrain Impression Plate Papertrey Ink, Corner Rounder We R Memory Keepers

32 comments:

  1. A really great card based on the trigger. Love that white flower and all the textures you have used.

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  2. Oh, love it, Lyndsay!! Striking!!

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  3. This is so beautiful and rustic. Love that pop of white in the flower-so fresh against the worn looking paper you've created.

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  4. So pretty Lindsay. I love the flower. Have a wonderful weekend. :)
    Hugs~

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  5. Ooh way to make a neutral palette look stunning! Love the woodgrain and burlap textures - they really give this card that natural feel!

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  6. Wow. So awesome. I loveee this card!

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  7. Just perfect, Lindsay. I love all of the textures!

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  8. This is beautiful, Lindsay. Love all the textures and the white flower is wow! so pretty.

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  9. love the texture... so beautiful :)

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  10. Brilliant take of the trigger picture. Love the burlap.

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  11. so pretty lindsay. love those wood "slats"

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  12. Great textures. Love how it's not boring, but there's not a lot of color, either.

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  13. This is gorgeous! Love the way you made your wood.

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  14. Love the background! Beautiful card and a great take on Tuesdays Trigger!

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  15. Perfectly CAS, Lindsay! I love the contrast of the clean white flower against the rough hessian.

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  16. Great take on the trigger! Love the woodgrain slats. I have not had any success cutting burlap....how do you do it?

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  17. This is such a gorgeous card! Love the woodgrain/burlap juxtaposed with the more delicate white flower.

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  18. This. Is. Perfect. I absolutely LOVE the way it turned out. Those "headboard" slats look great. Beautiful card!!

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  19. Gorgeousness! I love the wood panels, the gorgeous bloom, and the fab trendy burlap layer!

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  20. This is fresh and clean. Reminds of my favorite white linen. Gorgeous!

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  21. Hey Lindsay! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  22. Such a perfectly, nice and neutral beauty! LOVE all the texture you've tied into this one, too!

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  23. Awesome take on the Trigger! Love that "headboard" and the burlap flower - must get me some of that stuff!

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  24. So pretty, Lindsay! Love the rustic feel from the burlap, and the warm earth tones.

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  25. Wheeee - this is stunning! Total love at first sight on my end!

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  26. GORGEOUS! LOVE the delicate white flower layered on the burlap and woodgrain!!!

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  27. LOVE LOVE LOVE it! That burlap layer is super. Great take on the trigger. :)

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