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Feb 25, 2008

Welcome Neighbor!

I love it when things just come together! I had ordered some fun fabric paper by Love Elsie that I hoped would go well with Kim Hughes' house image found in her set 'A Welcome Hug' by Cornish Heritage Farms. I think they were 'meant for each other'!!! I added some hinges to the edge to mimic a front door. Simple and sweet!


This sketch is based off off Jen Del Muro's Saturday Sketch Challenge. Thanks for the inspiration, Jen!!! :)


Stamps:
- A Welcome Hug: the Kim Hughes Collection by CHF

Card Stock:
- Spring Willow Dark; Papaya Puree Dark; Vanilla Cream: Prismatic Card Stock by Prism Paper

Printed Paper:
- Jack+Abby Neighbors self-adhesive fabric paper by Love Elsie

Ink:
- Lettuce, Terra Cotta, Sunshine Yellow & Cranberry Adirondack Ink by Ranger
- Frayed Burlap Distress Ink by Ranger (added to edges of rust-colored panel)

Accessories:
- Niji Waterbrush
- We R Memory Keepers Copper Hardware

Techniques:
- watercoloring- scoring (I used a scoring tool to create a border on my rust-colored panel)


*** On a side note.... I was trying to work on my blog template and somehow all of my information has disappeared from my sidebar. :( I just want to cry! Hopefully I can get everything coded again later this week.

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  2. Awesome card! I love your paper and hardware on this!!

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  3. I love your card. Those hinges are way too cool. On another note--I'm so sad for you that you lost your side bar information. It must be an awful feeling!

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  4. Awesome. I love the dp and the side hinges..what a cool card!

    Good luck with fixing the side bar--wish i could help but I am clueless with the blogger stuff...

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  5. how cool is this!!! totally adorable!

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  6. Julie, this is perfect! Great coordination between paper and stamps!

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  7. This is absolutely adorable! LOVE the hinges!

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  8. What a fresh idea to use hinges! (Or maybe it's an old idea and I've been under a rock...but it's new to me...lol)

    That sentiment stamp is darling!

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