Friday, August 1, 2014

CSCC #6

Hello friends! CSCC is back with a new challenge. This time the challenge is to use a pattern paper on ur card. You can use it as layers on cards, as a back ground, as die cuts or the most popular... you can do some paper piecing. The challenge will run for a month, so you will have plenty of time to play along. For more details on the challenge... please click HERE.
Now to my card... I was inspired by a few challenges for my card design from colors to element to the theme.
To make this card, I cut out 4 layers of vellum to form the waves using PPP stitched border die and colored two of those to showcase depth of water. Then I arranged them as the lower edge of the card. I stamped the tiny ship on  a pattern paper and fuzzy cut it. I used TAWS Pieces stamp set to create a kite. I also stamped the few clouds from the set and adhered it all on card base. To finish the card, I added the diecut XOXO sent by a sweet friend of mine :)
There is a lot more inspiration from our DT, head over to our challenge blog to see :)

I was inspired by the following challenges - 
    
I can't wait to see what you will create :) Have fun creating something Catchy ;) And be ready for more fun as we will soon be introducing some lovely and talented addition to the team :)

Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment :)

Supplies used - Stamp TAWS Nap time, TAWS Pieces; Dies - Pretty Pink Posh Stitched border die; Inks - Memento Tuxedo black, Distress - broken china and Mowed lawn; Pattern paper - Basics grey Hipster; Twine from Recollections and sentiment die cut from my stash; vellum from Staples

22 comments:

  1. Fabulous Deepti! Such a clever and fun idea to have the kite flying from that cute boat, love it!

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  2. What a super card, love it!
    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  3. Oh I love the movement the die cuts create Deepti. Too cute.

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  4. What a sweet little boat bobbing on the waves. :)

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  5. You're landscape really is inspiring. I love the vellum technique you used and the creative kite you've made. And I also like the unobtrusive greeting which makes this wonderful scene stand out on its own.

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  6. Awww, how sweet and adorable is this, love!!!

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  7. How adorable!! That little boat is so cute and your whole scene is just wonderful! You're amazing!

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  8. I didn't realize this was vellum Deepti, cool way to create waves and such a cute little card, fab paper piecing. Thanks for joining us at Ink

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  9. I've never thought to use vellum for waves! VERY cute. Love that little kite.
    Lynn

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  10. Just cute! Your ocean is lovely, Deepti!

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  11. hi Deepti! fun card, your design is perfect! .So glad you played along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

    sparkle & shine *~*

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  12. Adorable! Love the way you did the waves!

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  13. Fabulous card--love your special inking and paper piecing.

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  14. Great way to create waves.
    Thank you for sharing with us at INKspirational Challenges. Would love for you to join us again next time :o)
    Pia

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  15. So cute & love the vellum waves, Deepti!

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  16. Love the water layers!!! Genius!! Really amazing card!! Thanks for playing along with us at the Be Inspired Challenge!!!

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  17. Deepti, your card is so awesome! The 'water' is perfect! Thank you for joining us at BIC!

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  18. love the way you made the water! THis is awesome! Thanks so much for joining us at BIC! Hope to see you again soon!
    Lisa

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  19. How cute is that? You made me smile!
    Thank you so much for playing along with us at TAWS Be Inspired Challenge!
    Anni

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