Thursday, March 26, 2015

MIM #206 Stamping and Mixing Patterns


This week's MIM is sheer joy!
Loving patterns and layers, it tickles to have Danielle
show us how and what and some of her tricks to create magic on a card.

1st off, create a coordinating set of papers.
Danielle suggested starting with the larger imaged paper.


Danielle's signature style is using bright clear colors,
and I tried to keep that look when I chose yellows, aquas, and Berry Sorbet.
The large group of daisies is from Friendship Jar Fillers, and the smaller posies
from Brushed Blooms.
First stamped the daisies and colored them with Loew Cornell Watercolors.
Smaller triple blooms stamped in Hero Arts Wet Cement.


I ended up with 5 stamped papers, just because I was in my happy place doing them!
Didn't use all 5 in my card, but I have plenty do 3 more cards for sure!
Starting on left, Arrows from Heather's new Noted set,
so is the grey chevron pattern, splashed with Yellows.
Top patterns from Happy Trails,  and Melon Berry dots from Polka Dot Basics.


Used 3 of the 5 pattern papers, and a cutout of the daisies.
Also added a fussy cut of the top daisy.
Had some tags from Cuppa Love die left over from the Blog Hop, so stamped a heart
from Bubble Talk in Aqua Mist, and 'you're Super' in Smokey Shadow.
Glossy Accents on the daisy centers.
Can't wait to do this again with other stamps!
Like I said, pure joy!
You need to see Danielle's video, to catch her tips, here:

18 comments:

  1. You aced this one for sure Nancy! And I can see that this was sheer joy for you...you were definitely in your element and it shows! Beautiful, beautiful card! :0)

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  2. You sure know how to make beautiful papers, Nancy! I love them all! They all came together on your beautiful card! I love the little details too, like the glossy accents, charm, and ribbons!

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  3. Your daisy paper & the butterflies piece are superbly stamped! It is a lot of fun creating patterns, isn't it?

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  4. You were certainly in your element, making these design papers, Nancy! I love them all! I especially like partially colored daisies. That's so clever and looks so great! Why can't I ever come up with something brilliant like that? I love the ribbon, tag and charm. Such great finishing touches!

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  5. Fantastic card. Love the different elements, mixing and matching... the background paper you made is so pretty.

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  6. Wow, you made some serious patterned papers that are gorgeous on your card! I can see lots of love and time went into this beauty. Bet you enjoyed every minute!

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  7. Forgot to tell you how much I love your new blog look! Love the stripes!

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  8. Love the balance in your design, love the joy that come from it! It's so easy to see that you loved doing this challenge, Nancy!

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  9. Fabulous patterns and colors on this, you got a wonderful creation there Nancy!

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  10. So much fun! I just love your patterns! Glad you enjoyed this challenge! :)
    Danielle

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  11. Your daisy patter paper is fabulous!!!! Your card turned out so beautiful!!!

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  12. Nancy this is FANTASTIC! I can tell you had fun creating all these fun patterns! I am hoping to try it this weekend! :)

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  13. Wow--your papers could be professionally published in a 6X6 pad. Great job with the challenge.

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  14. Absolutely fabulous Nancy! What a great set of patterned papers you created.

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  15. how beautiful, a wonderful card have you created!

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  16. You could have done the video, Nancy! Your papers are perfect & so is your gorgeous card! Pinning it!

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  17. Wow!!! The colors and patterns you used are absolutely perfect!!! Love!!!

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  18. Amazing papers and you've used them brilliantly

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