Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Papertrey Ink | Make it Monday #180

Hello there! Today I have a card for this week's Make it Monday challenge: paper weaving

I only used scraps for my card, which was a fun challenge. I have a huge stack of patterned paper scraps that need to be used up and this project is perfect for that. I used Raspberry Fizz, Tropical Teal, Hawaiian Shores, Soft Stone, and Aqua Mist paper for the weaving. 

I used some Studio Calico velum for the main leaves from Lovely Layers, then stamped the three building elements. I used a aqua enamel dot, from Basic Gray, for the center of my flower. 

The sentiment is from Fillable Frames #1, and the gems are from Hero Arts. I love how this turned out! Bright and colorful, and the weaving adds a really fun texture to the card. 
 

I am off to pick the boys up from school. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

15 comments:

Natalie Winterstein said...

So pretty! I love the patterns and color palette. :)

Joyously Noelle said...

Very sweet card!

Kara said...

so pretty! have to admit that the video didn't inspire me to play along, but this does:)!!

Keva Phipps said...

Oh this us so cute! It looks so clean and well done. Love it.

Bonnie said...

Oh so pretty! I have this stamp set and have not even opened the box yet....yikes! Thank you got the lovely inspiration!

Bonnie Turpin said...

Such a pretty card! I love the colors!

Jenelle said...

Your card is so pretty! You did an awesome job paper weaving.

Nicole Parmentier said...

Beautiful paper weaving! Love your card!

Marcia HIll said...

What a beautiful card! I love your color choices for your weaving...a real standout! :0)

Danielle Flanders said...

What a beautiful card!

Danielle Flanders said...

What a beautiful card!

artful-notions said...

Love the bright happy colors and patterns worked into your weaving, Erin! Beautiful!

Keri said...

I love this! It's SO pretty. :)

Leigh Penner said...

Ohm this is so pretty! I wasn't too keen on this technique when I saw it on Nichole's blog, but I love how you used it, Erin!

Nora N. said...

This is so fabulous!! I LOVE the colors you used and your diagonal placement of them. Really great take on the challenge!!