Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Woodland City Crafter Challenge



Hi everyone!

I'm so happy to be guest designing over at City Crafter today!

The challenge this week is, "Woodland Animals."





I decided to make a forest scene and was so excited to be able to use my new Poppy Stamps stick trees. I think they are so cute, I love the fun stitching:


I guess when looking at this card one can tell.... I pretty much love all stitching! I'm so glad that is a trend in card making now. There are so many companies coming out with fun stitched dies.
 I used MB cross stitched rectangles, MFT zig zag stitched circles, and Lawn Fawn stitched border dies for the grass. 


I had lots of fun making this card for the challenge, I hope you head over to check out City Crafters and play along!


I'm entering this at:

Poppystamps: a walk in the park
Challenge Badge copy


Simon Says: anything goes

Simon Monday Challenge Blog

Simon Says: furry friends

Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog


Ink: SU black
Stamps: MFT Spring Tulips
Paper: SU chocolate chip, Island Indigo,kiwi kiss,old olive,garden green,white
Dies: Poppy Stamps Stick trees, Memory Box cross stitched rectangles, Memory Box puffy clouds, Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders, MFT zig zag stitched circles, IO deer



19 comments:

  1. Spotted this first over on the City Crafters Challenge - congratulations on your Guest Designer spot. It really is a beautiful card, with amazing scene. Love it! xx

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  2. holy moly what a GORGEOUS card and such a beautiful take on the CCCB theme!!! <3

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  3. Your card is pretty amazing Laurie!! Really love your design with all of the die cuts you've used and it fits your blog name perfectly! ;) Congrats on your GDT spot!

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  4. Lovely scene Laurie and all those fabulous dies enhance it. Love your card and think how good it would be for those awkward males....which reminds me I must away and make one!

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  5. This is so sweet!! Love your scene and all the is just perfect, gives it the perfect touch!!

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  6. Just love this !
    I am a great fan of using dies !
    You did it wonderful !

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  7. This really gives the look of being stitched together! What a beautiful scene and a great card. Thank you for joining us as Guest Designer at City Crafter.

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  8. What an adorable scene you created. I love all the die cuts you used.

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  9. What a gorgeous card! Thank you for being our guest this week at CCCB!

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  10. Laurie your card is beautiful ... I too love the stitched borders and I love your style ... Thanks so much for Guesting with us at CCCB!!

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  11. Laurie this is one stunning card!!! I love your design! It is so wonderful you are with us at CCCB this week!!! Big hugs to you my dear!
    Samra DT

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  12. this is great! all those dies look awesome together :) thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

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  13. Laurie. your card is beautiful, love the scene and all that stitched detail.
    Thank you joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Hugs Pam xx

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  14. Laurie a dee is my favorite animal and I am in awe of this card. It;s a gem. The stiched dies you used are fab!. Your card is stunning; it;s a privilege to have you as our GD at CCCB!

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  15. Just love this card and all the stitched elements!

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  16. Laurie, your card is gorgeous and I love the design and colour palette you've chosen to use! Thank you so much for sharing your project and for playing along with us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog... :)

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  17. What wonderful dies you used to create this lovely woodland scene! congrats on being the guest designer!

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  18. Love seeing the mix of different stitching on this card, it adds a lot of texture to all the wonderful layers. Thanks for playing along with us at Poppystamps!

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  19. Oh I love all those stitched dies too! What a wonderful scene you created here!

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