Sunday, February 28, 2016

The Paper Players Sketch Challenge #284




Happy Sunday!
Claire has a fun sketch for us at The Paper Players:

UPDATE: The folder is from Quick Kutz We R Memory Keepers called woven. Thanks Bev!

I went with almost all white, adding just a touch of green. I actually intended to do a white on white card when I started out, but I didn't have a white branch! LOL! 





Most of the card was made with die cuts my friends gave me. The branch, the sentiment, the embossed background...all from my die cut box of card candy treasures that friends have given me. They all know how much I love dies I guess!






BUT the butterflies are mine. 
The small one is from Stampin Up, and the larger from Memory Box.
 OH! I almost forgot... the tiny pearls and ribbon are also mine...both from Stampin Up.




You can check out all the other DT cards here:




Have a great day!

21 comments:

  1. Really really wonderful.
    Best, Synnöve

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  2. Great white on white !!!!
    The green branch fits perfectly !

    Ineke XX

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  3. Beautiful but what embossing folder did you use. Love it!

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  4. This is just gorgeous !
    Greetz
    Margo

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  5. Sooooo beautiful! I love all of the white with just the touch of green!

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  6. This is absolutely GORGEOUS Laurie!!!! How lucky are you to have friends that share their beautiful dies with you :) The touch of green is a perfect addition.

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  7. I love this eye catching design of white on white (almost). Really lovely!

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  8. This is so light and airy! Lovely. Checked out your food blog too. Pinned that artichoke chicken recipe and can't wait to give it a try.

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  9. This is stunning Laurie...love it!

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  10. Just love how you can make CAS so beautiful. I have been trying it lately and it is soooo hard. That little bit of green looks beautiful. I love the word and the butterflies. Just beautiful. I wish I knew what cover plate that is. It adds so much texture to your design.

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  11. Hi, Laurie -
    I Love your "white-on-white with green" card! I especially like the embossing folder you used as a background. I don't see a supply list and I assume it's because as you said you got most of the die cuts and supplies from friends [what great friends!] Do you have any idea what company that folder is from? I'd really like to get one! Thanks for any help you can give me.
    Laura Holt

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  12. I sure like your card! Very much! I think it's the softness and texture that hit me.

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  13. Laurie, I just LOVE!!!! your white on white card! The touch of green is so pretty! The dies and embossing are gorgeous! Your friend will adore the card you made with them. Thank you for making my sketch shine this week, My Friend! XX

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  14. Wow what a lovely card Laurie! The texture and diecuts really make the most of your almost all-white design and the little green branch really pops! How great to use some does from your stash too - what great friends you have!

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  15. Lucky you to have been gifted all these lovely diecuts! Your creation is beautiful!

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  16. Wow, amazing design Laurie! Amazing dimension and the white on white is so serene!

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  17. Wow is right, what a stunning white on white creation, Laurie! So many delicious layers and such great texture, a real masterpiece!

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  18. Love the White on white! Fell in love with the embossing folder background and had to find it. Its by Quick Kutz/We R memory keepers called Woven

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  19. Wow, Laurie! What a clever take on the sketch. The white-on-white is gorgeous and I love the pop of green. Serene and beautiful!

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  20. Laurie, such a pretty and elegant card. I love all of the dies as well as all of the white. Something that I've not mastered is so much white space and I always love it when I see other's cards.

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  21. Oh what lovely textures and that touch of green was just genius! Stunning card!

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