Thursday, January 18, 2018

Time Out #101 - Inspired by Words

The new challenge over at the Time Out blog is our inspired by words.  This is the quote to be inspire by.
I went literal...a no brainer!  I had this card designed in my head, but I had a heck of a time finding this Wrap it Up die!  It was of course in the last possible place I could look.  I still have lots of organizing to do!  I started by die cutting the box of the present with some old Cosmo Cricket pattern paper.  Then I matched it up with some equally old SU cardstock...ruby red.  It was a perfect match.  I die cut the ribbon, bow, and word from that cardstock.  I added rose sequins and some shimmer to the word die.
You can see more from our Time Out design team and our guest for this challenge, Michele, on the Time Out blog.
Thanks for stopping by!
Paper:  Desert storm, ruby red, Cosmo Cricket dp
Accessories:  Wrap it up die (PTI), Celebrate word die (MFT), sequins, fun foam, Spectrum noir shimmer 


sandie said...

what a great die for these words. And amazing how the ed colours on the paper really are the perfect match to the bow-worth that hunt!

Lynn said...

Wow! That die is absolutely amazing. Love how the stitching on the die provides so much punch to the card!

Anita in France said...

How fabulous, Lisa ... a perfectly wrapped and be-ribboned gift ... love the addition of the tiny bling and shimmer! Hugs, Anita :)

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

Oh I REALLY love this. Love the colors, the awesome ribbon and sentiment dies, the fabulous old papers and the touch of bling... just awesome.

Sharon SharonW said...

I love the present! and what a great card to receive! I just love the pattern paper you chose and that Ruby Red cs, really does go beautifully with the pattern paper. Bravo!
Good luck on the organizing. Mine, seems never ending each spring.

Lucy E. said...

I love this! Those papers are
perfect together! That die is
on my wishlist now :-)

Nonni said...

Stunning die, wow... Just perfect for the challenge! I love the colors of the patterned paper you used.

Jill Vickers said...

That die is so fabulous - and I just love the patterned paper you used paired with that red card stock! An absolutely perfect card for the challenge!


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