Saturday, February 9, 2019

Just Us Girls #474 - Trend Week

Hi friends!  It's Trend Week at Just Us Girls!  The trend is wood, chosen by Carol.  So many things you can do with this trend.
I was going to do something different, but when I saw the picture for the Color Throwdown Challenge, I changed my plan.  I chose this wood pattern paper for the trend and die cut these mason jars in the colors of the CTD challenge.  I die cut some flowers and leaves and layered them in the jars.  I made this sort of a Valentine with the sentiment on the jars and the hearts.  Not my best work (the sentiment on the middle jar isn't stamped properly and the sentiment on the red jar is stamped a little lower than the others...ugh!), but it is a handmade card!
Here is my inspiration for the color and layout from the Color Throwdown Challenge.
You can see more from the JUGs design team and our February guest on the JUGs blog.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps:  Friendship Jar Spring Fillers (PTI)
Paper:  Recollections white; red, orange, yellow, green scraps; Sasparilla (October Afternoon)
Ink:  Versafine onyx black
Accessories:  Mason jar mug dies (MFT), upsy daisy dies (MFT), spring sprig and little flowers dies (Lawn Fawn), star dust stickles, corner rounder, dimensionals 


Vicki Dutcher said...

Fabulous inspired card - the colors are great against the wood bg

Vickie Z said...

Fun card! You had jars to match the photo! Wonderful! So happy you joined us at CTD!

cm said...

What a sweet trio of mason jars and oh, how they 'pop' against the pretty woodgrain background! Remember: no mistakes in crafting (well, maybe cross-stitch *grin*). LOVE this!

Nancy said...

Only you noticed the imperfections Lisa! Such a fun and totally different card for you! You pulled it off fabulously once again!

Lisa Elton said...

You've captured the Color Throwdown photo perfectly! This is such a cute card!

Ina G said...

What a fun card you have here Lisa. So bright and cheerful.

Bobby said...

I knew right away what inspired your card, Lisa. The colorful jars look great against the wood.

Sue VanDeVusse said...

I love your bright mason jars with the cheerful, sunny flowers. They look fabulous against the wood background.


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