It's time for a new challenge over on The House that Stamps Built. This week Shirley picked "Up In The Air" for the theme of our new challenge. I had a lot of fun creating this hot air balloon from a circle punch and two rectangles with rounded corners!
Supplies and tools:
Circle Nestabilites (Spellbinders), Corner Rounder, Baker's Twine, Ribbon, Buttons, Vintage Photo Distress Ink (Ranger), Foam Mounting Tape
Repeat Impressions Stamps:
9104-G, Soaring by to say Hi
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Check out what the other design team members created:
Love how you created your hot air balloon, perfect for the Up in the Air challenge, and I see you used the post card stamp - I just recently got this image as I see how you use it so often in your designs. Great job.
Great vintage, masculine card. Like how you used the postcard stamp and your hot air balloon!
This is such a fabulous card!! It has such an old world feel to it with the colors and the patterns! And your hot air balloon turned out fabulously!
Oh Esther, this is just awesome, very creative in making the balloon, I love it made from script paper and , love the papers you paired with it for the card base, the buttons and the twine are a great touch with it also!
Wowza. Love the feel of this - very old world. Great layout as well.
Well done! I love this card! the color combination is beautiful!
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