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Pinterest Monday

Good Monday to you!  
It's been a few days since I've blogged so there will
be lots of catching up to do this week :)
First I wanted to share my "Pinterest Monday" card with
SCRAPTASTIC CLUB'S
"Free Fallin" November Kit & Add-On Kit

Here is a look at the amazing geometrical print that we used
as inspiration for our projects today:
 (credit for photo here)


I was initially drawn to the grid created by the small lines and immediately
 thought of using different swatches of paper in the four segments. 
 And of course I love, love, love circles so I went rummaging through the 
Free Fallin' Kit (and Add-On Kit) for round embellishments to cluster together!

 I made the card a 5X7 size instead of the standard A2;  I just wanted more
 space to showcase the cluster of fun as well as the mix of patterns. 
 I cut a mat to 5X7 and then proceeded to layer on the strips of paper.  
Next, I machine stitched the pieces together to give an even more homespun feel.

 I was excited to try out the wood veneer shapes with the Garden Grass ink dauber 
...works beautifully!

 I didn't really want an additional sentiment at the bottom right corner, but I did love the
 idea of recreating the bullet points with a couple of brown brads from my stash (there are
also enamel dots in the kit...I just missed them when making my card!)

And if you're interested, here are the November Scraptastic Club Kits!
This Life Noted Kit

Free Fallin' Main Kit

Free Fallin' Add-On Kit

 Free Fallin' Sentiment Stamps (Exclusive)

Shake It Off Main Kit

Shake It Off Add-On Kit

Shake It Off Sentiment Stamps (Exclusive)


Sentiment Series Stamps

From the Scraptastic Blog: 
"Do not forget! Play along with our name that kit game for a chance to win. 
Just leave a comment in the comments with you you think sings the songs that 
this months kits are named after! You will have until Wednesday November 5th
 to play along, so BE QUICK!"

Comments

  1. What a gorgeous card - love the pattern papers you used and the way you stitched up the pattern on your card front - way to go!! It just looks so great, love the embellishments you used too!!!

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