Nov 10, 2015

Just Dandy Studio: Texture on a Card


Looking for ways to add texture to a card?   Twine is a great way to add texture while keeping the card easy to mail.  I also used some wood paper to balance the bright heart. 

Wrapped a card stock square with twine in a variety of warm colors.  It was easy to place behind the die cut card stocks.   The sequins added a bit more color and were kind of fun!



Supplies:
  • Just Dandy Studio twine in various colors (this twine is very soft and the colors are fabulous!)
  • White and yellow card stocks
  • Typed sentiment
  • Pretty Pink Posh sequins
  • Wood paper (Ellen Hutson)
  • Clear and Simple Stamps heart dies
  • Dimensional foam tape
MOOD WHEN DONE = Awesome!

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And in unrelated news, Here are a list of all of the winners from the CASEing Kelly Blog Hop!
Thanks so much for helping us show Kelly some appreciation and love.  All of the winners are being contacted via email.
• the Winter 2015 card kit from Create a Smile Stamps #3 Maaike Uijthoven(from Jen Lotfield’s blog) 
• $25 gift certificate from Simon Says Stamp #38 Arianna Barbara (from Shelly’s blog) 
• $25 gift certificate from the Ink Road #10 Henriette (from Brandi’s blog)
• a Police Woman digi stamp from Lia Stampz #83 Angela Restad (from Ardyth’s blog) 
• $25 gift certificate from a2z Scrapbooking #24 Charlene (from Dee’s blog) 
• a crafty goodie bag from a2z Scrapbooking #19 Leslee (from Amy’s blog) 
• a crafty goodie bag from Hero Arts #37 Liz Gessner McAlliston (from LauraJane’s blog) 
• a $25 gift certificate to any online craft store (winner’s choice) from DJ Kard Creations #56 Cat Craig (from Kristie Goulet’s blog) 
• a $25 gift certificate from Altenew #53 Vinita Jain (from the A2Z Scrapbooking blog)
• a stamp set from Dee’s Art Impressions #53 Jeanne (from Char’s blog)   

5 comments:

  1. A pretty CAS card! Love the hearts <3

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  2. I love the heart, and the wood to off-set the bright colors!

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  3. Joan, this card is simply beautiful. I love every little detail. Thanks for sharing your artistic creations.

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  4. Well, how cute with the twine! Love it!

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  5. I know I'm five thousand years late leaving a comment for this one but was just waiting till I had some time to sit down, 'pin' this gorgeous card and tell you how much I love it!! Fabulous way to use some twine (which I have ALOT of) and adds so much texture without the bulk. Your such a clever chickie!!!

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