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Saturday, April 1, 2017

MAKE IT MONDAY #279: CURVED SENTIMENTS

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Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and a curved sentiment.

So I chose a large sentiment...a Think Big Favorites.
I tried a smaller sentiment but my card needed a big one.
The sentiment got totally lost...
So, I curved it, I REALLY did...but is doesn't show up that much...


It is indeed curved and it looks much better with the floral medallion, Flower Mandalas.
Oh boy...I LOVE that die set. Thank you Kay. I make SO many cards...a LOT of cards...
I LOVE big, bold stamps and embellishments...

 


I made this one purple to put a smile on my sister Pat's *Hi Pat* face!!!
She loves purple. She is...Purple Girl!


I need to curve sentiments more often. It is visually pleasing to have a curved sentiment with a round embellishment.

Thank you for looking at my blog!
Susan

7 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful. And I'm sure it has nothing to do with it being purple! Well, maybe it does! Love this card.

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  2. This is such a pretty purple card! Thanks for joining me for this week's Make It Monday!

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  3. This is big, bold and beautiful!!! My kind of card. great job!

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  4. Stunning flower, stunning card! Beautifully done, and I'm sure your crafty sister will love it ;)

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  5. Gorgeous! I love big elements on cards too. And the sentiment looks curved to me! P.S. Your sister is hilarious! :-D

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  6. Oh my, Susan, your card definitely stood out in the thumbnails, and I immediately thought of your Sis. Awesome design and I know you made Kay proud with this beauty of her new dies. They're on my list and just bumped them up. Thanks for all your sweet comments!

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  7. Beautiful! I'm glad your sister sent me to your blog to see this card. I now know that I need to line the die pieces up and not try to stagger them! I also love that you used a stencil as the background. I haven't figured that out yet!

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