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Posted by on Aug 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 6 comments

Bohemian Borders for PPA 263

I am playing along with the Pals Paper Arts today.  They have another great color challenge for us today!  Design Team 1 has combined Tempting Turquoise , Rich Razzlebberry, and Pear Pizzazz.  One of these colors I have been using a lot of lately.  Do you know witch one?   When I first saw this combo it reminded me of the rich jewel tones of a exotic beach resort. (whooo, wish I was on a exotic beach)  They are such vibrant colors.  My first thought was flowers.  But, as usual when I sat down with the stamps I gathered to make a great floral card.  I looked over at Bohemian Borders and thought….Hum….. Ocean…. Perfect.  This is the stamp set for these great colors.  The Jewel tones are perfect for the Bohemian Borders stamp set.  Here is the Banner for the pals Paper Arts Challenge 263  The next best thing to a exotic beach is this Jewel of a color combination……

PPA 263

Bohemian Borders stamp set gives you 9 stamps to create all sorts of patterns and backgrounds that are unique to you!  I love seeing all the different ways I can combine the  different stamps to make new and interesting patterns.  I combined a great bold pattern with The Layered Letters to make my own greeting, Hello!!!

Bohemian Borders

Bohemian Borders

Layered Letters Alphabet

Layered Letters Alphabet

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What do you think?  I just love the pattern that was easy to make using the photopolymer stamps included in Bohemian Borders.

Here are the details of today’s card:

  • Tempting Turquoise card stock cut at 5 1/2 inches and scored at 4 1/4 inches.
  • The layers are cut at….Pear Pizzazz card stock cut to 5 1/4 inches by 4 inches .  And Shimmery White (Yes, I know)  cut to 5 inches by 3 3/4 inches.
  • The rectangle layers are cut at….Tempting Turquoise card stock cut at 1 3/4 inches by 3 inches.  Pear Pizzazz card stock cut at 1 1/2 inches by 2 3/4 inches
  • On the Shimmery White stamp the Bohemian Pattern using Tempting Turquoise, Pear Pizzazz , and Rich Razzlebberry ink.  The pattern does not have to be perfect.  If it is not (like Mine) it just adds to the Bohemian Flair!!!!! :>
  • Stamp Hello using the Layered Letters in Rich Razzlebberry ink on the Pear Pizzazz rectangle.
  • All that is left is to adhere everything together using multipurpose glue and Stampin’ Dimentionals.

I have not decorated a envelope in a while.  So,  this was the perfect time to add a little flair!!!IMAG1880

Remember to take time an check out all the fabulous creations over at Pals Paper Arts!  Design Team 1 has some great inspiration for all of us.  And scroll down to the bottom and check out all the great cards by those playing along, Like ME!!!!

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Thank You for stopping by Westside Paper Creations Today!  We made it to another Friday!!! Have a great on and see you back here soon.

Jennifer

6 Comments

  1. So fun! You’ve created a wonderful pattern to support this fun hello. What a great card, Jennifer!

    • Thanks so much, Brian!

  2. Awesome, Jennifer! I LOVE the background you created using these challenge colors. You did a fabulous job. The decorated envelope is stunning…who wouldn’t want to see what is inside! Thanks for playing at Pals Paper Arts!

  3. Thank You, Ann!!!!! I have enjoyed playing along with all the fab. talent over at Pals Paper Arts. Decorating envelopes is just a must with this stamp set!!! It just is so easy and fun…Thank You for stopping by Westside Paper Creations

  4. Jennifer, I so rarely see my maiden name of Spiller, and was excited to see your name once I had clicked on this card. I am a SU demonstrator in Plano TX, and automatically began wondering if we might be related in some way. If you have any interest in sharing some family names to see if there is a connection, please contact me. I have entered my personal email in the login.

    • Susan- I am so glad you got in touch! It is truly a unique last name. Thank You , Thank You for contacting me

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