Pals Paper Arts 269

Oh yes peeps… it’s FRIDAY!! I headed straight over to Scrap-A-Latte after work to finish cutting for class and set up. The drive over was lovely in the convertible! There were 15 people in class last night and like I said, the cards were complicated so the last one finished around 10:00. Not bad, three hours for four cards that had a lot of coloring! I got home around 10:30 and made a quick card for today’s post.

Oh, and just because you know how I love Sam, his new single for the James Bond movie Spectre is out today! You can listen here!

Sam Smith - Writing's on the Wall

The quick card is for this week’s Pals Paper Arts sketch challenge…

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I have been in a Lawn Fawn frame of mind lately so I dug out an oldie but goodie! The card base is Neenah Solar White 100lb Card Stock. The balloon, clouds and greeting are from the Lawn Fawn Blue Skies Photopolymer Stamp Set. I stamped part of the greeting in Memento Tuxedo Black on the card base. A piece of Soft Sky is cut out with the Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Circles and adhered to the card with SNAIL. The clouds are heat embossed in Hero Arts White Embossing Powder on Vellum, cut out with the coordinating dies and adhered to the circle with 2-Way Glue. I colored in the balloon with Copics, also cut out with the dies, and adhered that with some Foam Tape. For the word BLUE I used the Lawn Fawn Owen’s ABC’s Photopolymer Stamp Set, stamped in Pacific Point, cut out with the coordinating dies and adhered to the card with some more Foam Tape. I think that this would make a great little pick me up card to send to someone that might be going through a rough patch, it would brighten my day! I hope that you enjoyed my card for this week’s Pals Paper Arts sketch challenge! Don’t forget that I will be posting the class cards tomorrow! Thanks so much for coming by and I wish you all a fantastic Friday! 🙂

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Products used:

Stamp Sets: Blue Skies and Owen’s ABC’s Photopolymer (Lawn Fawn)

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Pacific Point Classic Stampin’ Ink (Stampin’ Up!)

Markers: Coipcs

Specialty Ink: Versa-Mark

Embossing Powder: White (Hero Arts)

Card Stock: Solar White 110lb and 80lb (Neenah) and Soft Sky (Stampin’ Up!)

Specialty Card Stock: Vellum (Stampin’ Up!)

Dies: Blue Skies and Owen’s ABC’s Lawn Cuts (Lawn Fawn)

Adhesives: SNAIL, 2-Way Glue and 3M Foam Tape

Tools: Big Shot and Heat Tool

 

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16 Replies to “Pals Paper Arts 269”

  1. Love, love, love this one Justin AND, as I look out my window, all I can see are blue skies! LOL
    I am anxious to see what you did in class so I’m looking forward to tomorrow. Your coloring on this card is fabulous!

    The hubs leaves tomorrow for 10 days to do some car shows in other states and also attend a friend’s Mother’s funeral. She was 96 and just the sweetest lady you would ever want to miss. When he returns I’ll be leaving to do the Cure for Breast cancer walk in Hartford, CT. I know that will be a very busy but wonderful week with the highlight being a day in Manhattan to meet one very special, special person. I am so excited. Have yourself a Fabulous Friday. Luv ya, XO 🙂

    1. Thank you very much Grace! Yes, the weather has been lovely as of late. I too wish it was like this all year!
      Your hubby’s friend live a nice long life and from the sound of it she will be greatly missed. I know how you love your breast cancer walk weekend! I am soooooo excited to get to meet you in Manhattan!! Have a lovely Saturday my friend! Love you too! XOXO 🙂

  2. That’s an adorable card, Justin. Love the colors, the sentiment, the balloon, the vellum clouds and the BLUE in circles. It’s one of those what’s not to love cards.

  3. Awesome feel good card…so cool! Love the colors, too! Thanks for playing along this week with the Pals sketch challenge…Hugs!

  4. Such a great card, Justin! Love the soft, bright colors – they really stand out this time of year. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Pals Paper Arts sketch challenge.

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