April 16, 2017

Remarkably Creative Blog Tour - Urban Underground!

Happy Easter and welcome to the hop! This month our theme is the Urban Underground Suite. This is a great masculine set that has a lot of versatility to it. Be sure to follow along the Blog Hop using the links below to move from site to site in order to see all of the amazing projects. Currently, you are visiting my site, Stampin' n Scrappin' from the Heart, by me, Katrina Wolfe.
The card that I'm sharing with you today has an industrial feel to it because I chose to use the silver foil designer paper found in the Urban Underground paper pack and I used the silver "screw" embellishments from the Urban Underground embellishment pack.
The stamp that I chose from the Urban District stamp set, has a distressed look when stamped and I used the coordinating framelit from the Build It framelits and layered it with a second piece cut from Basic Gray. and popped them up on Dimensionals. I added a strip of the Urban Underground Designer Washi tape. I really love this entire suite and will be sad to see it go by the end of May. Sadly, the framelits  and embellishments are already gone, however, when I  looked, this stamp set and paper are still available. Be sure to take advantage of the great deals on many of the retiring items.
Thanks so much for taking part in our blog hop. I hope you have enjoyed what you've seen so far as there are so many amazing ideas and inspiration out there and you won't want to miss any of it, so remember, you are at my blog, Katrina Wolfe, so check the line up below to see who is next in the list and click to continue on the hop. And again, Happy Easter!
Katrina

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12 comments:

  1. I love this DSP and embellishments! I like how you used them on your card.

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  2. Love the card. Need to make one for my #1!

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    1. Thank you Janet! I appreciate your kind words very much.

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  3. elegant use of the materials to make the card.

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  4. Love how you added 3 pieces of the designer paper to do all the work!

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    1. Thank you Debbie. The stamp set and designer paper made this an easy project to put together.

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  5. Beautiful use of the specialty DSP!

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    1. Thank you Candy! I love this paper and sad to see it go

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