Tuesday, February 12, 2013

A Valentine Banner


I thoroughly enjoyed Clean and Simple Card Making 2 and it's not just because 
I was a guest designer. I'm loving a more CAS approach to card making 
and this session was so comfortable and stress free.
And I actually looked forward to homework!


Day 9 was about adding texture to your cards. I used Papertrey Ink's
woodgrain impression plate as the base for the washi tape Valentine banner.

Since there's already a sentiment on one of the pennants,
I didn't think one was necessary and let the banner speak for itself.
I even managed to punch out a heart this time.


And just under the wire, I'll be entering Play Date Cafe's Challenge #168
since I see some Cranberry, Raspberry, and Petal on those pennants.

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great week!

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16 comments:

  1. beautiful card Donna, I loved the class too and learned a lot :) loving the CAS :)

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  2. Donna, that washi tape banner is sheer delight! Darling card!

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  3. THIS.....is ADORABLE!! LOVE it so Much Donna....xoxo

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  4. stunning card! love the texture and washi! Thanks for joining us in the Play Date Cafe!
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  5. Charming banner!! Love the woodgrain texture on the bg!

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  6. Wow! So perfect in every way! Love the subtle textures on the banners! You have the Midas touch, Donna!

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  7. Donna, this is beautiful! Woodgrain is my weakness, and using it as the back-drop to your banners was perfect! Thank you for playing along with The Play Date Cafe!

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  8. Donna, the colors on these banners are so amazing together, what a great range of hues!! I think it's the touch of melon that really does it for me. Perfectly CAS design!

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  9. This is such a beautiful card and definitely one of my favorites. Thank you for linking it up to The Play Date Cafe!

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  10. so simple and sweet. this is darling, Donna!

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