Thursday, January 20, 2011

Paper Dolls Challenge #29

**This is my second post for today!  Scroll down to see my very first Amber Ink project!**

Welcome to the Paperdolls Challenge #29!  I am hosting this week so I wanted to share a challenge that I have been working on!  This week's challenge is to use felt and a die!  Recently, I have been trying to use more felt. Because yes...I do have a felt stash.  And it is not small.  So I must use it.  Pull out the dies, Laurie, and use the felt. That is what I tell myself. So here is a little felt today...

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Are you loving that impressed piece of cardstock? Well I am! I used a mist of water before I ran it through...but here is the big secret... Bazzill! The thinner weight cardstock impresses SO well! NOW, I am still a PTI junky! Their cardstock is the best! BUT this Bazzill just impresses like a dream! So much so that the back of the piece looks like its embossed! (Should have taken a pic before I glued it down!) It's gorgeous!!

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And of course, my felt tea pot! I will must use more felt soon! The hoarding madness must stop!

I hope you can join us over at the Paperdolls blog!  Please stop by and link up your project!  We would really love to have you!


ETA: Jill aksed what stamp and die this is...sorry!  I am sooo bad at supply lists!  The frame stamp is Waltzingmouse.  The HB sentiment is from PT Butterfly Dreams and the die is the Tea Pot die from PTI as well!  OH and polka dot basics I for the background!  HTH!

37 comments:

  1. really pretty..love the colors! the felt is hard to let go of, i know, but oh so pretty on your card:)

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  2. I really like the color combo and the teapot is so cute. Where do you get Bazzill cardstock? I don't know that I've ever seen it in stores around here. Your card is really cool!

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  3. Oh how I love this card. So clean and elegant. I need to invest in some felt (hope I don't turn into a felt hoarder!) :) but I need dies so I can cut the felt first!!

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  4. Love this card... love your color of felt you chose.. it's perfect!

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  5. Do you answer yourself too?? I do and I always get the answer I want:) That felt is just perfect against these colors!!! Another beautiful card!!!

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  6. Laurie, I really, REALLY love this! I haven't used my teapot die yet (shame on me) but you give me so much inspiration. Fantastic pick of colors too - the spring green is a wonderful surprise!

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  7. Oooh, I must try that cardstock! The impression looks gorgeous!

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  8. I recently bought several sheets of Bazzill to use with my cricut for the more detailed designs I cut and it does cut better (more accurate) using thinner cardstock. I'll definitely have to try dry embossing with it. Gorgeous card!

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  9. Laurie, this is stunning. I'm like you regarding my felt, buttons, etc. I always think: "Wait... what if I run out?!" It's a sickness, I tell you! :) You've inspired me to use more felt. I promise.

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  10. Thanks so much for the inspiration to use my felt! I just got this teapot die so it will not be staying in the package for long. I love the pop of yellow on your card and that gorgeous impression on the Bazzill cardstock. This is a fabulous design!

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  11. It is a beaut....really like the colors! Can you tell me if that is a PTI stamp and die?

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  12. Great tip on the Bazzill. I'll have to remember that next time. Love the richness of this card - and with that pop of green! So fun!

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  13. So glad you used felt! What a beautiful card! Totally have to check that out with Bazzill. TFS!

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  14. Mmmmmm chocolate and tea...you couldn't go wrong with that combo, girlie! Fab as always!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  15. Gorgeous card, the colors are so yummy, as well as that felt accent.

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  16. Stunning, Laurie! LOVE the felt teapot and the layout!

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  17. I can't wait to do your challenge! Your felt teapot is just perfect especially layered with the button and that fab mini flower! (which I'm a hoarder of these, hehe) Do you know how much Bazzill I have? eek. Drawers full. Oh the days of TAC! :)

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  18. what a great card! great tip on the misting before impressing. the felt teapot is super too!

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  19. What a fun challenge!! I love how the IP impressed!! You can really see detail, now I need to get out my Bazzill too! Love the green teapot with the button and rose!

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  20. Absolutely gorgeous! I adore the color combo!

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  21. Oh, Laurie, this is so rich and elegant! It's like a big chocolate bar with goodies attached! Love the color combo and everything!

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  22. Such a delicious color combo, and I really love the felt teapot!

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  23. Ooooh! What a pretty color combo! The felt tea pot with little rose is awesome!

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  24. Lovely Laurie ~ great colours, lovely details, all combines together beautifully. As for stash hording, I'm terrible, but trying to be better and use what I have.

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  25. I know what you mean about impressing Bazzill. Such a nice finish. I absolutely love the colour combo. That satiny bow is an elegant touch.

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  26. That teapot is SO ADORABLE. Maybe I don't need the stamps...

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  27. LOVE IT! The red just "pops" right out at you from the warm brown base. Nice!

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  28. I just found your blog - and I LOVE your work! Beautiful card!! Can't wait to scroll back and soak in the inspiration here - thanks so much for sharing!

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  29. Beautiful, Laurie! I love those colors together. So pretty!

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  30. Oh my gosh, Laurie. This card is beyond GORGEOUS! I absolutely love EVERYTHING about it. So pretty!
    Can you please tell me where you get those silver pearls from? I love the look of them, but I can never seem to find them. Do you buy them online?

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  31. Amazing. I love the pop of green paired with the rich brown & red. Embossed piece is GORGEOUS, I need to use that technique more often... I'm lazy.

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  32. So pretty! Love the layout, the embossing, and the felty tea pot---gives it such a comfy cozy feel!!

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  33. Love all of the details and the focus of your challenge. I need to get to it! Thanks for the reminder.

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  34. Holy Cow - When was the last time I visited you :( I've missed out on some amazing work GF!!! This card rocks!

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  35. Wow, this must be the most amazing blog I've come across in a while - love LOVE all your creations, and I've only looked at a couple of day's worth!! Totally impressed by your talent!

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