Monday, February 8, 2016

Introducing What the Doodle...

It's Day 4 of the Papertrey Anniversary Week!  Today we are introducing lots of fun new products, but I am here to share a fun new stamp set called What the Doodle.

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For this card, I did a simple watercolor background.  Next, I heat embossed this gorgeous butterfly and cut it out with the die.  The butterfly die is an open die which makes it SO easy!  I popped the butterfly up on foam tape and then added in this fun frame, which you will learn more about soon!  :)

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These butterflies have so much potential and will look so great plain or colored.  I can't wait to see what the rest of the DT has for us today.  Stop over to Nichole's blog to see the list of links to visit.  Thanks so much for stopping in!  




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16 comments:

  1. The heat embossing is nice way to use the doodle butterfly, pretty card!

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  2. As always, Laurie, I love what you've done. Simple, classy, gorgeous - and proving that the butterfly doesn't *have* to be colored to make a fantastic card. I could see it stamped/embossed in red - to look like redwork needlework - and I wouldn't have seen that idea had you colored in the butterfly. Absolutely wonderful!

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  3. What a CAS and just beautiful card...love it!! :0)

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  4. What a delightful design! My granddaughter loves to doodle, so this is a set I would love to send to her and let her do the coloring! Love the simplicity of this beautiful card!

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  5. Laurie, Laurie, Laurie. Your style is my style. Give me some clean air to breathe each and every time. Love this. P.S. Are you liking the Peerless?

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  6. I love it uncolored,the receiver can color in if they like ,kinda like a mini gift. Beautiful card!

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  7. This is beautiful, Laurie, love your watercolor and that frame has me intrigued :)

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  8. Hi Laurie,

    Beautiful card!

    Cariños,
    María Alba

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  9. Beautiful card. Love the watercolor and the frame!

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  10. Love the watercolor background with the pop of the butterfly. I really like how you used the scalloped cover plate, too! Beautifully done, Laurie!

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  11. So fresh and pretty Laurie!!

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  12. The black and white intricately designed butterfly just pops on the soft water color background.

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  13. Love the stage you set for this butterfly : )

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I appreciate all of your comments! Thank you for taking the time to stop in!

 
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