Friday, April 13, 2012

Dotty For You Projects

I have been working a lot with the new Dotty For You paper pack. It is so colorful and fun. Plus you get 24 sheets in it and they are all double sided so lots of paper for only $5 (with a purchase of $35 or more).

Here are some of the projects I have done, many of them were inspired elsewhere. Note that NONE OF THEM INCLUDE STAMPING:

This pattern is from the Wishes How-to book. I added flutters and sparkles and used the sweet leaf grosgrain ribbon to create a flower. Then I added a Paradise Flower on top.

I got this design off Pinterest from Pamela O'Connor and copied it but changed out the sparkle for the glitz gel and added some of the paper flowers, a button, and some ribbon.

This design came from the inspirational sheet that comes with the paper pack. I added the flutters and pearls though instead of doing any type of stamping.

This is a design I saw on Pinterest from consultant Shelly Wilson. I added different ribbon, and different flowers including a resin flower (in the center of the paper flower) and then added the pretty pins to the back. It was so simple and I really liked how it came out.

This was another consultant's design I saw on Pinterest: Shelly Nemitz and made my own version on it. I loved the colors she pulled together. I added a corduroy brad to the center of two paper flowers.

This card was fun and was based off a design from Pinterest. I added the paradise flowers, clear sparkles, and baker's twine.

This card was inspired by consultant Brenda Rose from Pinterest too but I changed it up quite a bit. I changed the card size and I added the Paradise flowers, the cut out B&T butterflies, the grosgrain striped ribbon, and the bitty pearls. The faux stitching is embossed and then sanded.

I hope you enjoyed these projects. Please come back on the 16th for the consultant blog hop featuring this paper pack. Tomorrow I am doing a technique blog hop too.

1 comment:

  1. I saw your card on Pinterest and saw my design in your card right away! Thank you so much for crediting me!

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