Thursday, July 18, 2013

Hawaiian Quilt Card


Today I wanted to share a Hawaiian themed card that I made the other day.  When I was shopping around the local craft/stamp stores last month, I came across a fun stamp of a Hawaiian quilt.  I'm not sure if you've ever seen a Hawaiian quilt in person, but they're absolutely beautiful and have a very distinctive look about them.  A typical quilt has a symmetric botanical pattern that appliquéd onto a white background.  I'd love to buy one at some point, but, for now, the quilt stamp is a bit more in my budget ;)  

I stamped the image in soft apricot shadow ink (Hero Arts) and mounted the panel on black cardstock.  I wanted a matching strip of cardstock, so I smeared the ink on the strip and let it dry.  After that, I stamped the sentiment on both the card base and cardstock strip and adhered everything together.  Very simple! 

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  1. What a great CAS design, Lizzy! :o) I especially love how you stamped the sentiment on the card base and cardstock strip -- it looks really neat!
    Thank you for your kind words on my blog -- it means a lot to me, Lizzy! Lots of hugs for Bear, Audie and Heidi!! :o)

  2. This is such a beautiful card! I really like the "quilt" pattern and color. Hawaii suits you!


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