You’re the Best

http://daranddiane.blogspot.com/2020/01/celebrating-four-years-at-double-d.html
http://modsquadchallenge.com/patterned-paper-play/
EK Success border punch

The Mod Squad Challenge is to create your own patterned paper. I used stamps from three companies: Leave Me in Paradise from Catherine Pooler Designs, Made With Love from Gina K Designs, and the February 2019 Kit Club Set from The Stamps of Life. I used a variety of inks in creating my tropical pattern: from Lawn Fawn I used Celery Stick, Freshly Cut Grass, and Jalepeno, Lucky Clover, Key Lime, and Coral Reef from Gina K Designs, and Granny Apple Green and Calypso Coral from Stampin’Up. The cardstock is Old Olive and Calypso Coral from Stampin’Up, and White from Spectrum Noir.

The Double D Challenge is to use a punch. I have many punch and none are labeled with the correct name, so I can’t give the exact name of the punch used. I chose a scalloped border punch from EK Success for this card.

I love creating my own patterns, so the Mod Squad Challenge is perfect for me. I also love using my punches. I think I like border punches better than dies and I have both. I like the control of the punch. Thanks for looking!

22 thoughts on “You’re the Best

  1. This is great, Lisa, and awesome that you covered two challenges in one card. You really can create an wonderful stamped background.

  2. Love that background it looks so professional. Glad you got a twofer with this card. Such a bright and cheerful card.

    1. Yes, I need to get away from Winter. Tropical seems to call me a lot. If I can’t be there, at least I can dream and create in tropical.

  3. Great paper creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Double D Challenge Blog. We hope to see more of your creations.
    Kathy
    DD DT

  4. Such a gorgeous design, with such happy colours. I love the punch you used to frame the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Double “D” Challenges.
    Amelia (Double “D” Challenge Design Team)

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