Friday, September 30, 2016

Virginia's Die Hard Series-Take 3!

Happy Friday!

It's time to share my 3rd version of this Layering Leaves from Concord & 9th. Instead of sharing on a Saturday, I moved this post one day early.
You can see my two previous card with this die set hereand here.
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About this card: 
background stamping: I used the new STAMPtember release "Tiny Dots and Hearts"
pattern paper: it's so easy to use pattern paper with such an intricate die
sentiment: the added dimensions and silver-edged embossing make the sentiment pop
embellishments: strings and sequins

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It's a great masculine card for a change, eh?

I will be announcing my You Tube video Giveaway winner (still time to become my subscribers) tomorrow. AND..... I have another new video to share as well. Hope you will stop by!
Wish you a fabulous day! 
You can find out all the latest arrival over Simon Says Stamp here.
 I can't believe that this is the last day of September.
You can still check out all the STAMPtember release here.
Use code: 10SEPTEMBERTH9 (it takes 10% off)--last day!


Sheila H said...

Using patterned paper for the feathers is a great design technique, Virginia. I like the beautiful sentiment and texture of the background stamp.

Teresa Doyle said...

WOW Virginia! YOU inspire ME!
This is another great card, makes me wish I could keep up with all of the latest stamps and dies. LOL In the meantime I'll pin the ideas. TFS!

Jennifer Hovermale said...

With the die cut leaves, it really shows the beautiful pattern underneath. Great choice for sharing another way to use this die cut!!! Also, fantastic masculine card!! Thank you for sharing all of your knowledge and creativity with us!!!!!

Rachel A. said...

This is such a great card! I love the patterns and colors that you used. The sentiment is perfect! Thanks so much for sharing!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Just love your trio of leaves, Virginia! So great on that dotted paper!!

Lisa Elton said...

This is so delicate and lovely Virginia!

Barb Ghig said...

I LOVE how you played with these dies, and how you paired them with such a beautiful sentiment! You are so clever, Virginia!