Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Jolly


Hello
What do you do when you have some leftover pieces of patterned duct tape?
You make a card!

This was a super easy card I made using some pieces of duct tape stuck onto cardstock.
I cut them into squares and glued them over my white embossed card front.
I die cut the 'be jolly' and glued that over the tape and done.
 

See....I told you, super simple.
Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.


Adding my card to these challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Wed.- ANYTHING GOES
Little Red Wagon- WHAT'S RED ALL OVER
STAMPlorations-CUTplorations- HOME IS WHERE THE HAPPY IS



Supplies
Stamps- none
Inks- none
Paper- heavy weight
Accessories and Tools- eb folder-Tim Holtz Sizzix HOLIDAY KNIT 2 Texture Fades
Sizzix/ be jolly die- STAMPlorations/ Cuttlebug/
patterned duct tape (Dollar Store)

17 comments:

  1. Brilliant card, love the design and colours, Kate x

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  2. What a wonderful idea and VERY effective too with the embossing.
    Faith
    x

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  3. This card is so striking, loving all the texture, the red and the white colour combination and what a fabulous use of the duct tape x

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  4. I like this card! Such pretty papers, textures and design.

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  5. Fabulous card. Great design Karen x

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  6. This red and white makes a great Christmas card Karen, and I love the duct tape pattern and the squares suit it perfectly, and the really good sized die cut sentiment embellishes it beautifully. A great embossed background too. x

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  7. Magnificent card and colours dear Karin.xx [aNNie]

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  8. Just gorgeous, Karen! I love it. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

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  9. The texture on your card is amazing. Love it. Thank you very much for playing along Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes Challenge. Gayatri xx

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  10. Beautiful card. Love that embossing. [Bunny]

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  11. Karen, this is beautiful and fantastic Christmas card. Using duck tape on your background is brilliant idea. Thank you so much for playing along with CUTplorations October Challenge.
    Hope to see you again at CUTplorations November Challenge.

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  12. Well you sure have some cool duct tape in your house! Love this and love that you hooked up over at CUTplorations. Thanks for playing with us, Karen.

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  13. How clever, Karen. This would be a great card using patterned paper too. I'm assuming you had no trouble sticking the die cut to the tape.

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  14. very cool duct tape, I need to check that out. Love the crispness of the red and white :)

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  15. Still Catching up! This is gorgeous! Barbxx

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