Triangles galore...
Boho borders...

Umbrellas for you...

Well, here we are again, staring at the end of the week and looking forward to a long weekend!  Today’s card is a sketch from Pals Paper Arts.  I had debated about playing along with this one as I wasn’t so sure I could come up with something I liked for the sketch. 1 (640x540)

But I found my umbrella die and thought it would work perfectly!  I used fun new papers from SU!  These are papers from the upcoming catalog and are part of the cherry on top dsp.  This is a must have for you when the new catalog debuts in June.  The card base and umbrella handles are made from the new in-color tip top taupe.  Other demonstrators have been raving about the new in colors and they are right!  These are colors that you must see in person!  Lovely! 2 (640x310)

I quickly cut out three umbrellas from the dsp and tip top taupe and then adhered together.  I arranged the umbrellas, added the sentiment and some twine.  A fun cheery card that I will be sending to a friend who is needing a bit of a pick me up.

Thanks for stopping by today!  Be sure to pop in tomorrow!  I have a great project that showcases one of the new stamp sets from the upcoming SU! catalog.

Be sure to play along with the current Retro Rubber challenge!  Click HERE to find out more and to link up!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! tip top taupe, Bermuda bay, cherry on top dsp.  PTI white.  Stamps/dies:  WPLUS9 pretty patches umbrellas.  Other:  PTI linen impression plate.  Memento black.  Bermuda bay twine.


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Dawn Tidd

Cute little umbrellas and they look fantastic cut from DSP! I like the wrapped twine too. Thanks for playing at the PPA this week.

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