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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

More Twofer Beverages

Happy Wednesday - hope you're having a great week! As usual, I was out shopping and spotted some fun crafty things. Couldn't resist a Tim Holtz mini blueprint set (they had a bunch discounted at Tuesday morning but I restrained myself!!). I knew the bottle image would work perfectly on cards for this month's Twofer Card Challenge.


Here's my Twofer! I used the blueprint bottle image on both cards, cutting it down to a glass at left.


Supplies: Paper - Neenah Classic Crest Solar White;
Momenta Marbled Pastels; Lawn Fawn Spring Plaid
Michael's yellow; DCWV A2 pastel card
Stamps - Hero Arts CM256 Flowers for Coloring &
Rounded Rectangle Infinity Dies; MFT Blueprints - retired
Other - Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, Joy thin foam

Supplies: Paper - Neenah Classic Crest Solar White;
Momenta Marbled Pastels; Lawn Fawn Rainbow Plaid
Stamps - Tim Holtz Mini Blueprints Treats
Other - Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, Joy thin foam

And now for a Threefer! I started making a bouquet on a smaller rectangle and tried doodling the stems and leaves. Didn't like it at first but decided it would be usable.

Supplies: Paper - Neenah Classic Crest Solar White;
Momenta Marbled Pastels; Hero Arts Layering Papers
Stamps - Tim Holtz Mini Blueprints Treats
Dies - Hero Arts Rounded Rectangle Infinity Dies &
Other - Copic Markers, Glossy Accents, Joy thin foam, 
Michael's gems, white gel pen

That's it for today. Happy crafting and thanks for stopping!!

8 comments:

Darnell said...

You've made another wonderful set of cards (threefer!), Linda! I think I might have that blueprint bottle around here, hmmm. It makes a spectacular card design! I love the bright and bold colors of the bottle and the plaid. And how clever to cut the bottle down to make it a vase on the next two cards! It makes a great container for your sweet bouquets and very pretty designs! Thank you so much for playing again in Twofer Card Challenge #7! Hugs, Darnell

Betty Keefe said...

agree with Darnell - so creative to cut the bottle down to make a vase - great threefer set of cards, Linda!!

Rosemary said...

you are so clever to cut down the bottle to create the glass for the flowers! all three cards are fabulous!

Happy Dance said...

Both of these are so bright and cheerful, Linda! I'm especially smitten by the blue and yellow vase from your bottle card! How darn clever to have a small image just lighting up center stage on this sweet birthday card! Love it! And your 'thanks' card is so happy, too! Great use of color and pattern for this one. These are just fun!! Thanks so much for joining us at the Twofer Challenge! Bev

Sybrina K said...

Linda, Great idea to trim down that image! Well done!!!

Jean said...

These are terrific! I'll go look at that stamp set. Great color choices.

Greta said...

Aren't you clever?! Love your cards, Linda! Boy do I wish there was a Tuesday Morning in my town!

Darnell said...

Congratulations on your Twofer win, Linda! I don't see an email contact on your blog, so would you please email me regarding guest designing? Thank you! darnell dot knauss at gmail dot com.