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Crazy Crafters Blog Hop | Special Guest Patty Bennett



Welcome to the Crazy Crafters Blog Hop for Febraury 2016, we have the great pleasure to have Patty Bennett as special guest.  

This month our theme is "Inspired by Patty", our task - to CASE (Copy And Selectively Edit) one of Patty's projects. I absolutely adore the Flowering Fields stamp set, so the project below was my call to CASE:


Stampin' Up! Flowering Fields notecards with Wink of Stella coloring technique by Patty Bennett. Wildflower Fields designer paper accents.

I love how Patty has combined stamping and Designer Series paper, separating the elements with the ribbon or washi tape. Here is my Patty inspired project:

 

My project features 2 of the amazing Sale-a-Bration products, Flowering Fields Stamp set and Wildflower Fields Designer Series Paper. I used Basic Black Archival to stamp the images and Aqua Painters to colour - I had a burst of inspiration and created a 2nd card!


 

Can you see the Wink of Stella on the water colouring? It has an amazing shimmer in real life, but is a tad difficult to photograph! The sentiments are from the One Big Meaning set available in the Annual Catalogue.

I would love it if you could pin my cards! Thank you so much to Patty Bennett for your time and inspiration. So make sure you hop all the way around our Crazy Crafters hop and see all the incredible ideas, and if you have a chance please leave a comment, we love receiving comments. You are currently on my blog - Sue Vine, check who is below me and that is where to head to next! Thanks for hopping with us.



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Comments

  1. Just love those cards Sue, just lovely. Angexx

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  2. Gees I am totally in love the with options this stamp set brings....Thanks Sue....you just gave me another idea

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  3. Absolutely beautiful and charming card - love it!

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  4. Lovely cards Sue. I really love the one that looks like a burst of flowery sunshine!

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  5. Gorgeous! I especially love the second card! x

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  6. Absolutely Stunning Sue. Just so delicate how you placed the flowers, and especially fanning them around the circle with the sentiment on it.

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  7. I adore your creations Sue!!! Super striking cards!

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  8. Just beautiful Sue. Love your take on Patty's card. Awesome.

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  9. Beautiful card! But I thought you earned free products with every $50 purchase?

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  10. Wow wow wow .. I especially love what you did with the Thank You card.. that is stunning!!!! :)

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  11. Great cards! Love the addition of the popped-up circle. TFS!

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  12. Really pretty, especially the bows. How'd you do that?

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  13. Just LOVE this card. Can I ask what ribbon you used?

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    1. Soft Sky Seam Binding, I have done a similar card http://misspinkscraftspot.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/happy-hello-from-flowering-fields.html and included lots of detials about what I used

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  14. I love the pretty spring colors of your cards and the crisp refreshing feel of them. I featured your thank you card in my weekly Saturday Morning Coffee Cafe post this morning. Have a great weekend!

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