Saturday, August 1, 2009

Razzleberry Lemonade

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I was totally inspired by the cards Becky Oehler showed on her blog here, so I got out my Razzleberry Lemonade designer paper and started cutting.

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What a fun way to use lots of small pieces of DP--and be treated to all those fun colors and patterns!  But I noticed when I have a project like this at my stamp camps, sometimes my customers have a hard time mounting and centering these smaller pieces.  So I came up with an easier way to ensure that your panel is even and centered.

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I made another card while I was playing, but this time, I wheeled a piece of Melon Mambo with the jumbo wheel Cornelli Lace in Versamark, then heat embossed it with Iridescent Ice EP for a totally different effect:

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Here's a little closer view of the embossing:DSCF4774

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for visiting today!  And here is another fabulous birthday card I received from Beth:

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and from Robyn:

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Thanks ladies!

  • Stamps:  Circle Circus, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Holiday Blitz, Cornelli Lace jumbo wheel
  • Paper:  Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo, WW, Razzleberry Lemonade
  • Ink:  Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo, Versamark
  • Acc:  Polka Dot Ribbon, 1 3/8" circle punch, scallop punch, Dimensionals, scrap paper, Iridescent Ice DP, Heat Tool

12 comments:

  1. Love your paneled cards LeAnne! what great colors - super embossing too - and Happy B'day - what pretty cards you received!

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  2. They are very pretty Leanne, love the pinks! scrummy! love the lolly on the birthday card too!
    take care
    Nicki
    x

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  3. Fabulous Razzleberry cards, LeAnne and great technique for lining things up! I LOVE how that lacy stamp looks with the Iridescent Ice EP!

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  4. What a great idea for those panels - love those colors, and the cards came out so very pretty!

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  5. I love your panel cards! Thanks for the tip for getting the panels evenly spaced! I needed that!
    BTW - belated Happy Bday!

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  6. Such a fun and cheery card!!! I definitely want to play with my patterns more now that I'm inspired by all the PTI girls.

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  7. LOVE that razzleberry lemonade card with the panels!

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  8. Girl!!! I just left her blog and I LOVED her card! I'm going to try to make one of those, too! I have no idea when, we have family in town right now and then we'll have some other out of town guests---this really limits the stamp time! Glad you found some~

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  9. Clever way to add the dp scraps to the card!

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  10. What wonderful birthday cards you have gotten.
    I like the pattern card you have there, I am far to effecient with my scraps, I would have to make scraps to be able to make this card :)

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  11. LeAnne... what an AWESOME tutorial and I'm always looking for ideas to use up my scraps! And I have this DP on order... I'm probably the only girl in the USA that doesn't own it... Ha! :)

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  12. LeAnne, I love this idea! I have all these pieces tucked in my 6x6 pads and just keep collecting them. Love your work!

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