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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Paper Players 380 Apron of Love


Happy Sunday, peeps!  Laurie is our Paper Players hostess this week with a wonderful color challenge, one of my favorites!  Here we go:


I just got Apron of Love, even though I told myself I was NOT going to, but it was so cute, I gave in!  I used some retired Sending Love DSP to make this simple fun-fold card, the idea for which I saw on Cindy Brumbaugh's blog; (you can see it here, she lists all the measurements!).


I always need get-well cards, so I thought this would be a cheerful color combination; I stamped the flowers in the "pocket"...isn't it cute?  Seeing that little scallop edge is what sold me on this bundle!  I added little red accents:


And some hearts on the inside.  I left the bottom panel unstamped so I could write a little note on it:


This is such a classic color combination, there were lots of ideas floating around in my head!  I hope you'll play along so we can see your ideas!  Check out the DT's creations at the Paper Players blog!

I don't have any pictures of Cassidy today, but I did receive a picture of my newest great-nephew Sawyer with his big brother Jameson and daddy!  Jameson had a nasty illness for a few days, so he had to stay with his mom-mom while his mommy gave birth to Sawyer!  Now everyone is healthy and they finally got to meet each other.  I believe at one point, Jameson told his mom, "Your new baby is boring!"  Out of the mouths of babes!


Enjoy your day and be blessed!

Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Apron of Love
Card stock & Papers     Thick White, Real Red, Crumb Cake, Sending Love DSP (ret)
 Ink Real Red, Crumb Cake
Accessories
Tools     Big Shot, Apron Builder Framelits, Dimensionals, Adhesive Sheets

17 comments:

Joanne James said...

LeAnne your little get well apron is adorable and looks so clean and fresh in this colour combo. Love the scalloped pocket detail - it sold me on this set too! What a neat fancy fold too - I like how you used it vertically, I’ve only seen it used horizontally before yet it works well. Cute baby picture - looks like the beginning of fun times!

Maria Rodriguez. said...

Oh LeAnne, this card can't be more adorable and sweet, the apron is super cute and cheerful and this fun fold design totally showcases it along with the fabulous DSPs.
I love cards with certain fun folds that allow the recipient to display the card after they receive it, this one is awesome, I've never seen it before so thank you for the link to your friend's blog where she gives the measurements.
Now, Congratulations to you and your family for this new and adorable little Angel, he is just so beautiful and his big brother too, what he said about his baby brother is so sweet and innocent, but just wait till he can play catch with him, they will have a blast.
Thanks for sharing.
XO
Maria.

Vickie said...

Well done Leanne....have been wanting to do this technique....love what you did with it...the little scallop does add a nice touch indeed.
Cute nephews.. Have a beautiful day...and YOU be blessed

Kampin' Karen said...

I still have this DSP and the way you used it makes me want to get it out again and not use it strictly for Valentine's day. I love that apron, but I am not going to cave! I do have an idea up my sleeve though. The men in your family are all quite handsome

Jan Clothier said...

Very sweet and cheerful, LeAnne. The scallop edging is lovely but it's the way the apron strings spread out that has me!

Dawn Tidd said...

So cute, LeAnne. I'm like you and gave in to this set after saying I wasn't going to purchase it. After seeing your card I'm even happier that I gave in and can't wait to try it. This DSP is perfect with that cute apron and I love the fold!

Wendy said...

Oh my....this card is adorable, LeAnne! I love the style and design first off! The papers are pretty and I love, love, love this Apron Bundle! I got this just recently and have not used it yet but I love the little scalloped piece that is under the pocket as well! So dainty & pretty! Have I said how much I love your card???!! This will definitely cheer up someone who is under the weather! TFS and have a great week ahead! Hugs~

Patricia Simone said...

Love the card. You always have very creative ideas. Also love the picture of little one and brother with Daddy. Enjoy your day.

Lesli Giertuga said...

I Love your card - I love the fold - I have scrapbooked for YEARS but have just started to make cards seriously for a short time - I love seeing new ideas!! I will be back to see more for sure!!

Lisa Elton said...

Now that's a pretty little apron! Love the ruffly pocket and those sweet flowers. Fantabulous card LeAnne! Sweet little father son photo too. Just wait till that little "boring baby" is walking...big brother will have a run for his money!!!

laurie said...

I LOVE this! SOOO cute. Love the apron,and of course the fold..awesome card.

Have a great Valentines Day!

Nance Leedy said...

Oh my this is adorable, LeAnne! The homespun charm of this stamp set has your name all over it. You're right, that sweet little scalloped trim is so cute. It's all perfect for the color challenge. Love your the new baby's name--what a bundle of cuteness!

Claire Broadwater said...

Oh my word, this is adorable! I love that apron and the fun fold card! It looks fabulous in this color combo. Your sweet scalloped trim and the flowers in the apron are precious! This get well wish will make someone feel better quickly! Sending you a big hug, My Friend! XX

Ann Abrahamson said...

What a fab fun fold card and you've inspired me to step out of the box and try something different outside the "A2" box! The apron is so cute but I'm chanting "no more shopping this month!" Hope you're having a great week ~ Hugs, Annie

Cindy Brumbaugh said...

Awe, this is absolutely adorbs! I love how crisp and clean it is!! Thanks for the shout out- I was inspired by my friend Janet Munden with the fun fold- I just love it...it is so easy to make and is just a little different for a little wow! Congrats on the new addition to your family:)

Anonymous said...

LeAnne, what a great idea to make an apron card. I love it. I also love the mixtures of patterns and those three little hearts in the middle fold. Wonderful use of the challenge colors
hugs
jaydee

stampwithsandy said...

LeAnne, this is adorable! I agree with Nance, these stamps and dies had your name all over them! I love the cute apron and the fun fold. Super card!