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Burlap at JUGS!

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Screen Shot 2015-01-18 at 1.05.14 PMHello Friends, Have we got an awesome Trend Challenge over at Just Us Girls, Ina had the brilliant idea to use burlap on our projects this week! Boy was this fun! I need to show you where my idea for this card came from…it is only the right thing to do.  I found this card on Pinterest probably a year or more ago and when I saw Ina’s challenge the idea hit me!  I got so excited! LOL  Here is the card!PTI-MIM7

  Isn’t it the coolest card you have ever laid eyes on?  I LOVE it!  Now here are a few of my details:  The flowers I used are from Stampin Up.  The DP is Who Knows?  The grass die is from Impression Obsession and the Thank You sentiment is from Verve.  I put a belly band around my basket which I think worked well so the twine wouldn’t get lost. Some inking, distressing, pop dots, twine, pearls, and some hot glue to hold my burlap together and I was done. It was a very quick card and so fabulous to boot!  Sorry for tooting my own horn…but someone has to right?

Now head on over to Just Us Girls and see what my team and our Guest Designer Stephanie has done with their burlap…and while your there you might as well join us!

I am also going to link this up over at Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge blog where it’s Anything Goes. Untitled

Take care and Happy Valentine’s Day!  I have a fun day planned!  I am meeting up with a fellow card maker that I met online, that is ohhhhh so sweet and funny!  I am super excited. Pics to follow!  Then later on who knows what Hubby and I will do, but as long as we are together that is all that matters!  DH thinks Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark day anyhoo.  So no flowers or diamonds for me! 😉

Nanc’

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20 thoughts on “Burlap at JUGS!

  1. Wow! Nancy your card is absolutely gorgeous! Love your take on the inspiration card! The burlap is awesome and I love the sweet yellow flowers! Amazing job! Have a Blessed day ! xo ~

  2. Oh so cute. It shines of warm spring. Good on a cold day like today, even in Florida!

  3. This has to be one of my favorites that you’ve done, Nancy, so I don’t blame you for tooting your horn. Have fun meeting up with your crafting friend and Happy Valentine’s Day.

  4. That card designs is so outstandingly beautiful. I love the flowers and your burlap basket too.

  5. How clever to make a basket with the burlap you go girl

  6. It is stunning and so cheery. Love the burlap!

  7. what a fab use of the burlap and a really sunny, happy card. Thanks for joining ATSM

  8. OMGoodness, your most Beautiful card to date! LOVE the burlap bucket of flowers, the colors, and all of the details right down to the distressed edges! LOVE it! Happy Valentines Day, Nancy!

  9. You certainly took your cased card to a whole new level with the burlap. Beautiful card Nancy. Just gorgeous.

  10. This is gorgeous. I love the burlap and your take on the original card. Both cards are pretty.

  11. Isn’t this just the sweetest thing…..ever?!?! Love it! May have to ‘borrow’ it!

  12. LOVE your burlap basket – so clever! Thanks so much Nancy for linking up with us at ATSM! Hugs, Cornelia

  13. Toot away girl! This card is amazing! What a fabulous CASE!

  14. A fantastic, sunny card with such elegant and beautiful attention to detail
    Thanks for playing along at ATSM
    Sarah x

  15. Love the way you have used the burlap. Your flowers are so pretty and I love the green peeking through.

  16. This is beautiful! Love love how you used the burlap as your “pot” for the flowers!! Stunning!

  17. This is lovely – I think the bunch of spring flowers is just gorgeous!! I do like the texture with the burlap. Thanks so much for playing along with ASM this week!

  18. This card is a real shot of spring in a grey February, can’t wait for all those yellow daffs to be out in the garden. 🙂

  19. I love how you made a burlap basket for those beautiful flowers! It has me yearning for spring. Love the distressed edges, too. Brilliant use of the burlap!

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