Sunday, April 20, 2014

Paper Players 192

I wanted to play in the Paper Players Challenge today; washi tape.  I adore this stuff! 
The little black stripe at the top is washi tape.  I think I am joining the crowd of trying out Jennifer McGuire's techniques. That girl has some serious fresh ideas.  On this card, I used embossing paste [Studio Wendy Vecchi] with a stencil [Dylusions Flower Medley] and then put gold sparkle embossing powder on it. 

 Before heat embossing it, you need to let the paste dry.  It was waiting for me this am and worked perfect for this challenge.... I thought.

When I actually popped over to the Paper Players Blog, it said washi tape & CAS.  Whoops I sort of missed that CAS part with my first, I made another one!

Aww, now that's better - all that lovely white!  I used Inspired By Stamping; Paris and Tickets.  My tower is a MFT die, Eiffel Tower. and yes, the edge panel is washi tape.

Hope you all have a fabulous Bunny Day!

Thanks for stopping by~


LeAnne said...

Wow, both of these are stunning! The first one is AMAZING, and I love the simple elements you used on your second one! Way to rock that washi, Vicki!

Anonymous said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Both are great cards, but that first one blew me away!!!

Kim M said...

Love both of these cards! I think the first one is still pretty CAS despite the patterned bottom half. It's lovely! :-)

Karen B said...

I'm glad you did misread the PP challenge, otherwise we wouldn't have seen the first card...which is gorgeous (Jennifer certainly does inspire eh?) Love your CAS card with the ticket tucked behind the Eiffel Tower and the washi tape.


Karen x

Colleen Dietrich said...

Fabulous texture on that top card!

shirley-bee said...

Both cards are fab, Vicki! I love all that texture on the first one.

Deepti said...

These are so pretty. sorry I have been MIA but glad that I am catching up :)

Jaydee said...

Vicki, I love both cards :-) BUT... I am obsessed with your CAS version. Totally gorgeous!
So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week


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