Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week: Interlocking Backdrops

Hello! Back again for day three of Lawn Fawn Inspiration Week featuring Interlocking Backdrops.  I might have needed my head examined when I decided to paper piece the tile background stamp but I pushed through and have a fun card to show for it!

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I stamped the herringbone on a diagonal in toffee crunch ink for that great tone on tone on the kraft.  For the tile pattern I white embossed the stamp on each of three papers from the Dewey Decimal petite paper pack then created my pattern from there.  I did color it out on a scrap piece of paper to plan out my colors a little bit and give myself a map to go by.  After I got the stars on there I thought it still needed a little something extra so I cut some strips of paper and sprinkled them around. :)

Be sure to visit the Lawn Fawn Blog and see other creations using this great set!

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16 comments:

Elise C. said...[Reply to comment]

Wow, this card is great! The tile pattern much have taken some time, but it looks so cute! I also really like the stars that you made! :)

Leslie Hanna said...[Reply to comment]

this is amazing. you have SUCH patience with the paper piecing. and i love the scattered paper strips. :D

MS said...[Reply to comment]

The focus paid off! Love the look!

Anonymous said...[Reply to comment]

so fun! love it.
lauren

Renee V said...[Reply to comment]

Awesome card, great details and I like the paper strips!

Avital said...[Reply to comment]

I love what you did with the stamps on this card, such a creative use! Gorgeous card!

Nancy K said...[Reply to comment]

Okay, now I really feel like a lazy schlub. That paper pieced tile pattern looks fabulous! I can't imagine spending the time to make it so perfect, but then I'm not the Amazing Chari! Love this card, the design is stellar! We really must spend more time together, I'm sure some of your fabulous-ness would rub off on me.

Jean said...[Reply to comment]

So cool!!

Heather Innusa said...[Reply to comment]

I just love this!!! The neutral color scheme is great wth the POP of the embossing and great new LF papers!! Lots of work went into this baby. Great work - as usual :)

Annette Allen said...[Reply to comment]

this is so awesome...great design

Kari said...[Reply to comment]

You may think you may needed your head examined for paper piecing that cute backdrop - but that is what makes YOU amazing! This turned out to be such a fabulous card - you are not on the DT for nothing sweet Chari:)

Rachel K said...[Reply to comment]

Very cool card! Not sure I would want to attempt that paper-piecing, but it sure looks awesome. :)

Mommy25 said...[Reply to comment]

Love the brick pattern!

Malini C. said...[Reply to comment]

paper piecing perfection! amazing!

Crafty Aunt Dee said...[Reply to comment]

Very clever, I love the paper piecing as well as all the different textures you used. Great job

Yainea said...[Reply to comment]

GREAT card! Love every bit on it, the stripes of color on the diagonals are perfect and the paper piecing... well, that's from another world!

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