Friday, July 1, 2016

My Most Pinned Card EVER

Wow. When I woke up the morning of 5/27/16 with the idea of the card below, I wasn't even sure if my idea would work. I hadn't seen anyone else do a flag card yet with these Swirly Scribble thinlits, but literally woke up with the idea of how I could make it look like the flag was kind of waving in the air. 

What do you think? I think it worked!

Want to know what I really think made it work? See below. The 2 pieces that have arrows pointed at them were some of the remains after I cut 3 of the red long swirls. I think it is those 2 pieces that finished it off and gave it the illusion I wanted to create. Those pieces helped indicate movement. 

By the is exciting to see all of the CASE's of this card and the different variations of it out there. That's what is so great about Pinterest and stamping! 

For more information on products used, see the original blog post here

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Artfully Yours,

1 comment:

  1. Kim - Awesome to have so many pins! I'm one of those. I pinned it when you first posted it on your site. It is a perfect flag card. The movement is THERE! Thanks for all your amazing inspiration. I love your ideas, work and creations. You are an original! TFS and Happy 4th of July! Barb


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