Sunday Share-day!

Good Sunday Morning!!

Y’all it’s a great day to share on a Crafty Collaboration blog hop. If are arn’t sure who or what Crafty Collaborations is, well we are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from across the world who LOVE to share craft things. Our Share it Sunday hop is just that… us sharing beautiful things with you! Make sure you hop on through the whole hop to see all the things!

Today I am sharing with you a card that was a bit tortured in creating but the end card is probably one of my favorites ever! It’s another card with the super fun Party Puffin set! 

Can you see why I love it???? Black and white and pink!! So this started out as a project for a theme hop, but I just couldn’t get it where I wanted it. LOL so I let the card speak to me and this is where we ended. Since it no longer fit the theme of my other hop, here it is for you! And honestly I love it here better. One of the things I love about this Share it Hop is that you get a collection of ideas from everywhere! 
Before we dive into the details about the card, I wanted to share the hop list! 

Details for today’s card

Ok let’s talk this card!  This is a standard A2 Thick Basic White card base (side fold 4.25″x5.5″). I added a layer of Flirty Flamingo 1/8″ smaller. This lets a peak of white sneak out and pops our black and white off that pink! Now the DSP (pattern paper) is part of the Hostess Paper pack called Pattern Party. If you haven’t been a host yet, you need to! This paper is life! One side is black and white the other is packed with color. There really isn’t a single style to this paper it’s a little all over the place. I think that it why I love it so much! The starting size for the DSP layer is 4″x5.25″. I split the paper so that it would have a diagonal running through it. The Flirty Flamingo DSP paper is 1″ wide and matted 1/8″ larger in Flirty Flamingo cardstock. I used a little piece from the diagonal in that upper left corner to add some color there too. Now those Puffins are super easy to stamp and color. I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then some yellow and orange Stampin’ Blends to color them. But you could use markers or colored pencils too. Below is a list of what I used. 

Thank you for hopping with us today! Make sure you keep going to see all the projects from Crafty Collaboration! 

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