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Papertrey Ink September 2014 Blog Hop

Hello Lovelies!
To say that I was smitten with the  Inspiration Photo Nichole chose for this month's hop is an understatement. Gorgeous colors, bright berries and warm sweaters..it just makes me want take a brisk walk in the cool fall air!

  Danielle also showed how to make some SUPER neat textured items for Make It Monday #181: Paper Casting. I'm have TOO much fun with this:) Big Hugs for sharing this technique Danielle!
I'll share more casting creations later:)


Here is the Colour Palette and photo for The September Hop Inspiration.


I used Doodlie-Do for the paper casting. Beautiful Brushstrokes works well as an accent.
B.B.: Farm and Barn makes a cozy background.
The sentiment is from Garden Grace.
Mixing different stamp sets is so much fun!

  I can't wait to see what everyone else has created this month:)

Thanks for stopping by!

LauraJane:)
Edited: So honored to have this card Highlighted in the October PTI newsletter:)  under Blog Hop Highlights!

19 comments:

Leigh Penner said...

I was trying to imagine how this technique would look on a card.... and your beautiful card has shown me that it looks wonderful! Great job!

Keri said...

Ahhhh! Adorable!!!! :)

BethieJ said...

LOVE your card, and those flowers are STUNNING! I MUST try this! :)
Have a GREAT day!
Happy Hopping! :)

Linda said...

Laura, lovely card. I also wondered how this technique would work on a card and you've shown great inspiration.

Martha said...

Laura, this is simply BEAUTIFUL!

Lisa Elton said...

LOVE LOVE this Laura!! Your paper cast flowers turned out beautifully!

Jacquie Southas said...

Stunning paper cast flowers - the details are amazing!

Sarah said...

I love your paper casting, I'm hoping to give this a go this weekend. Beautiful card you created with those items, love your creativity.x

3 Happy Crafters said...

Love your use for the paper casting! Such a pretty card too! Bravo!

Danielle Flanders said...

This is truly beautiful! I love your card!! I do think the paper casting looks better when it's cut into a shape first, like you did with the flower. Makes it look very professional and clean, then the embossing is SO pretty! Perfect!
Danielle

Unknown said...

Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing

Annheidel said...

Very pretty card!

Sue McRae said...

Beautifully done!

Joyously Noelle said...

Very sweet card! The paper casting is beautiful

Marilyn in Michigan said...

I love the flowers. They are so pretty in the paper casting.

Helen F. said...

WOW, Laura! Your card is gorgeous. The flower image is so crisp and sharp , it looks like it's cast in clay. LOVE it!

Kelly Latevola said...

Oh my goodness!! What a stunner this is! Those cast flowers are incredible. Beautiful Design Laura Jane!

Miriam Prantner said...

I saw this on the PTI FB page, and WOW! You totally nailed this technique, so gorgeous, love it combined with those leaves, this deserves another WOW!

Tracey McNeely said...

Laura Jane this is gorgeous!