Monday, May 25, 2015

Happy Birthday



Can't remember the last time I posted twice in one day, but yahoo for long weekends with extra time to create.  My second card today in inspired by the PTI Blog Hop photo below.  This is one of those moments where I wish I could challenge my inner Laura Bassen and creating some wickedly cool card that knocks the spectrum of colors out of the park. This card doesn't rival a Laura card, but I'm happy with the end result :)!  Have to do what a girl has to do!  How you are having fun with your family this Memorial Day weekend!




35 comments:

  1. Well, I happen to think it's an awesome card. Love the happy, fun colors!

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  2. VERY PRETTY LYNN, i ALMOST USED THAT STAMP SET . LOVE YOUR COLORS

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  3. this looks like one big party! Love the overlapped circles :)

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  4. Fun, fun card, Lynn! Lovely layout of colors!

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  5. Oh, now, hey, yes, it does rival a Laura card! Very much so and she'd be the first to say so! I love it to bits, Lynn!! And you're first in the gallery - whoot! I think this card would also be great for the sketch challenge at Happy Little Stampers! Enjoy the rest of the long holiday!! Hugs, Darnell

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  6. Oh, I think this is fabulous, Lynn! I love the generational stamping!

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  7. This is really pretty! I love circles and squares too. I can't decide which I prefer. I think that Laura rocks too. Your card is very Laura-esque. I love it.

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  8. Lynn, this is gorgeous card! I love your interpretation of the inspirational photo and the black tiny line above the circles!

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  9. This is gorgeous and I'm sure Laura will be inspired by it!

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  10. Fabulous, fun card. I think Laura would love it. I almost used that stamp set also. Great take on the challenge.

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  11. Love this, Lynn! Beautiful stamping and a fab take on the inspiration photo! ♥

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  12. Fab CAS card- I love Laura Bassen's projects too.

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  13. This is gorgeous! Love how it's subtle but packs a punch just the same. That little tiny black line on the top really balances out your design so perfectly.

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  14. Fabulous card! Love the way you used this stamp set.

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  15. Love this--I see you channeled your inner "Lynn" to make this beautiful and happy card.

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  16. Perfectly stamped - terrific card!

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  17. Lynn love fabulous Sketched Shapes!

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  18. First entry. Way to go, Lynn. I think this is a great card and agree with Darnell that it should go to HLS Sketch Challenge.

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  19. love this card nice design and colours x

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  20. This is wonderful, Lynn! Beautifully done!

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  21. Sketched Shapes is great with this rainbow look. Fun, cheery card! I remember Laura using the notched banner in this set, overlapping her rainbow colors along the bottom edge!

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  22. I love this! The circles are so fun and your sentiment is perfectly placed!

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  23. Love the way the circles fade out as they drift down the card. So cool!

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  24. Love the sketchy circles Lynn, terrific card!

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  25. Perfect use of Sketched Shapes, Lynn, and really like the black strip that ties in your sentiment so well.

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  26. Your tiny black strip has quickly become your "little black dress" detail, Lynn.. I just love it. Fabulous card!
    =] Michele

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  27. Love this card - your design, balance and colours.

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  28. And this is a beauty of a card! Love all the colours and I am still liking circles and in this lay out they look so great! Hugs, Gerrina

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  29. This is darling. Fabulous use of the circles and the colours.

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  30. This is awesome Lynn, love how you've overlapped the circles and that tiny strip of black is a perfect extra detail :)
    Jenny x

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  31. So fun! Such a pretty mix of colors, and I just love all the overlapping images trailing from the top edge!

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