Patterned Paper, Project Life, and A Golden Hello

I made another card for the Photo Pocket Scrapbooking Challenge over at Moxie Fab World. I couldn't help it. It had to happen. HA!

You see, earlier this week I cleaned things up in my studio a bit. I also did some organizing and such, but, until last night, I didn't have a chance to actually do some CREATING! I hit a few assignments, but then I ended up doing a couple of 'just for fun' cards because, well, IT'S FUN! Silly, Rabbit! Anyway, I recently purchased this My Mind's Eye Market Street paper pad and was having a hard time with the colors, but I decided to give it a shot and I LOVE how this card turned out!


I keep one of those cute little ceramic egg cartons from Anthropologie on my desk filled with sequins and one pretty little wood mounted stamp from Bossy Joscie because I love it too much to actually put it away somewhere. I pulled that stamping goodness out for this card, too! YAY!

Golden Hello (detail)

I stamped the sentiment on a journaling card from the Becky Higgins Midnight Project Life collection and added a few gold enamel dots because I like them. Lots. No, but for reals, you guys. I love those things.

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Have a Happy!


  1. Oh I love it! A bit more "scrappy" and artsy than your usual! It looks like it was super fun to make and I'm glad you had a chance to create just for fun--sometimes we can get caught up in all the "important" deadlines and have-to's, it can suck the fun right out of it and isn't that why we started doing this in the first place? Right! :) Hugs and happy Thursday Jingle and peeps!

  2. Happy card! Lovin' the scrappiness!!! Thanks for sharing :-)

  3. Awesome! Loving all the FAB gold!!!

  4. such a cute card.. love that paperclip..

  5. what a sweet card, I love the gold dots too :)

  6. Such a gorgeous card, love all the elements of this card.

  7. Oh, yes, fantastic layering card. The touch of gold turns everything so cool.

  8. Swoon.
    And swoon.


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