Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Scrapy Land Challenge #39

Hello Blogging Buddies,

Today is the start of a new challenge on the Scrapy Land Challenge Blog!

The theme for this challenge is
Anything goes plus use any brand of low profile or steel ruled die Scrapy Land sells.

Scrapy Land has over 40 brands of dies.  You can see them all here.  Please link your project back to the Scrapy Land Challenge blog.


White card stock
Various papers from my stash
Faded Jeans distress ink

For this A2 card I started with white card stock for the base of the card.  Then I added the blue patterned paper.  Next I cut out the Spellbinders Window Two die and with the same paper I ran a piece through my Vagabond with the Darice  Stripe Background Embossing Folder.  Next I cut out the blue sky paper and the Poppystamps Weeping Willow Branch die and pieced that together to make the window looking outside to the yard.  I used Faded Jeans distress ink around the edge of the wainscoting on the bottom part of the card.  I just love the look of this serene wall with the window overlooking the garden!

Be sure to stop by the Scrapy Land Challenge Blog to see all the wonderful creations made by the SL Design Team!!

Please remember: 
~ include one or more die brands that Scrapy Land sells
~ follow the theme
~ include a link to the Scrapy Land Challenge in your post.  
~ It would be extremely helpful if you would list the brands of dies used in your project as well.
~ Please limit the number of entries to five.

The challenge closes on Sunday, April 17, giving the Designers time to choose the Winner and the Top Three.  The winner will receive a $15 gift certificate to the Scrapy Land store.

I hope I have inspired you to create something fun today!

Thanks for stopping by,


  1. WOW!!! Gorgeous card Lori! I love cards with windows :)
    Paper Talk with Samra

  2. This is so beautiful, Lori!! I love the scene you've created!! The vines out the window are awesome!! The wood wainscotting along the bottom is a perfect touch!! Love this my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  3. Hi Lori! Wow! What a gorgeous design with that window scene!! The details look so elegant and pretty!! HUGS :)

  4. Lori, you've made a beautiful, serene scene here with your lovely die cuts! I love weeping willow trees and so this makes this very dear to my heart! Hugs!

  5. This is gorgeous Lori! Love the outside scene you created for your window. It's so peaceful and calming.

  6. That is a beautiful room with a view. I love the wallpaper

  7. Very beautiful card and love the window view and paper. Hugs - Nancy

  8. WOW I love it. the window with the vies is so lovely
    Thank you for your inspiration. Have a blessed day, my friend
    DIANA L.

    DL.ART crinkle ribbon

  9. that was suppose to read vines-- sorry

  10. Hi Lori this is a stunning card I love the design and how you have used the die. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  11. Love the vines through the window pane and the inside of the room looks so realistic. Great job.

  12. Wow! Beautiful card, Lori! Love your wainscoting and wallpaper! You are so innovative and imaginative! Love the design! Hugs, de

  13. Very pretty card, the soft colors are beautiful, hugs, Lori m

  14. Beautiful card, Lori! I love the design and how you have used the die !Beautiful colors

  15. gorgeous card! and the colors are perfect.

  16. Beautiful card! I love vines and also that background paper you used. The wainscoting is a fabulous idea and just perfect! Very creative!
    Sorry I haven't been around lately. Been on a pretty rocky road around here. Hopefully things will improve soon. I know I've missed see some on your wonderful creations.

  17. Beautiful card, it makes me think of nice sunny warm weather, love it, hugs, Lori m

  18. It's gorgeous Lori, makes me want to see what else is beyond the window!
    Dawn xx

  19. What a lovely card I have a Spellbinders D Lites window die and not used it much But you've inspired me to get it out again


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