The past few days I've been showing you all the different color palettes within the Sarita paper packet. We've gone from Cotton Candy and Goldrush to Lagoon and Outdoor Denim (scroll down to see those examples). Today I am showing what I think is the most unique paper in Sarita, and the primary color is Gypsy.
This paper reminds me of a funky 60's or 70's theme. With this card and the last, I've used alcohol markers to color the seam binding. I love coloring with my markers!
I told you in my giveaway (be sure to enter!) that I would show you example from the Laughing Lola Cardmaking Kit stamp set this coming week. This is a great set, and it's fun to combine all the images. I've used five different stamps from the set on this card - the banners, the paint splatter (my favorite), the tag, and the two sentiments. The purple gems are also from the Laughing Lola Cardmaking kit.
I have really enjoyed sanding again, so I sanded all of the edges to bring out the white core.
We are off to the Minnesota State Fair today. We LOVE the fair and everything about it! Have a grand day no matter what you do, and thanks for stopping in!