Weekend Video – Hello

When I got this new paper pad by cosmo cricket I fell in love! I had to use it asap. So here is a card design where you can use almost all the colors of a paper pad! Just cut 9 squares from any pad collection you have. You can never go wrong with squares!

This card also has lace. So it’s perfect for this week’s Caardvarks challenge.

Card size: 5 1/2 x 4 1/4  and the little squares are 1×1 inches each.

I upload a new video every weekend so if you enjoy them don’t forget to subscribe on my blog or my YouTube channel.

Enjoy the video and then scroll down for a list of supplies.

Supplies:

Click on the images below for more details on the supplies used.

1. Material girl
2. Essential messages
3. Tim Holtz Scissors
4. Scallop border
5. Ambrosia buttons
6. White Embossing
7. Heat gun
8. Acrylic blocks
9. Versamark
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21 Comments

  1. Darling card, I sure like the addition of the tape on it. And what a way to recycle your clothes!!! Tell your husband to watch out you’ll be searching in his closet next, lol. Just love the videos it’s so fun to see how you put everything together!

    March 22, 2010
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  2. Lindsay said:

    I just love this card! Your video is too fun! That music makes me smile!

    March 22, 2010
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  3. jean said:

    Love the card. It reminds me of the window in a grandmother’s kitchen. Sometimes you can cut the squares from the packaging in a paper collection where it shows what is included.

    March 22, 2010
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  4. Kate Shepley said:

    Another wonderful card Vicki but how effective and easy. You must be a very busy person, you’re an inspiration. I look forward to seeing what you’ll come up with next. Also thanks for the digitals this week. They will come in handy.

    March 22, 2010
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  5. Amy said:

    Awesome card!! I love the way you used the lace off of an old shirt. Thanks for joining us at Caardvarks!!

    March 22, 2010
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  6. Love the card…love the video! Loved the music! Thanks for making me smile!!

    March 22, 2010
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  7. NancyK said:

    I love this card Vicky…the Material Girl mini deck paper is a favorite. I will definitely be using your perfect design with my papers, thanks for the lovely inspiration and the great video tutorial!

    March 22, 2010
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  8. Virginia L. said:

    I just LOVE your happy card. It looks like a window from a lovely kitchen to me…so sunny and sweet! You are ULTRA creative, Vicky!!

    March 22, 2010
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  9. patricia said:

    Love your card is adorable.Great video =P

    March 22, 2010
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  10. Whoops!… Sorry, I hit the “Add Comment” button before I was finished with my comment. LoL…
    Your card is so cute!
    I loved the pattern paper!
    And I really like how you put all the squares together.
    Great design! 🙂

    March 22, 2010
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  11. Mabel M said:

    Great video and card!!! thanks for sharing us Vicki!! =)

    March 23, 2010
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  12. Rosana said:

    It`’s very cute and the papers are perfect for this card.

    March 23, 2010
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  13. Jill said:

    Lovely, just LOVELY! You always make the pp sing! 🙂

    March 23, 2010
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  14. Tejal said:

    I loved this card so much, I CASEd it..such a fabulous inspiration..I love how this card is so neat and clean as all your cards are..

    thank you for the inspiration.

    here’s my card
    http://bit.ly/9eQlfy

    Thanks again…hope to be inspired soon.
    Tejal

    April 4, 2010
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  15. Jessie said:

    where did the tape measure come from? Your cards are great

    April 10, 2010
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  16. Sarah Levar said:

    This video brought back memories of my earliest cards. While I was growing up my mom ran a small “mom and pop” fabric and craft shop. When I first starting stamping I didn’t have many embellishments but I did have “treasures from my sewing basket.” Eyelet lace was one of the few items I had. Now I have hundreds of embellishment choices but today I think I will take a trip down memory lane and use your idea for inspiration. I am “sew” glad I stumbled onto your website. It’s really fun and such a great link to others. Keep up the good work!

    May 15, 2010
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