Love from our home to yours + Video

Hi!

I’m back with another card and video for you today! I bought this die from Paper Smooches a couple of weeks ago and today I finally had the time to use it for the first time. I made a video of the process if you are interested.

Thank you so much for stopping by, I really appreciate your support!
Take care and I wish you all a Happy Easter!

Card created by Joanna Harty using die and stamp from paper Smooches, more information an a video over at www.hartybyheart.com

 

Card created by Joanna Harty using die and stamp from paper Smooches, more information an a video over at www.hartybyheart.com


Challenges : Paper Smooches, Virginia Views Challenge, Uniko Studio, Dies r us,

April/May Challenge: Layers and Dimensions

 

Supplies:

  • Stampset – Paper Smooches – Bitty Bungalows
  • Die – Super 2 from Paper Smooches
  • Grey cardstock from Simon Says Stamp, Fog, Slate and
  • Grey cardstock base – Panduro Hobby
  • White cardstock from Neenah Solar White 110lb
  • Black copy paper
  • Yellow cardstock scraps from Tim Holtz cardstock
  • Ink –  Versafine Onyx Black
  • 2 Way Zig Gluepen
  • Foam tape
  • Corner Chomper
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43 thoughts on “Love from our home to yours + Video

  1. Virginia Lu

    UBER cool! You really used the dimensions so very fabulously!! Love it so much, Joanna! Thanks so much for playing Virginia’s View “Layers and Dimensions” Challenge! Hope to see your lovely work soon again!

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  2. Barb Ghig

    Gorgeous card, Joanna! I love how you layered your die cuts to create dimension and the muted color palette is stunning with the pop of yellow! Perfect for Virginia’s challenge!

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  3. Sarah

    Fantastic and striking card Joanna. Love how you’ve used the Paper Smooches skyscraper die and layered it.
    thanks for playing along at Uniko Studio too. Sarah x

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  4. Larissa Heskett

    OMG OMG OMG!! This is AWESOME!! LOVE ALL of the Layering that you did!! What a FUN Design!! =) THANKS for sharing the Video and THANKS SO MUCH for joining us on the Paper Smooches SPARKS Challenge Blog and I hope you’ll join us again this week!! =) Have a FABULOUS Easter Sunday!! =)

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  5. Maria

    Wow! What a fabulous card with awesome dimension! Thanks so much for joining us at Dies R Us this month for the challenge! Please come back soon!:-)

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  6. Savannah O'Gwynn

    Saw your card on the Paper Smooches Facebook page— Congrats on being a FB Featured Fan!

    I loooooooove that city scape with the one building lit up! FAB! LOVE LOVE LOVE this card!

    THANKS for joining in the fun with the PSS challenge:) Hope you join in the fun again soon!

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    1. Joanna Harty Post author

      Oh, Thanks Vicky, you are so sweet!! I didn’t even knew my card won! *doing the happy dance*

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  7. Nancy Penir

    Joanna, I’m in awe! Love the images of the skyscrapers in grays, but super love how you took it up a notch and added the lit windows to 2 of them. Gorgeous!

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    1. Joanna Harty Post author

      Thank you Nancy! So sweet of you to comment, and I’m really happy that you liked the card!

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  8. Wiebke

    Joanna, your town-scene looks GREAT!
    Ilove everything of it – the different shades of white-grey-black, all these big houses and of course the yellow enlightened windows!
    Late congratulations to your win at Virginias View Challenge! :-)

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