Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Repeat Impressions Long Tall Sally Challenge

Hi fellow stampers!  Today Wendy, owner of Repeat Impressions  challenges us to a "Long Tall Sally" project.  Here is the card I made.
It is legal size and I've used the sentiment called Beauty of Springtime.  It has a Happy Easter Greeting at the bottom, but I did a little masking so that that part was not on this card.  It started out as a masculine card - but somehow morphed into more of a feminine one.  Go figure.... Next week - it's gotta go masculine.

Your project needs to be a long card.  We look forward to seeing what you will do with the challenge.  You don't have to use Repeat Impression stamps but if you do, your name will be entered twice (2x) for a random drawing for a really nice gift certificate from Repeat Impressions.  Check out Wendy's blog, The House That Stamps Built for the complete guidelines and link your project there.   

You might want to check out what these Rock Star Designers have created to inspire you.  Good luck - and I'm looking forward to seeing your projects.

  • Kathy...
  • Heather 
  • Patti
  • Shirley
  • Laurie
  • Cheri... 
  • Deonna... 
  • Joy .... you are here

Thanks for looking at my card - have a HAPPY stamping day.

7 comments:

Cheri said...

Fabulous way to show off that sentiment, Joy. Love the morph!

Glittered Paws said...

Love this - awesome how you took a simple sentiment and made it work on a larger surface area.

Donna said...

This is just stunning Joy, like the deep, bright patchwork paper(or did you paper piece the background?) and how this beautiful sentiment is the focal point!

kimskeepsake.blogspot.com said...

Joy, I love your Scripture background. Is that a printed paper or washi tape? Do you recall the brand(s)? I am always looking for Scripture papers, etc. Thank you!

kimskeepsake.blogspot.com said...

Joy, I love your card, especially the Scripture background. Is that a printed paper, or pieced scraps or washi tape? Do you recall the brand(s)? I find it hard to find Scripture related card-making and scrapbooking supplies, so any info would be appreciated. Blessings, Kim

Patti J said...

That background must have taken you forever! Beautiful card, Joy - thanks for sharing!

Heather said...

Very pretty; definitely not masculine! : ) Is that strips of patterned paper or one actual piece of paper? It looks really fun either way.

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