Saturday, February 11, 2017

Coincidence and The Project Bin

Happy Weekend to you!  
 When I first started stamping, I followed a group that created the most amazing cards with lots of designer paper layers.  Every month I would swoon at all the beautiful papers, and dies they would use to create sensational cards. Over the years I have experimented with many styles and I absolutely love all things watercolor. I can't pass up a new technique, and there's something special about a good CAS card but my first love in paper crafting is layered designer papers! I may or may not have gotten a little carried away with my love of designer papers, even my username at Splitcoaststampers tells my story, "ohmypaper!"!!   
Today's card features designer paper and a fabulous sentiment from Wise Men which can be found in The Project Bin online store.   

This is such a fun sentiment both in what it says and the font so I
went with a design that allows the sentiment to grab all the attention!

Thanks so very much for stopping by today!  You make my day!


  1. Lovely sentiment and lovely happy colours - great card Angie

  2. this is such a great card. i love all the elements that blend so well. your genius is showing, Angie! :) <3

  3. Oh, I used to love layering with patterned papers so much, but it's actually some time since I last did it!!!! I was thinking the last couple of days that I should make a few of those cards again!!!!!! And now you have inspired me with your lovely card, Angie!!!! I love the patterned papers you used and the sentiment is so lovely!!! The little wooden birdie is super sweet!!!!! Such a beautiful card, my friend!!!!
    Have a great day!!!

  4. I am a recovered (not fully) patterned paper addict. I used to mix and match and layer, layer, layer a lot more than I do now. Sometimes I miss it, but when I try these days I feel like it is a hot mess. I love what you've done here. It isn't messy but cozy and appealing.


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