Graphic 45 Design Team 2012 Audition

Have you seen this? Here's mine!  Have to say... I didn't realize how much I use Graphic 45 product until I went looking for projects that I have made.
And I did make a few for the call with my big old stash of it!:) Best wishes to all!

This one uses Graphic 45 On the Boardwalk Collection.

Supplies used:
paper: Graphic 45
cardstock: Stampin Up!
ink: Stampin Up!
stamps: My Pink Stamper
metal embellie: Stampin Up!
ribbon: unknown

This one uses Graphic 45 Once Upon a Springtime Collection.  Anywhere you want dimension just go over it with the glossy accents.  If you look closely you can see that I used it on all the butterflies on the patterned piece of paper.  You can also see that I put a dot in the center of each of those diamonds with the glossy accent to add dimension.  I also used it as a glue to put the jewels on the paper.

 With this fussy cut fairy, I placed glossy accents where I wanted and then shook glitter on it.  Not only do I have dimension, but also a shimmer.
This one also uses Graphic 45 Once Upon a Springtime Collection.  I used some of my Making Memories paint and wet my sponge brush to create the frame around the pattern paper, the photo, fabric letters and tag.  I sprayed my doily with Tattered Angels glimmermist sand.  You know you can get those doilies at The Dollar Tree.  And no...I didn't take this picture so that I would have it to go with the Once Upon a Springtime collection.  It was taken a few years ago on Easter.  And as always, Kati was acting so silly.  Her dress was so busy, so I made it black and white and softened it around the edges. 

To create the flower effect with the ribbon, I just tied the ribbon three times loosely, put a pop dot on the back of it, stuck it to the paper and then played with it once I put it down to get it to look like that.

cardstock-Stampin Up!, PaperTrey Ink
pattern paper-Graphic 45 (from several different lines)
ink-Memento, Stampin Up!, Copic, Bic and Sharpie Markers
stamp-sentiment Inkadinkado

Look at all the gorgeous papers from Graphic 45 Once Upon a Springtime. The pattern paper is cut into an 81/2" square and then folded. It goes together so fast and is super easy!!!
Hope the video below helps you to make some for your next party
or any small gift that you need to hold!
(Sorry for the static...not sure where it came from!)

This card is cut at 41/4 X11" and then the black cardstock is 4X4.  I made this with the Graphic 45 Communique Collection, some twine, Glitz letters and those cool Graphic 45 chipboard buttons.

This card is made with Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium, some Kraft cardstock, my 11/4" circle punch, a cool Graphic 45 chipboard button.

 Here's a close up of how I placed it on the card.  This was made with the 8X8 paper pack.

And here's how I attached the chipboard button. I put a pop dot under it to give it some dimension.

There you have it! Thanks for stopping by and looking! Best wishes to all who have joined this endeavor with me! There are some amazing projects out there!
Hope you are having a scrap happy day!

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