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Caardvards Blog Hop - Day 3

Hey Everyone! Its the final day of the Caardvarks blog hop! Thanks to Core'dinations for bringing us this fun event!

On my final card I did lots of tearing and a little bit of sanding. You should have seen my desk after this creation! :) There were torn pieces everywhere. Lots of fun!


Materials:
[Torn Flower Card]
Stamps: Hero Arts All Occasssion Messages, PTI Text
Paper: Core'dinations Core Essentials & Whitewash, PTI Kraft
Ink: Memoried Black Dye
Other: String, PTI Button



Your next stop is Lucy's blog HERE.
To start at the beginning go Jenyfur's blog
HERE.

Comments

Michelle said…
a flower out of torn paper - what a great idea! Cute card!!
Shauna K said…
LOVE the tearing effect on the blue papers especially! and what a cool flower :D
Dragonlady said…
Gorgeous and I love the flower with the button on top.

Ali x
Lorelei said…
Cute, cute card. I love the simplicity.
Unknown said…
I love that flower. You have had the cutest embellies. Thanks for your great contributions.
Sarah J Moerman said…
Beautiful card, Ashley!! LOVE the flower and I'm always in awe of how well you combine colors.
I love the torn papers! The whitewash papers are just awesome for this!!!
Jolene said…
Love the torn flower!
connie said…
great card! love how you tore the paper to make the flower.
cher46 said…
What a wonderful card!
Katy said…
cute, love the colors!
Kelly Booth said…
WOW...So Sweet...another Perfect Ashley Caard...Love it!!
Wendy K. said…
Nice and simple, I like your color choices.
Tricia said…
love that paper strip flower you made and the cardstock was perfect for it!
Betty said…
fun card with lovely colors and neat effects w/tearing.
This paper makes you save every scrap and tear it and use it. Great card.
Shawna said…
Love your torn flower! Cute idea!
Teri said…
like the torn flower. Thanks for sharing.
*Alison* said…
I love how you did the flower and how you layered the back of the card.. SO creative I LOVE IT
Priscilla said…
Love the paper strip tearing and flower. You can use every inch of this paper! Thanks for sharing.
Sarah A said…
Love the tearing, I have always been a bit nervous about trying it before but you have inspired me to give it a go!

Sarah x
Sue McRae said…
Very pretty and soft!
java diva said…
How cool to use coredinations for those types of flowers!!
Rona said…
sweet and simple! A card I can do- thanks for the inspiration!!
Catherine Kraft said…
Simple, cute and love the colors!!

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StacyC said…
Another great one.. Thanks for all the inspiration..
Unknown said…
SO cute Ashely! I LOVE that sweet paper flower!
Jen Cuthbertson said…
Great card!! I love how this carstock tears and leaves the colored edge!! Very pretty!
Anonymous said…
Love the flower! Beautiful card:)
AnitaRex said…
What a cute card! Love all the torn paper!
Carey said…
Very pretty card.
Marla said…
A very cool card using the tearing paper method.
Yelowflower said…
That is a really kewl project. Thanks for sharing!
Amanda Profumo said…
Beautiful! This card is darlin'
cindy said…
so cute! love the colors and the tearing! what a great effect when it all comes together like that!
Anne said…
This is so pretty, just love the way you've done the flower, very clever
Nicole Maki said…
The torn paper flower is awesome. It really caught my attention.
Eva said…
Ohhh....what a sweet little card...love the tearing effect!
Martha said…
Such a perfect sunny day card! The torn flower is a great approach to the Core'dinations cardstock. Well done!
Karen said…
Great card. Love how well the colors go together.
nannette13 said…
Love the flower! Very creative way to show off the paper!
Kathlene said…
I think I like the tearing effect of this paper almost more than embossing it. It's just so versatile. Your card is perfectly darling and I'm going to try a flower like yours.
Lucy Abrams said…
Pretty card Ashley - love that little flower.
Unknown said…
love what you did with torn paper, really cute card
Celeste B. said…
Pretty colors.I like all the tearing.
Tiffany Heilman said…
very pretty. Love the color combo!
Shawninaz said…
Very sweet card, great color combo.
Great colors and I love the tearing and design! Your work is so sweet!! Thanks for the inspiration!! :)
Margie said…
Love the scallops!
Heidi said…
cute and simple. thanks!!
reen said…
The colors inside the cardstock are so pretty, like your card. Thanks for showing us.
Michelle said…
love the look of these torn edges...so fabulous!
Nice card. Still love the butterflies card.
Echo said…
Another super cute ard!
Julie said…
such a clean classic look to this card. great job
cindy ziliak said…
What a cute idea!
I love the way you tore the background and the flower!
froggygal81 said…
great idea for the flower... LOVE IT
cal8007 said…
No need for a pattern- neat little flower! Great idea.

TFS

Carmen
Aliy said…
I love the elegant simplicity in this card, nice work1
JessicaK said…
Sweet card and great shapes.
kathy s said…
looks like you are using lots of layers and its just the paper- these papers are fab can't wait to get some.
Dawn T said…
great card - the torn flower is so neat.
Dawn T said…
great card - the torn flower is so neat.
Sandie said…
Such a sweet little card.

Well done.

Luv Sandie
Cathy said…
Cute card! Love the bow...I can never get mine to turn out so perfect.
Diana said…
Simple and awesome Ashley!
Unknown said…
Amazing card!!
colors are cute...

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Anonymous said…
Oooo I like this one a lot!!

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