Catered Crop Recipe Swap: Wish for everything

I was so excited to get a shout out over on the Catered Crop – Gratitude Attitude Recipe Swap.  I’m going to be part of the Quick Fire round in the current challenge

After reading THIS post by Linda, I gotta get Tina Fey’s book but seriously, read her post as there are changes to the Catered Crop Recipe Swap.

Here’s how I was inspired:

cardstock:  american crafts card set  stamps:  hero arts dolls, altenew/super script 2  ink:  hero arts hues, various acrylic paints   other:  stampin’ up star mask, 3m washi, embossing paste

I’ve been having fun using book pages in my creative designs…see my first project HERE.   I’ve also been inspired by Karin’s recent projects using the Hero Arts Japanese dolls.   

I used a page out of a vintage Japanese book.  The pages are wafer thin….I laid down the washi, changed my mind but nope, that stuff wasn’t going to peel up so I’m living with it:)

Big shout out to Linda at Catered Crop for all the fun!

I also managed to put together a set of 6 holiday cards:

cardstock:  american crafts card set  stamps:  aha arts/wreath set, reverse confetti/tinsel ‘n trim  ink:  zing white
A super clean design…which I love….reminds me of letterpress.

The wreath is by Aha Arts, I picked up a couple sets from Paper Source in Oregon {no sales tax!}.  The sentiment is Reverse Confetti!

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by!

32 thoughts on “Catered Crop Recipe Swap: Wish for everything”

  1. I love the look of book paper, too, and OMGosh, this Japanese book print is amazing! I love your bold black sentiment and LOVE the little Japanese doll, too! The star paste background looks so cool. And I adore the simple, crisp letterpress design to your notecard set, also. WOW!

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  2. Oh Amy, There's so much to love about the card. The sweet little girl in the corner, the vintage look of that paper – swoon. Thank you so much for joining us at Catered Crop and for the kind shoutout.

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  3. Japanese book pages – love it. And I was going to compliment you on the colorful diagonal strip (thought it was PP). Really makes the card come alive. Then chuckled when I read what really happened ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  4. Beautiful card! I absolutely love the strip of washi tape, it goes perfectly with the card! And your card set is such a pretty CAS design!

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  5. Love that sweet little girl and the sentiment on the first card, and perfectly simple and sweet set of cards!

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  6. These are gorgeous! I love love love love the stars on the first one and the wreath on the second one!!!!!

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  7. Amy I love both cards, the origami paper is so fun and I LOVE the EP, hmm don't recognize that stencil? Your Christmas card design is fantastic!

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  8. Two awesome cards, how darling is the little Japanese doll and the background is amazing. Love the wreath used on your second card……….Awesome all the way

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  9. Oh my gosh, I love that little doll and the soft colors! Turning the text was brilliant, banging my head for never thinking of that! Then the stars, swoon! The whole thing is gorgeous!

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  10. Okay, seriously…my favorite card by you. Love every little detail and I absolutely know a friend who would love a couple pages of that book. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. You've been busy, Amy! Loving the sweet doll on the first card and the clean look of the second. You always knock things out of the ballpark. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  12. When I saw this card and that darling little girl, I thought to myself 'I bet thats what Amy looked like when she was little'. She is so adorable, I must see if I can find this set. I love the ancient paper you used, it looks so fine and dainty. And you know what, I think it wouldn't be the same without the colour pop of the washi, it really makes the card perfect!!

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