Platinum Scraps was originally launched February of 2010 as a vision of several friends who met on the Cricut Message board who wanted to venture out into creating, sharing, and showcasing the many talents each of us possess. Platinum Scraps showcases the diversity in scrapbooking and features designers from all walks of life. To keep the tradition going, each week our design team is challenged to create a unique layout or card based on a sketch that exemplifies their skills and talents. We hope that we inspire your creations and we appreciate your continued love and support as we grow together.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Just A Note

Day Three brings us to the Midwest, where Curlylocdiva has created this  beautiful card.  The colors fly off the page at you.  Any scrapper worth their salt in your bread as the old folks used to say, knows that Prima anything is going to be absolutely beautiful.   The cardstock from PTI compliments the bright colors found in the patterned paper collection.

We would love to see your take on the sketch.  All you need to do is click here to view this week's sketch, create your project, them come back to the blog and upload your project using the simply linked widget below.

"Just A Note" - curlylocdiva

Papers
PTI Cardstock 
 Dark Chocolate
Hawaiin Shores
Hibiscus Burst

Pattern Paper
Madeline Collection by Prima

Embellishments
Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch

Stamps
PTI

7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card! I wanted to pick up that same punch this weekend but I couldn't find it!

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  2. Beautiful card and colors, the chocolate brown base just sets the tone!

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  3. beautiful colors and love the butterflies

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  4. wow this card is so pretty! i love the butterflies and the colors. i remember that prima paper and it is so beautiful. great work! also, thanks for stopping by my blog. :) take care!

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  5. Just gorgeous....It looks so soothing!

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  6. great card, love the colors

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