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3/28/2024

Just Us Girls #720 ~ Hi!

 

 It's time once again for a new Just Us Girls challenge. 

This is stencil week and I was in a polka dot mood!

My stenciled polka dots were created with PPP's Layered Bokeh stencil set. After creating the panel, I die cut a large sentiment (TSM) from the center. The inner portions of the letters were glued to the card base and the other panel was popped up. A few little flowers from Poppystamps just for fun and she was good to go!

Okay, now it's your turn. I can't wait to see how stenciling inspires you this week! Thanks for stopping by today!


25 comments:

Greta said...

You're ALWAYS in a polka dot mood, my friend! These are beautiful and made for a delightful card with that wonderful big hi!

Loll said...

This is such a happy card Lisa. I LOVE the colours and those sweet polka-dots. Adorable with the large "hi" die-cut and sweet flower accents. xx

Birgit said...

Such a cheerful way to say hello. This card is darling!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Love the bokeh, Lisa - so bright and happy! Such fun with the inlaid sentiment and bitty flowers sprinkled around!!

Marcia Hill said...

Oh do I ever like this Lisa!! Of course you had me at polka dots, but the die cut "Hi" that you inset looks FABULOUS and the tiny flowers are the perfect additions! Awesome card my friend!! Hugs. :0)

Vicki Dutcher said...

How cheerful is this! Someone will love receiving it 😊

Jeanne H said...

Excellent card and thanks for the "how-to" on how you made it.

I Card Everyone said...

Aren't you ALWAYS in polka dot mood? I love them here, and every other place you polka dot them!
LOVE that big hi and your pretty trio of colors, Lisa!
=]

cm said...

Your polka dot bokeh hi, complete with little flower clusters, is so pretty and uplifting. Love the colours, the design...everything. Definitely an inspiring, smile-making card.
hugs~carol

Carol said...

I couldn't wait for this post to go live so I could tell you how fabulous this design is! Love your colors and the way you layered the elements. What a gorgeous card Lisa!

ElizStewart said...

Lisa... love the small flowers you added to your gorgeous backdrop!

TK said...

Perfect polkas! Dots are just so fun, and this card proves that

Bobby said...

The Polka Dot Queen has done it again. This is so sweet, Lisa, and I love how you added those flowers to the mix.

Leslie Miller said...

Now, this is fun! It's a wonderfully cheerful card with all those happy polka dots. A person can't help but smile when they receive a card like this. Love the big "hi". Too cute!

Cat Craig said...

Oh my goodness Lisa, this is such a fun card. I love polka dots and you have chosen such great colors along with a great die cut for your sentiment. The flower accents just finish this up b eautifully.

Sue VanDeVusse said...

I love your fun and cheerful colored polka dots! I am loving how you did the die cut giving so much dimension and the addition of the little flowers was the perfect finishing touch.

Nancy said...

What a darling and creative card, Lisa! Love the colors and of course the dots!

Trina P. said...

Not like you to go with dots. πŸ˜‚*lol* This is so cute and playful. Love the sentiment die (on my wish list πŸ˜‰).

Rosemary said...

Super cute card with the fun polka dot background, Lisa!

Claire said...

Oh, I love this Lisa - especially those huge inlaid dies...gorgeous!

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

This is such a wonderful and very creative design, Lisa. The polka dots are whimsical and I love the colors you chose.

Ina G said...

Love those soft polka dots Lisa and wow to how you created the highlighted HI and pretty flowers.

Annette Allen said...

love the polka dot background and the added flowers.. very pretty..

Tracey McNeely said...

Every time I see a card made with TSM big 'Hi' I wish that I had it--lol! The polka dots are so you, love, love love this! Thank you so much for having me as a guest at JUGS in March!

JoAnn said...

Love your stenciled polka dots Lisa. I like how you die cut the big sentiment and then popped up the panel. Such a pretty card.