World Cardmaking Day Hop

wcmdbannerbloghopHi there! Today I’m excited to join Winnie & Walter for a World Cardmaking Day blog hop!
Winnie & Walter-Diagonal Stripe stencilsMany of  you probably already know how I feel about making plaid patterns. I had SO much fun using the Grand & Classic Diagonal Screenings by Winnie & Walter to make my plaid. I added a die cut sentiment using the Hugs Cutaway.
Winnie & Walter-Diagonal Stripe stencilsHere’s a video to show you how I made this card.

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171 thoughts on “World Cardmaking Day Hop

  1. I always love your plaids–so cheerful. And you always kick it up a step with subtle embellishments. Great base for any sentiment.

  2. It was wonderful hearing how much fun you were having making the plaid background! You’ve inspired me to try it.

  3. Those stencils are priceless for plaids. I love love love the plaid you created. The flicks are very cool (although it was also cool without the flicks). Thanks for another great video and terrific design idea and technique.

  4. I love my Distress Inks so your plaid card technique is something I want try. The stencils make achieving that look so much simpler.

  5. I’m not a big fan of plaid, but your bold colours have changed my mind! Your video made it seem so easy. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I love plaids!! Of course you make them so beautiful & effortless! You know just what colors to use next to each other!! Your cards are always beautiful & your videos so entertaining & fun!!

  7. I’m also a fan of plaid. Love the card. I’ll be making autumn cards for World Cardmaking Day since it’s (finally) cooler here in N. Calif.

  8. Love these Stencils! Well now of coarse we love your videos, simple or hard, lol. I love plaid to. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

  9. How cool Laura–you are the ink blending Queen! So many hops and webinairs today–who has time to make cards?!!! I need to get focused, have 10 BD cards to make today!

  10. I can be grumpy and hear your voice and then I’m filled with happiness – I love your passion and enthusiasm and plaid affection. Thanks for sharing your hugs card today. I’ve got a smile on my face and the world looks brighter!

  11. What a gorgeous plaid background, Laura! With those great stencils, I might be brave enough to try blending a plaid background of my own. Your card is filled with hugs AND happiness! Happy WCMD! ♡

  12. LOVE your plaid! Thanks for your videos, Laura. You are my absolute favorite to watch! By the way, did you see the adorable video by Emily Leiphart’s son? He reminded me of you — he started talking about food! You’ve got to check it out! So stinkin’ cute.

  13. LOVE this card! It is so b beautiful and vibrant! So thankful you added a video. I always love the videos SO much and I learn a lot too!

  14. Your plaid designs always look so cool and these stencils make it look so easy. I might have to try them.

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  16. I’m so glad you made a video because even though I can do some advanced techniques, there are some simple techniques I don’t know or wouldn’t think of. Your cards are gorgeous; I love your enthusiasm; and I appreciate the time you devote to your craft and educating and inspiring people. You’re a gem!

  17. I always love when you do plaid cards, and watching you make them, but I think this is one of my favorites. I definitely need those stencils.. hehe Thanks so much for sharing. ♥♥♥

  18. You are definitely the Plaid QUEEN! I LOVE your plaid patterns. You color choices and ink blending cannot be beat! Awesome!

  19. I love plaids. The colors are so vibrant and combine so well.
    this is a technique I’m going to have to look into.
    thanks for sharing.
    Happy WCMD

  20. So I heard what you Said when you said stop watching videos ans get a card made, ok I’m paraphrasing. But I did make 2 cards. Thanks for the push! Love your plaid.

  21. Gorgeous! Guess what I will pop into my shopping cart next time. I’ve been meaning to try your plaid technique, but I’ve run out of my post-it tape and I cannot buy it locally.
    Marianne x

  22. What a gorgeous card Laura ! I love watching you making the plaid design ! What a great idea.
    Thanks for sharing.

  23. Hi Laura, I too like plaids, love the colors you used. Love how tickled you get about things. Great job Thank you bunches for sharing with us.

  24. Love the plaid; love the colors; love how easy you made the process look. I gotta try it! Thanks for the inspiration.

  25. Love, love, love your card!! When you said that you go over a roll of post it tape when you do plaids, I only can say that I’ve seen it when I took your Craftsy course, and now with these diagonal templates gets so easy!!! Thanks for sharing your lovely card.

  26. HAPPY World Cardmaking Day Laura 🙂
    I LOVE how much YOU LOVE making plaids and can’t wait to try my hand making some too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your rainbow of INKY INSPIRATION!!!
    PS – I’m still really nervous about “the flick”, so might save that until I’ve perfected the plaid

  27. I’m late to the hop, but it’s a perfect day for doing so, as it’s gloomy and lightly snowing here. Nothing like awesome creativity to brighten my spirits, and your plaid delight has certainly done so! Gorgeous!
    ~carol

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