The wonderful, fabulous Ellen Hutson! is sponsoring this challenge!!! Certainly you are familiar with her and her store, but if not, a little bit about the store in her own words:
Ellen Hutson, LLC began their adventure in November 2006 as an online web store committed to bringing you the finest paper crafting products and related product education. They are always looking to provide their customers with quality products, excellent customer service, and education and inspiration for the products they carry. You can shop with Ellen by clicking HERE. As well please join them to be inspired and learn some fun techniques in the CLASSroom, or stay up-to-date on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and/orPinterest.
Ellen Hutson issponsoring our first challenge of each. The prize? A $25 gift certificate to the online store! Thank you Ellen!
Now on to my project!! I had a lot of fun with this one. I wanted to create a very simple patterned paper with a sentiment stamped below it. I love creating my own backgrounds. I think it's a challenge in itself. And I'm so happy with how this card came out!
We fish in this household and we all enjoy it. Well, I think my husband enjoys going alone more than going with us just because he's always untangling line, putting worms on the hooks, getting fish off the hooks, etc. BUT we do like it. I grew up with a dad who enjoyed fishing and I did as well. I was the only one that would sit with him for hours on end, patiently fishing. So I wanted to use this part of the Lawn Fawn Dad + Me set. I kept it simple, but really masculine and fun. Love the sentiment. Very punny ;)
Another angle. I kept the color palette more neutral and not very bright since lake fishing around here have these colors. I hope you enjoyed seeing how I made my card pattern and that you're inspired to join in on the fun! Swim on over to the Lawnscaping Challenge blog to see the rest of the amazing design team's projects and enter your own project for a chance to win! Remember, just keep swimming. I'm here all day, people. ;)