Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Bingo Dauber Designer Paper

Well, I have my new computer along with a new printer and today I did create a card but now the good question is whether or not I  can upload it to my blog. I guess we shall soon see. Hahaaaa!

Well, looky there! I think I did it, but for some reason I could not put it in the file I wanted it to be located on my computer. 

This designer paper background on the card was made with bingo daubers. I just spotted them all over white card stock and overlapped here and there. When I was done I thought it looked like balloons so I decided to make a birthday card using the background over blue denim card stock which I punched with a Martha Stewart punch. I placed this on a white card base. I popped a birthday cake image from the Gina K. Designs Party On stamp in the left bottom corner. Then on the white card stock base bottom I added the streamers which are also from the Party On set and a sentiment from the Blossom Set by Gina K. Designs. Inks used were Gina K. Designs Passionate Pink, Turquoise Sea and  Blue Raspberry. I thought they matched colors of the daubers quite well.

I am entering this into the Mod Squad Challenge Blog challenge which for this week was to make a "do-it-yourself"background for a card. I think this will qualify. 

Well, this will be my only post for this week. More company coming and also another wintery/spring storm on the way too! Hope all in it's path are safe and out of the elements.

Thanks for stopping by and God bless, Verna


Judy Woodland said...

Oh my gosh, your card is just adorable. Using the bingo daubers is just genius. I have never used a bingo dauber - can they be used like paint? Anyway, I love your colors, this is just a great birthday card!!! They do look like balloons!!! Oh, and good job with your computer - baby steps my dear!!!

Barbara said...

Bingo Dauber! Well, who would have thought! Love the border on the bottom and the whole clever card.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Super fun dots! :)

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Fun card! I love how you used the paint daubers! The background looks like confetti, which is perfect for a birthday card. Thanks for sharing! :)

Donna Ellis said...

looks like you are conquering your new puter one step at a time, VA and doing a marvelous job of it, too! Congratulations! DELIGHTFUL card, made with bingo daubers! How clever, and colorful! hugs, de

Fenny said...

What a great card you made Verna, and yes you can use this one for a birthdaycard. And yes's on your blog so your comuter works fine. bey, bey my dear friend

Asha said...

This such a fun creation, Verna! Those dots are such a fab idea to spruce of the background. Have a lovely weekend.
hugs, Asha

catdidit said...

Such a fun and festive creation! Love it! Thanks so much for playing along at the Mod Squad Challenge Blog this week!

cardscookiecarrotcake said...

Great card Verna! Love the diy pattern paper, the colors are happy and festive, perfect for a birthday card,

Shari M said...

Would never have thought to use daubers. Way to go. Love it.

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