OSAT Blog Hop - No Rules

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Welcome to January's 'No Rules' One Step at a time Blog Hop. Don't forget to click on the next button at the bottom of this post to continue on to Kylie Bertucci post (yes, she is my wife).


When I first saw the 2016 Occasions Catalogue, my favourite product suite was DEFINITELY the Going Places suite. The designer series paper is just beautiful. The Lost Lagoon sheet is one of my fave's from the stack, so that was going to be the star of the card.


I used both Burlap and the cotton ribbon (I couldn't decide which one to use).


I white embossed the sentiment on a piece of Lost Lagoon and cut out using a really nice framelit.

I saw the pen-holder on Pinterest and thought this would be a perfect accompaniment for this card.

It looks hard, but it was SUPER easy. I can now do it from memory. This paper holder used just 4.25 sheets of 15x15. 

Thank for checking out my project, please click on the next button see my incredibly talented wife   Kylie's projects.


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24 comments

  1. This is awesome Bruno! I love your project. It has an architectural feel to it for sure. Love the way you have used the Going Places Paper. I would love to see a video of you making the pencil holder. Pretty Please?

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  2. My gosh, this pencil holder looks stunning! Bruno, i would love to see how you made this! :)

    Kind regands from Germany,
    Nadine

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  3. I can see why the paper is your favorite. Love the use of the burlap and the cotton ~ great choices. Your pen holder looks like so much fun. thanks for sharing ~ Pam

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  4. Just lovely! It's edgy and modern and very stylish! I would love to make it... but I would definitely need a video... how 'bout it???

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  5. Hi Bruno and welcome to the OSAT hop! First off, I love your name, Bruno was also my grandfathers name :)

    Loving the pencil holder, very interesting. Good choice on going with burlap and ribbon together, nice complimenting textures.

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  6. Bruno I absolutely love your pencil holder!! I am so thrilled that you joined us this month on the hop! You are welcome at ANY time!

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  7. Oh my! That pencil holder is so cool! I am such a fan of the Going Places DSP Stack as well and I just love how you paired it with the Burlap and cotton ribbon. Awesome job! So excited that you were able to hop with us! Fabulous job!

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  8. My goodness Bruno this is some design,I love the card and the pen holder it is a great set. I agree this suite and the paper is brilliant. Now do I need an Engineers License to make this project as it looks complicated. I would like to see a video tutorial for this PLEEEEEZZZZZE ;)

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  9. Love this card! I'm trying hard to see if my hubby make a card but he is still learning how to hammer nails to the wall. I think you guys have a lot of fun crafting together. I can't wait to see your first video tutorial Bruno. :)

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  10. LOVE the pencil holder!! I want to know how you did this!...Please??

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  11. I love this bruno. I would love the measurements for this project. Just wow.

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  12. love your clean and simple card design, and such a gorgeous pen holder1 beautiful work!

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  13. LOVE LOVE LOVE all your creations Bruno. The pen holder is really cool and I would also love to know how you made it, thanks xx

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  14. Wow cool pen holder...love the card too!

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  15. Now this is just the bees knees Mr Bruno! An absolutely blokes bloke project, you have excelled yourself and yes please I do believe you need to join the YouTube fandom and make a video so we can be as cool and clever as you and THAT pen holder my friend :) In a NUTSHELL - wot Kylie said (hehehehe)

    cheers
    Adele

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  16. Wow, that pen holder is awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Oh my gosh, Bruno!! You are such an awesome creator!! BUT HOW DID YOU MAKE THE PEN HOLDER, Mr Origami?

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  18. These are just amazing!!! I'm in awe of that pencil holder!!!

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  19. LOVE the architectural look of the coordinating projects! What a nice masculine gift set!

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  20. Congratulations! This project is one of my most popular pins this week and is being highlighted on my blog today. Thanks for sharing. Kylie xx

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  21. Love the card, and that pen holder is so clever!

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  22. Such a great project & card! Welcome to our hop!!

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  23. Oh, wow! Oh, WOW!! I love this so much! That is one of my favorite sheets from that paper stack (that one and the other one you used with the mossy meadow and vanilla on the other side). Your card is clean and fantastic and that pencil holder... I need a tutorial please? If you can find the time-If not, I'd love a link to directions. You really knocked this outta the park. Thanks Bruno!
    -Maria

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