Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Smile with Lovely Lace card

I loved this stamp as soon as I saw it when the new Stampin' Up catalog arrived.  It's a single stamp and is called A Little Smile.  It works wonderfully with the Stampin' Blendabilities.  The base card is daffodil delight and embossed with the Lovely Lace embossing folder.  The focal image was mounted on a piece of DSP from the All Abloom paper stack.  I think receiving a card with this little stamp will make anyone's day, don't you agree?

Monday, September 22, 2014

Just stylin' birthday wishes

i made this adorable card for my granddaughter's 10th birthday.  She loves ballet and this stamp is just perfect for her.  The stamp set is called Just Stylin and has been retired, unfortunately.  Other products used are wisteria wonder cardstock, Blendabilities in rich dazzle berry, flesh tones and crumb cake, Lovely Lace embossing folder brayered with blushing bride ink and blushing bride cardstock, tea lace paper doilies, dazzling details glitter, flower patch photopolymer stamp set.  The sentiment is from Bloom with Hope and is stamped in elegant eggplant on top of the swoosh from Work of Art (I love the versatility of this set!)  it's cut out using the label frame from the label card Framelits die.  My granddaughter loved it.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Petite Petals art thankful card

I used the work of art stamp set on the kraft notecards and envelopes by Stampin' Up! For the background on these thank you cards.  Ink colors are so saffron, calypso coral, pool part and pear pizzaz.  I used Everything Eleanor for the flourish and embellished with flowers from petite petals and flower shop along with the matching punches.  Gold dazzling details provide a little bling in the flower centers.  The sentiment is from a promotional set available only to hostesses or virtual hostesses with orders of $300 or more.  It's called really good greetings and has 19 different greetings good for lots of different occasions.  These cards were very quick and I really like how they turned out.