Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Friday, July 15, 2016

Sending a smile your way!

Happy Friday to you!  I have a card to share with you today!  It's just a sweet simple card, but those always seem to take me the longest.  I admire those crafters that can just whip up a project in no time at all.  I fuss over every little detail.  It is such great therapy to head into my little ole' stamp room and create something though, so I don't really mind. Are you a speedy crafter or a slow poke like me?  Here is the card I created to send a smile your way:

Something about this color combo just sings to me!  I love any combo with pink in it, but this one just looks and feels soft and happy to me. 

Since I used lots of different shapes for this card to  I tried to keep it simple otherwise.  Your eyes are able to bounce around and appreciate the different shapes without feeling like it's too busy or overwhelming.  I stamped the background in Blushing Bride to match the card color.

Close up of the flower. I used the gorgeous (and I do mean gorgeous!!!) Flourishes Thinlits dies to make this.  That set is extremely detailed and just so, so pretty!!  I can think of tons and tons of  upcoming possibilities for those!

Here is a list of the supplies that I used to make my card:


You can click on any product up above to go straight to my online store and do a little shopping!  

I hope that you are having a Friday full of wonderful! I will be back soonest with more to share!



3 comments:

:: BlueInks :: said...

Those die cuts are so neat! I like how you layered them. The pink paper has a great texture to it too. Fun and frilly!

Rosalie said...

This is a really beautiful card, do you mind if I case it for a class. I used this set and the stamps this week but there are so many possibilities .thanh you for sharing.

AnnMarie said...

Sure thing! CASE away!! I'd love to see your card! Have a great class! :)