Apr 24, 2010

Get Well Card

Today I have a Get Well card to share with you.  This Bitty Bug stamp set is one of my favorites to use on cards for those feeling a bit (or a lot) under the weather!  And I bummed out that it is now going to be retired.  That's good news for you though as you can now purchase it for 25% off.

The cardstock and designer paper is from the Toodle Loo paper collection.  Copics were used to color the image.  And the image was stamped and matted on die cuts from Nestabilities Large Labels.


Thanks for stopping by....

Today's Abundance
-April showers, we could use some more!
-Chirping birds
-Boxes of stuff for my niece's garage sale
-Reusable Snack Bags - love them (check my ETSY store)
-My red tulips - they are in full bloom

Apr 18, 2010

Wedding Blog Hop

Paperwings is once again hosting a blog hop!  The theme for this month is Wedding Cards.  You will find a great variety of designs from the participants so be sure to check them all out (the list of participants is at the end of this post.)

White, pink, and black are the colors for my Wedding Card!  I used our Marvelous Mottos stamp set to congratulate the bride and groom!  The stamp is enhanced with pink Copic Markers and is nestled inside 2 layers of Nestabilities.  And notice the brads in the 4 corners of the Nestabilities label too!

And here is view of the full card.  Notice how the layered Nestabilities are popped up using foam tape giving it a bit of dimension.

So that's my Wedding Card.  Now check out the cards from the rest of our participants!

Rita K.       http://web.me.com/ritasangels

Chelsea     http://inkystamps.blogspot.com

Heidi         http://windycitystamper.blogspot.com

Shirley H.   http://www.glitteredpaws.blogspot.com

thanks for stopping by....


Today's Abundance
-A nice visit with my daughter
-Blooming tulips!
-Egg souffles
-Miniature daffodils
-Farmers working in the fields

Apr 13, 2010

Speaking Pirate

I ben surfin' th' net t' find ou' why swashbucklers, skulls, an' crossbones be so popular today! Modern swashbucklers continue t' cause havoc on th' high seas an' be a dangerous lot t' be sure. 

Perhaps th' "Shipmates o' th' Caribbean" movies be havin' contributed t' our fascination wi' swashbucklers an' the'r symbols. 

I certainly found pages an' pages o' swashbuckler related items on ETSY when I created this Shipmate Treasury! 


Today's Quote

I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.
      Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888)


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