EASTER GREETINGS

I had so much fun creating special order Easter cards for a friend this week.

This one is my favorite.

I find myself reaching for Whisper White cardstock when creating layers and adding ribbon.  I especially like this card because it uses Very Vanilla as a compliment to the yellow eggs in the DSP.  By the way, this pattern is from the Birds of a Feather DSP; the button is from the Artisan Embellishments Kit, and the accent color is Marina Mist. 

Contact me ([email protected]) for a list of supplies, cutting measurements and directions.

Thanks for stopping by; Happy Easter and, as always, Happy Stamping!

SO THANKFUL

 
I am thankful to the dozens of new viewers who chose to visit my blog this past month and also to those who have chosen to participate in the new PAPER PUMPKIN MONTHLY CRAFT CLUB. Not only am I sending them a cool thank you gift/crafting item, but I created a card to let them know how much I appreciate them.
 The inside is blank so I can write a special personal message to each and every one of my new wonderful customers.
 
 
 
This is an elegant, but simple card using Certainly Celery, Whisper White and Daffodil Delight card stocks; Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper; the Vintage Verses Stamp Set  offered during Sale-A-Bration and my new favorite punch, the Bitty Butterfly, offered in the Spring catalog. The card is embellished with those fun Basic Rhinestone Jewels, and Daffodil Delight Taffeta Ribbon. The Vintage Faceted Designer Button is tied with White Bakers twine, which I rolled over my Daffodil Delight classic stampin’ pad to tint it a little.
  
Drop me a line at: [email protected] for a list of the supplies, as well as sizes and assembly directions.
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping!

SWEET STITCHES

SWEET STITCHES !!!!

Here’s a cute little sundress made with Stampin’ Up! fabric and ribbon trim I had here on hand.  I love how the patterns in the package complement each other.  There are so many other patterns available and the cost for a package of extra wide fat quarters with (3) coordinated designs is unbelievably reasonable.  KUDOS to the site below for posting ideas and free sewing patterns, including step by step instructions for beginners!

 

http://bloomsandbugs.hubpages.com/hub/free-sewing-patterns-kids-dresses

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