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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Elegant Thanks (Stripes)

Hi everyone! As I mentioned in my last post, I've been playing in the scrap room for the past couple weekends making foil backgrounds. I discovered the Minc foil applicator a few weeks ago so I ordered one as an early birthday present to myself, even though my birthday isn't until October! That's okay... I'm an old girl and I can do whatever I want! ;)

I created two elegant thank you cards which worked up so quickly it was amazing! The front and inside panels on both are layered on gold mirror cardstock. This one has stripes beneath the floral piece on the front and the other one has dots, which I posted separately.


Same as the other one with dots - I added a pretty gold organza double loop bow and a gold 'thanks' die cut created from the same gold mirror cardstock that I layered the front and inside panels on.


And the inside of both cards are the same with a simple sentiment embossed in gold, leaving lots of room to write a thank you note.


Would love to enter this thank you card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Spectrum Noir Ultras Smooth Premium White; Marco's Gold Mirror, MINC 5th Avenue 6x6 papers
  • Stamps: W Plus 9 Hand Lettered Thanks
  • Ink: Versamark
  • Dies/Punches: Simon Says Stamp thanks die
  • Accessories: Minc foil applicator, Minc gold foil, Gold organza ribbon, Ranger super fine detail gold embossing powder

I hope you've enjoyed this project also - two super easy and elegant thank you cards that pack a huge punch! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Elegant Thanks (Dots)

Hi everyone! I've been playing in the scrap room for the past couple weekends making foil backgrounds! I discovered the Minc foil applicator a few weeks ago so I ordered myself one - happy early birthday to me! Well, my birthday isn't until October, but oh, what the heck! ;)

I created two elegant thank you cards which worked up very quickly but look like I spent hours on them, lol! The front and inside panels on both are layered on gold mirror cardstock. This one has dots beneath the floral piece on the front, and the other one has stripes, which I'll post separately.


I added a pretty gold organza double loop bow and a gold 'thanks' die cut created from the gold mirror cardstock.


I gold embossed a simple stamped sentiment on the inside, leaving lots of room to write a thank you note.


Would love to enter this thank you card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Spectrum Noir Ultras Smooth Premium White; Marco's Gold Mirror, MINC 5th Avenue 6x6 papers
  • Stamps: W Plus 9 Hand Lettered Thanks
  • Ink: Versamark
  • Dies/Punches: Simon Says Stamp thanks die
  • Accessories: Minc foil applicator, Minc gold foil, Gold organza ribbon, Ranger super fine detail gold embossing powder

I hope you've enjoyed this pretty thank you card - stay tuned for one more with a slight variation! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, August 31, 2015

New Shoes

Howdy, everybody! We have a week between challenges over at Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog so we're doing a little something special so you don't get bored, lol! The LTSCB design team is excited to bring you our Find The Hidden Treasure Blog Hop! We're being sponsored by Pink Gem Designs! Come hop with us for a chance to win 2 single Pink Gem Designs images!

There are three gems hidden somewhere on our blogs. As you hop, look on each design team member's blog to find a hidden gem and be sure to leave some love while you're there! Once you have found all three gems, email the locations where you found the gems (blog names and blog links) to ltscb@mail.com. All the correct guesses will be entered into the drawing for the Pink Gems Designs images!

The LTSCB designers are using gemstones on our inspiration projects. Everyone participating in the blog hop is invited to link up a project using gemstones for an EXTRA entry into the drawing! **Be sure to use the same email address to email your guesses that you use to link up your project so we can make sure you're given two entries into the drawing!**

Okay, I need to side-track for a minute to share my inspiration project! I chose the absolutely gorgeous New Shoes image for my all occasion/friendship card. I'm a girl with a huge shoe fetish so I found this card to be immensely fun! Update: I re-made the bow since this post went live... I wouldn't have mentioned it but several people commented on the original bow that was pretty big. I like this one a lot better, lol!

 

I'm all about projects that don't require a huge list of supplies. So, in a nutshell, I used two coordinating papers, a couple die cuts, a doily, some wrinkled ribbon and gemstones. Love how it turned out!


I kept the inside simple with a stamped sentiment that I thought went perfectly with the image!


Proud to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Stampin' Up! Strawberry Slush, Stampin' Up Bermuda Bay, Simple Stories Vintage Bliss 6x6 papers
  • Stamps: Pink Gem Designs New Shoes digi, GKD You've Got Style stamp set
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Bermuda Bay; Spectrum Noir- FS2, FS3, EB1, GB8, GB10, IG2, IG4, IG5, CR3, CR4, CR6
  • Dies/Punches: SB Tile Works die, Die-namics Stitched Rectangles die
  • Accessories: Prairie Bird Boutique wrinkled ribbon, Darice pink foam, Glossy Accents, Wink of Stella pink and blue pens, pink and blue gemstones

Now, let's get back to the blog hop! Here are your blog hop stops:

                        Leslie  (you're here!)

We hope you are enjoying the hop and if you get lost along the way - or if you landed here in the middle of the hop and want to join in the fun - head over to the Love To Scrap!Challenge Blog to read all the details and start from the beginning! Remember to look for those hidden gems for your chance to win the Pink Gems Designs images - and also link up a project using gemstones for an extra entry into the drawing! Happy Hopping!
Hugs,
Leslie

Sunday, August 30, 2015

You're Spec-tacular

Hi everyone! I've popped in today to share a whimsical thank you card I created for a friend. OMG, you certainly would have thought that I lost my marbles had you been a fly on the wall in my scrap room! Yep, I was laughing out loud pretty much the entire time it took to create this card! It's quite different from the usual cards I create. :)

It actually started out pretty innocently with the striped and flowered papers, and then the lace. I created the stitched circle die cut (went back and forth between two different sizes - then chose the larger one), lopped off the right side and butted it up against the flowered panel. I wanted to use the Paper Smooches Incognito stamp set and coordinating glasses die but knew the sentiment and glasses would look so plain on that circle die cut that looked so much like a head, lol! And that's when the fun began...


I created two glasses die cuts and adhered them together for a little dimension, colored them with clear Wink of Stella and coated them with some Glossy Accents. While they were drying, I pulled out some Prima and Wild Orchid Crafts flowers and created her hair, lol! I added a gemstone earring and two more of the same gemstones down in the lower right corner. I stamped the sentiment, added her glasses and the googly eyes, and then decided she needed a mouth. I can honestly say that I've never used googly eyes on a project before now. But I did have some in my stash so I must have thought I'd use them at some point! ;)


I kept the inside simple as I usually do, stamping the sentiment on a layered panel.


I'd love to enter this whimsical card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Spectrum Noir Ultras Smooth Premium White; GKD Sweet Mango, Simple Stories 'diy boutique' 6x6 papers
  • Stamps: Paper Smooches Incognito & Simply Said stamp sets
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Pumpkin Pie & Strawberry Slush
  • Dies/Punches: Paper Smooches Glasses die, Memory Box Stitched Circle Layers die
  • Accessories: WOC cotton lace, googly eyes, WOC flowers, Prima flowers, Glossy Accents, clear Wink of Stella

I hope you've gotten a good laugh! I'm still chuckling! ;) Thanks so much for stopping by - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Saturday, August 29, 2015

4-Drawer Easel Card

Hi everyone! It's time for another fun challenge over at 3 Girl JAM! I'm super stoked to share my DT inspiration project for our September Anything Goes with Ribbon challenge! Come play with us! You could be the proud winner of a $15 gift certificate to the 3 Girl JAM store! Before I get to my project, let me tell you about this month's special offer - with any regular price purchase made in September (and the last few days of August), you can add the amazing Hot & Cold Bundle (Hot Chocolate & Ice Blue) to your cart for just $1.00! Yep, you read that right... $1.00! Use the code SEPTEMBER to take advantage of this awesome deal!

I decided on something 'out of the ordinary' to create for this challenge. Easel cards are super easy anyway, and this just has the addition of the drawers underneath. OMG, sooo much fun! This project features the absolutely gorgeous Cocoa ribbon from the Victorian Dream bundle and both of the laces from the Simple White Lace Bundle which I sprayed with walnut ink. I have some sad news, though... the Simple White Lace Bundle is out of stock but I'll link to Light & Bright Lace and Distressed Lace which are two more rockin' awesome lace bundles that would definitely do your projects justice! ;)


I actually had these papers earmarked for a totally different project using a Silhouette cut file, but when I decided on this easel card project, everything changed! This sentiment is from Stampin' Up and I absolutely LOVE it - no truer words have ever been spoken! In addition to the 3 Girl JAM ribbon and lace, I embellished the easel with a pretty filigree butterfly charm, an open die cut and some large stamped metal brads.


I created a tag with an inlaid die cut and another stamped sentiment as the focal point for the bottom. I added some small brads to the beautiful lace strip on the front.


Here's the front drawer open. I papered the insides of all the drawers and used large stamped metal brads for the drawer pulls.


Here's an angled side view...


... and with the drawer open.


A view of the other side, with that drawer open.


And the back with that drawer open.


And finally, drawers closed and easel folded down.


Would love to enter this easel card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Paper Accents 120# kraft, GKD Charcoal Brown, green and red cardstock scraps, K & Co. Brenda Walton double-sided designer paper, HOTP Crocodile Brown paper 
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! From My Heart, W Plus 9 Hand Lettered Thanks
  • Ink: Memento Espresso Truffle, Tsukineko Cornflower and Eucalyptus walnut ink sprays
  • Dies/Punches: Die-namics Stitched Rectangles, Paper Smooches Stitched Tag, Paper Smooches Single Rose die
  • Accessories: 3 Girl JAM Cocoa ribbon from Victorian Dream Bundle, 3 Girl JAM Simple White Lace (x2), 3 Girl JAM Vintage Button, Darice brown foam sheet, Commotion Tan Almost Leather, Graphic 45 Stamped Metal Brads, twine, WOC filigree butterfly charm, tiny red gemstones, tiny bronze brads

I hope you've found some inspiration to create a project for our Anything Goes with Ribbon challenge this month! And I do hope you'll stop by the 3 Girl JAM store to check out the wonderful array of fun crafty goodies and take advantage of the September special! Thanks so much for stopping by today! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Friday, August 28, 2015

Business Card Easel

Hi everyone! I'm happy to share with you today another 3 Girl JAM DT inspiration project... just because! My boss has business cards on her desk in a rather plain clear acrylic holder so I created a business card easel with a little frill to put them in. I hope she likes it! ;)

This was so much fun to make and didn't require a long list of supplies. Another Splitcoast Stampers tutorial that was showcased in a newsletter a few weeks back. I used some pretty Gold Crown hand-dyed crinkle ribbon from the Royal Bundle and some absolutely gorgeous white lace from the Simple White Lace Bundle. Unfortunately, the Simple White Lace Bundle is out of stock. I wish I had gotten several packages of it because I just l.o.v.e. it! But I'll link to Light & Bright Lace and Distressed Lace - these are two additional lace bundles available in the 3 Girl JAM store that would be gorgeous on any project! :)

The base is Kraft cardstock and the pretty papers are from Gina K Designs. I used a Spellbinders Labels Seventeen die to cut the decorative top border.


The lace across the top is from the Simple White Lace Bundle. I actually used this on two projects recently before I discovered it's out of stock. I used the Gold Crown ribbon from the Royal Bundle to fashion the simple yellow bow.


I created a firm round disk by adhering multiple 1" punched Kraft circles and one floral one on the top for the easel to rest against. You can't see in the photo, but I used a brown Wink of Stella pen to outline the flowers on the disk which gave it a little sparkle. :)


Here's a shot from the other angle. I'm really tickled with how cute this turned out - it has no stamping on it, which is a little odd for me, but I'm happy nonetheless!


I'd love to enter this business card easel into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Kraft, GKD Shabby Spring 6x6 papers
  • Ink: Brown Wink of Stella pen
  • Dies/Punches: Spellbinders Labels Seventeen
  • Accessories: 3 Girl JAM Gold Crown ribbon from Royal Bundle, 3 Girl JAM white lace from Simple White Lace Bundle, Stampin' Up! 1" Circle punch

I hope you've enjoyed today's project! Be sure to stop by the 3 Girl JAM store to check out all the fun crafty goodies! There are two ways to $AVE when you shop at 3 Girl JAM this month - use code LT10 to get 10% off your entire order OR use code AUGUST to add the gorgeous Caribbean Splash Bundle to your regular price order for just $1.00! Today is the last day to take advantage of the August special, so hurry on over! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, August 24, 2015

Sending Wishes Your Way

Hi everyone! A couple weeks ago I shared that I've been invited to guest design for Craft Your Passion during the month of August! I'm super stoked to share my second project, a birthday card I created for Challenge #276. We're being sponsored this week by Di's Digi's, and challenges here are always anything goes, so come on over and play!

I used stamps from two of my favorite Stampin' Up! stamp sets in one of my most favorite color combos of purple and green. Really and truly, I love most colors with green! ;) And we can't forget the sequins... one of my (many) favorite embellishments.


I used several dies, two to create a pretty layered butterfly with stamped inner wings and a pearl abdomen.


The other die was a chevrons die which I used to cut into the stamped background panel. I smooshed some purple and green ink on a strip of watercolor paper then spritzed it with a handmade Perfect Pearls mist, and when dry placed it behind the negative space. It's really pretty and shimmery!


I kept the inside relatively simple with a stamped sentiment on a panel layered on purple and green.


Proud to enter this birthday card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Stampin' Up! Whisper White (#100730), Stampin' Up! Blackberry Bliss (#133675), Stampin' Up! Wild Wasabi (#108641), Purple Core'dinations Glitter Silk, Ranger Watercolor paper scrap
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! Butterfly Basics (#137154), Stampin' Up! Papillon Potpourri (#123759)
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Blackberry Bliss (#133642), Stampin' Up! Perfect Plum (#126963), Stampin' Up! Strawberry Slush (#131178), Stampin' Up! Wild Wasabi (#126959), Stampin' Up! Mossy Meadow (#133645), Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Dies: Stampin' Up! Butterflies Thinlits (#137360), YNS Chevrons die
  • Accessories: Stampin' Up! Pearl Jewels (#119247), Stampin' Up! Frosted Sequins (#135835), MISTI

I hope you've found some inspiration to create a project to enter in our challenge this week! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, August 17, 2015

Cowabunga!

** 8/24/15 Top 5 at Crafty Cardmakers and More! **

Hi everyone! I'm absolutely thrilled to share with you my Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog DT inspiration project for LTSCB #60 - Anything Goes! We're being sponsored this time by Pattie's Creations, Kith & Kin Stamp Co. and SLS Lines! Come play with us! We've infused another 'anything goes' challenge into the mix because we know you love 'em! ;)

I used the outrageously cool Surfer Rory digi from Kith & Kin Stamp Co. for my all occasion card. I had a good time putting this together. I pulled out a mat stack that I've had for probably 5-6 years and used three of the coordinating papers. I 'waxed' her board with a nice coat of Glossy Accents - sure wish the photo showed how good it really looks! ;)


I drew the sun. I consider myself a paper artist but can't draw worth a flip, so I was excited when my sun turned out 'okay' enough to use on this project, lol! I created the sentiment on my computer.


I created some waves (and some of them are somewhat choppy for her riding pleasure) and some sand dunes. No dunes are complete without a lobster lurking nearby, lol!


And here's the inside, which I kept fairly simple. I found a great surfer's quote online which I thought would make a great sentiment!


Proud to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Spectrum Noir Premium White, Stampin' Up! Tempting Turquoise, DCWV Mango Frost Mat Stack
  • Stamps: Kith & Kin Surfer Rory digital image
  • Ink: Spectrum Noir- FS2, FS3, IB1, IB2, PL1, CT2, OR1, OR2, TN3, TN4, TN5
  • Dies/Punches: Paper Smooches stitched border, YNS wave border
  • Accessories: Wink of Stella, Glossy Accents, Fire Mountain lobster charm, peach flat-back pearls

I hope you've found a little inspiration to create something fun for our Anything Goes challenge this time! Be sure to check out Pattie's CreationsKith & Kin Stamp Co. and SLS Lines for some awesome digital images! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Friday, August 14, 2015

thanks much

Hi everyone! I'm happy to share with you today another 3 Girl JAM DT inspiration project. I had my scrap bin out... yes, you know, that ever-growing box full of pieces of paper and cardstock that I just can't bear to throw away. Go ahead and admit it - you have one too! ;) I wanted to create a card using up some of those scraps, and SCORE! Excluding the card base, very single paper element on this card was made from a scrap! Woot-woot!


This is a Z-fold card base. I used the Stampin' Up! Six Sided Sampler stamp set and matching punch for the hexagons which I layered onto stitched circle die cuts. I used my last piece of the absolutely gorgeous London Blue ribbon from the Wine & Jewels Bundle to create the multi-loop bow. You know how I love my big bows!


Here's the inside - the sentiment, four flags and a couple half-hexagons. I brought in several of the colors in the striped paper scraps. I added pretty little stamped/punched flowers colored with Wink of Stella to the centers of the hexagons. I'm really loving these 'scrap' elements! And as a side note, remember the song by Led Zeppelin called "Thank You" - written by Robert Palmer and Jimmy Page back in the late '60s? Yep, me too! ;)


And finally, here's an overhead shot - such an easy and fun fold!


Happy to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Stampin' Up! Old Olive (#100702), Stampin' Up! Pear Pizzazz (#131301), Stampin' Up! Whisper White (#100730), Stampin' Up! Kraft (#133674)
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! Six Sided Sampler (#130958), Stampin' Up! Something To Say (#134180)
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Lost Lagoon (#133644), Stampin' Up! Coastal Cabana (#131175), Stampin' Up! Pear Pizzazz (#131180)
  • Dies/Punches: Stampin' Up! Hexagon punch (#130919), Stampin' Up! Flower Punch from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack (#133787), Memory Box Stitched Circle Layers
  • Accessories: Clear Wink of Stella, Stampin' Up! Pearl Jewels (#119247)

I hope you've enjoyed today's project! Be sure to stop by the 3 Girl JAM store to check out all the fun crafty goodies! There are two ways to $AVE when you shop at 3 Girl JAM this month - use code LT10 to get 10% off your entire order OR use code AUGUST to add the gorgeous Caribbean Splash Bundle to your regular price order for just $1.00! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, August 10, 2015

I Heart You

Hello there, my crafty friends! I'm totally ecstatic to have been invited to guest design for Craft Your Passion during the month of August! I'm happy to share the project I created for Challenge #274. CYP challenges are always anything goes, so come play with us! We're being sponsored this week by the amazing AuroraWings!

I'm still enjoying my fancy folds and created an inverted gate fold card for a good friend I used to work with who has moved down south. She's one of those friends that I feel like I've known forever. I chose the Whimsical Seahorse image for this card as I think it suits her perfectly!


This was a delightful image to color. I used turquoise, purple and pink shades of Spectrum Noir markers and blended the colors with a light gray, then added clear Wink of Stella to the entire image. I placed several white glittered gumdrops to look like bubbles. I used the last metal corner in my stash. I guess I need to go shopping, lol!


I added dots of Glossy Accents on the head, body and wings for a little dimension and interest, and stamped the sentiment in the lower left corner.


Here is the card opened up a bit. I created the watercolor panels on the sides by patting several colors of ink on my craft mat, spritzing them with a homemade Perfect Pearls mist, and smooshing the watercolor paper through the puddles. I stamped the 'friend' sentiment vertically on the right side.


I used an edge punch to simulate smooth waves on the bottom pieces of each panel, then randomly placed sequins on each side.


Here's a top view. Such a fun fold! ;)


Happy to enter this fancy fold card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Stampin' Up! Bermuda Bay (#131197), Stampin' Up! Rich Razzleberry (#115316), Stampin' Up! Whisper White (#100730), Stampin' Up! Best Year Ever DSP (#138633)
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! And Many More (#134276)
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Night of Navy (#126970), Stampin' Up! Rich Razzleberry (#126950), Stampin' Up! Bermuda Bay (#131171); Spectrum Noir- BT4, TB3, PP2, IB1, IG2
  • Accessories: Clear Wink of Stella, Flonzcraft metal corner, YNS white Glittered Gumdrops, MS Footlights edge punch, Glossy Accents, homemade Perfect Pearls Mist, Stampin' Up! In Color Sequin Assortment (#133631)

I hope you've enjoyed this project and are inspired to enter our challenge this week! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Friday, August 7, 2015

You Made My Day

Hey, everybody! I have some more fun news to share - I've been invited to guest design for Scrapping4fun Challenges again! My whimsical 29th birthday card was featured several weeks ago so Rachelle invited me to guest in Challenge #48 - Anything Goes + Washi Tape! I'm very excited to share my project with you! ;)

I used Stampin' Up! papers, stamp sets and ink for my file folder card, with the feature stamping being the washi tape stamped on vellum. I'm in love with these file folder cards and they are so easy - made with the envelope punch board!


I staggered the different colors and patterns of washi tape across the front and affixed a double-layer of stitched die cuts in coordinating colors on the edge with a vertical sentiment. And here's a tip - the best way to glue vellum is to run it through the Xyron which makes the adhesive virtually invisible. My Xyron was one of the first 'tools' I bought years ago when I started cardmaking and I've never regretted the purchase!


I randomly placed a few round sequins on the front and stamped the 'friend' sentiment on the rear tab of the file folder.


And here's the inside - another couple stitched die cuts, thank you sentiment and two tiny heart sequins. I just love how this turned out!


Happy to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Stampin' Up! Pear Pizzazz (#131301), Stampin' Up! Lost Lagoon (#133679), Stampin' Up! Whisper White (#100730), Stampin' Up! All Is Calm DSP (#135823), white vellum
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! Tape It (#130715), Stampin' Up! And Many More (#134276), Stampin' Up! Something To Say (#134180)
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Pear Pizzazz (#131180), Stampin' Up! Lost Lagoon (#133644), Stampin' Up! Smoky Slate (#131179)
  • Dies/Punches: My Favorite Things Die-namics Stitched Rectangles
  • Accessories: MISTI, Xyron Creative Station, Stampin' Up! In Color Sequin Assortment

I hope you've found a little inspiration and will consider getting out your washi tape to create a project for our challenge this time! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, August 3, 2015

Happy Birthday!

Hi everyone! It's time for another fun challenge over at Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog! I'm happy to share my DT inspiration project for LTSCB #59 - WOW, It's White on White! We're being sponsored this time by Fred, She Said Designs, Lemon Shortbread Digi Stamps & Pages, and Lacy Sunshine Stamps! Come play with us! We want to see your all-white projects - only the image can be colored and we'd love to see multiple white layers and white embellishments! Fun, fun, fun! ;)

I chose the uber cool 80's City Chic Fashion Girl by Lemon Shortbread for my birthday card. I colored this awesome image with my Spectrum Noir markers in one of my favorite color combos of green and purple.


I have a total of four white layers and used a punch, a couple stitched dies, some pretty white ribbon with a multi-loop bow, and white pearls. I used a new stamp set that really compliments this image!


I kept the inside relatively simple with a stamped sentiment and a white Cityscape die cut along the bottom.


Proud to enter this birthday card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Spectrum Noir Premium White
  • Stamps: Simons Says Birthday Messages
  • Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Spectrum Noir- FS2, FS3, LG2, LG3, TN3, TN4, HB1, HB3, IG1
  • Dies/Punches: Memory Box Cityscape Nightline, My Favorite Things Stitched Rectangles Stax Die-namics, MS Eyelet Lace punch
  • Accessories: White flat-back pearls, white organdy ribbon, MISTI

I hope you're inspired to create a white-on-white project to enter in our challenge this time! And don't forget to check out all the fun images at the Fred, She Said DesignsLemon Shortbread Digi Stamps & Pages, and Lacy Sunshine Stamps stores! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie