Tuesday, March 24, 2009

CPS Sponsor - Part 2

My last post featured All Things of Nature, one of my first stamp sets from The Angel Company. This stamp set is another old favorite of mine! I have had so much fun this week, not only as the sponsor of the Card Positioning System (CPS) blog sketch, but also playing along with my own creations!

For this card I brought out the “big” tools that I bought as half priced items when I was a “hostess” for a party sized order with The Angel Company (TAC). With TAC, not only do you earn a free stamp with every $30 you spend, but as the hostess for a $100 show...you earn a free stamp set, can get a hostess discount of 20% and earn one item (anything in the catalog!) for half priced. What a deal.


Card Materials:
Stamps: Flower Collage Trio
Paper: Catelynne, DCWV Green #1 and Pink #1
Accessories: Bind it All, Scor Pal, Tombow Markers, twine, buttons, Palette inks

Have you checked out the design team's creations over at the CPS blog? You can find out there how to WIN a free stamp set valued at $19.95 - just by playing along with this sketch. And don't forget to check out my last post...I'll keep adding my sketch cards this whole week! I am having so much fun - I hope you are too!

8 comments:

Diana - Teacher Mom said...

Hi Chris. Your card turned out lovely. I really like the way you coloured your stamped image. I also love your Artsy Owl card. It's so cute! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Silli said...

hello dear Chris, your card is fab. Love the tulip and love the colors... This is so great! Have a wonderful day... Big hugs from Silke

Leigh Ann Baird said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! It is funny that we both used scoring. It the first thing I thought of when I saw the sketch. I only put in the extra score lines because I put the first 2 lines in the wrong place and it looked weird! Great card!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Oh my this is gorgeous.

stampqueen said...

Thanks for stopping in on my blog!!! I wish I would have thought of the scored lines like you did - I tried faux stitching (yuk), then I tried strips of paper, first over the edges of the main image,then under(yuk again) :)
The score line looks good and I like the tulip too. great card!!!

Hetty said...

hello. Thank you for writing on my blog. Your card is really beautiful. I love the colors and the tulip.

Linda Beeson said...

What a great card and I so love that you did those score lines to fit the sketch. What a great idea! It has just been so fun to see the creations at CPS with the TAC supplies!

ant me. said...

Hi Chris : ) Thank you for stopping by my blog tonight. I used to sell for TAC so I have oodles!! of stamps from them. If you visit my blog very often you will see a lot of oldies but goodies! : ) As a matter of a fact I just taught a little card demo this week using this tulip image (one of my favorites!. Your card is beautiful! It is always so much fun to see what others do with images that you also own. : ) TYFS Patti