Saturday, March 5, 2011

One More!

I had to make a card with this left over panel I had made the other day! I stippled haystack and burnt umber palette inks over cream and the results were quite bright, surprisingly. The stamp itself is in landscape. What to do?!



Rustic Chic to the rescue! I love this paper pack from The Angel Company and it paired perfectly with some Kraft and DCWV green cardstock I had laying around. I stamped the Script stamp sideways for a different look and then finished it all off with a ribbon and button tied with scrappers floss. My favorite go-to accessories!

I hope you've been inspired by all of the other cards on this blog hop - you'll even find some awesome tutorials along the way! (you can see them all on my post below) And, have you had a chance to check out the new Spring Fling sets? I am loving those as well! I can't wait to get my hands on some of these...

With just one $30 order, you can buy one of each of these specials...unbelievable!


Beautiful Day T 3441 $7.95 (retail: $10.95)


Sweet Day Cupcake T 3442 $11.95 (retail: $15.95)



Sweet Sayings T 3443 $5.95 (retail: $7.95)


Gift of Friendship T 3444 $11.95 (retail: $15.95)


Majestic Mountain T 3445 $14.95 (retail: $19.95)

5 comments:

Glittered Paws said...

Very nice - love the stippling and the Rustic paper was perfect. I have this stamp set and I think I am going to use it on the outside of my envie when I mail a couple of St. Pats cards.

Angela K said...

Just lovely! Very nice Chris!!

thestampingbug said...

So pretty. Rustic Chic is one of my most used papers...GO To for sure! Love it. Love your ribbon treatment too.
Kerry

Silli said...

Wonderful card Chris, love the colors and what you did with the button...I love buttons..;-) Hugs and happy sunday my sweet friend!

Juliet A said...

I love this with the Rustic Chic (best paper pack ever)! I have to admit that the postmark stamp was the least appealing one in the set, but you are successfully making me wish I had it!