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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Thank You

Each month demonstrators receive a great magazine, Stampin' Success. Each month there are wonderful projects showcased and a card sketch. I chose to use the card sketch from the April Stampin' Success for my thank you cards. For my first card I used Rich Razzleberry as the base and as the darker color in the daisy flower. If you click on the photos to make them bigger, you will notice that I covered the flowers in Iridescent Ice embossing powder to make them sparkly. It's a cloudy day here today so my camera didn't quite pick up the true colors :-(.

This second card is done in Elegant Eggplant for the base only. The flower is Orchid Opulence and Pale Plum.

The leaves are punched out with the Small Oval punch and then inked on the edges with Always Artichoke Classic Stampin' Ink. The centers of the daisies have a flower punched from the Boho Blossoms punch and inked with Crushed Curry. The small flowers to the right are from the Trio Flower punch, also inked with Crushed Curry. I chose to use rich jewel tone colors for my cards today, but I plan to make more in pastel colors. Have a wonderful day today! See ya' tomorrow!

Blessings!
Barb

Supplies:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes- 115370
Paper: Whisper White- 100730, Pale Plum- 101658, Barely Banana- 102701, Old Olive- 100702, Elegant Eggplant- 105126, Rich Razzleberry- 115316, Orchid Opulence- 100969, Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper- 115671
Classic Stampin' Ink: Elegant Eggplant- 105210, Rich Razzleberry- 115658, Crushed Curry- 115659, Always Artichoke- 105219, Versamark- 102283
Punches: Small Oval- 107304, Boho Blossoms- 110711, Flower Trio- 109183, 1/8" circle
Dies: Daisies #2- 114520
Other: Iridescent Ice embossing powder- 101930, April 2010 'Stampin' Success' card sketch

2 comments:

Kim said...

Very pretty, can't wait to see the pastel ones.

Thanks for sharing,
Kim

Anonymous said...

Nice cards Barb, the card LO is nice too can be used for many occasions. Love the color combo's too.
Donna