Just a Note....

This card uses a Making Memories journaling sheet, SU! daisy stamps, Printworks sentiment and swirl stamp. Flowers were here waiting to be used....and I finally did! The are embossed in white on white...centers are stamped in Barely Bananna. Swirls are stamped off once in Creamy Caramel (SU!) ink. The sentiment is stamped in Close to Cocoa (SU!) ink. Base paper is by Bazzil and ribbon is by May Arts.

I've been out of my stamping *groove* this week. I'm in a spring cleaning groove instead...and though it's not nearly as fun....my family will appreciate it!!

Just a note on the Card Candy Challenge....I've extended the due date to April 30th. Read about it here. There's some goodies in it for some lucky participant! Can't wait to see what you come up with!!! Also, April's DT gallery is open at Embellish-Online....so pop in there to see some cards with Frogs and Humor as our theme this month!!

Comments

Oooh how utterly and simply beautiful!!
This is beautiful, Michelle! I KWYM about the cleaning thing. I've been doing the same thing here.
Catherine said…
Awww, pretty! Now I want to make a daisy card! Maybe tonight!
this is so pretty, I love those flowers.
Maria said…
Hi Michelle!

You card is fabulous! I love your faux velvet technique! It's beautiful. Love those big flowers too! They're very pretty!

Maria
Godelieve said…
What a lovely card! Love the soft colors,and the placement of the gorgeous flowers.
happygiggles said…
Another great card! I love the colours and the layout of this one! Your scalloped edges are great as well.
Mary Dawn said…
i love this! so soft and so many details
Aimee said…
beautiful card... made me remeber I have that set in my collection and need to play with it sometime soon..
Rachel said…
Absolutely adorable!!
Bevie Pearl said…
I love how you used the daisy image on this card...I have that stamp somewhere and now I can see a new use for it. Thanks for the inspiration.
debbiedee said…
I love this stamp set! Doesn't look like you are out of your groove to me!
Love the torn paper look too. Did you punch all those holes and then bend the paper to make it look like that??
Mel M. M. M. said…
I LOVE the circle note book page detail on this; I wonder how long it would take me to do it with a handheld circle punch ;0) mel

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