Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Hello Friend!

Hello, blog friends!!! A couple of weeks ago I was the lucky winner of the super cute "Friendly Flowers" stamp set from the Paper Smooches Blog Hop!!! A GIANT THANK YOU to Kim and her DT for that happy mail!!!

Here's a card I made using my new goodies:

Aren't those flowers so funky and fun?!?! I had a blast paper piecing them! I can't wait to make more cards using this set!!!

I hope you like my creation! I'm going to enter this card into the contest going on over at the Paper Smooches Blog---the prize is a Guest Designer spot for April!!! WOW!!!

Thanks for stopping by! Happy "Over The Hump Day"!

Stamps: Friendly Flowers (Paper Smooches)
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento (Tsukineko)
Cardstock: Kraft and Stampers' Select White (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Shabby Floral, Dilly Dally, Dainty Print, Vintage Stripes (from the Road Show Collection by Fancy Pants)
Die: Labels Three Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Shabby Wrinkled Ribbon: Past Beauties and Antique Lace (Prairie Bird Boutique)
Button: Vintage Holiday Mix (Papertrey Ink)
Rustic Twine: (Papertrey Ink)
Edge Distresser Tool: (Heidi Swapp)
Black Copic Multiliner Pen
Quickie Glue Pen: (Sakura)
Double-Sided Tape: (X-Press It)
Glue Dots


Jingle said...

Very pretty card!

Brandi said...

This is so cute! I love how you paper pieced the flowers. By the way I received my package in the mail, it was so cute (cards, clips). Thanks again!

Unknown said...

Lovely card. Looks a little grungy, and I love it! I don't know if that is a term or not.

Karen B. said...

Fun card, I love that your colors and papers you used make those stamps look shabby and chic instead of fun and cute.

Sue Lelli said...

Boy, you are so LUCKY! That stamp set is so CUTE and I LOVE the card you created! Those flowers are FAB!

Andrea M said...

Brilliant card Lisa!!! Love the paper pieced flowers and the awesome DP! Wow, you do shabby so well girl!!! Awesome card! So glad you won the stamp set!!

Jen Carter said...

This is so cute! I've been eyeing this set and I love how you used it!