Friday, September 26, 2008


This is my last card of all the Flower for All Season images. This is a great little set for only $14.95. If you'd like to place an order at anytime, feel free to contact me or click on the Online Ordering Icon on the top right of my blog. This will redirect you to my SU website where you will click on the SHOP NOW (below my name and other info) for convenient and easy ordering anytime you'd like :)
So, todays card is just a Delight. That little bird looking at that cute basket of tulips...just adorable, as is each image in this set. To keep the look of my card set, I again used my SU Blender Pens to color in my image on Whisper White. I then took to piercing again at each corner using my Mat Pack and piercing tool. And then mounted this on Barely Banana and used my Scallop Edge Punch to decorate the bottom. I also pierced the Pretty in Pink base at two corners. Baja Breeze is offset and placed vertically behind my image and faux stitched using my white Signo Gel Pen. My sentiment, from Define Your Life,is inked in Regal Rose craft ink and heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. A Baja Breeze double stitched ribbon adds some fun and the finishing touch to the card. So there you have it, all four images from this set are complete and can be viewed if you scroll down my blog. Now I have to create a cute little box to hold them in and I have a great little gift :)
As promised I will have some very cute projects from my fun class, Sweet Treats, so make sure to check back :)
PS Don't forget, the end of this great promotion, 15% off Never Before Seen Stamps is Sept 30th, make sure to email me with your orders or click on the Online Ordering Icon as I talked about in the beginning of the post.
For now, go kreate


Tiffany said...

How pretty! I love the scallop edge under the stamped image and the chunky ribbon. Very soft and pretty. Have a good one Kim!

Kris said...

I LOVE how you made the Baja Breeze paper coordinate with the ribbon.

Such a happy card! Great work, Kim.

Mary Fish said...

Great job with the wide ribbon. I always struggle with using it (but, of course, buy it like mad). I simply must play with that delightful set again! Hugs, Mary