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Wednesday, February 27, 2013


Since I haven't posted anything since Saturday (shame on me), I decided to give you three cards today for Monday, Tuesday and today.  (I'm not counting Sunday since I will consider that a day of reset.)

The flower and leaves are from an SU package which included the stamps and dies to match.  Die sets and stamp sets can be purchased separately.  I ran the front of the card through the Cuttlebug with the Swiss Dots folder which I chose because of the SU Polka Dot dp that I wanted to use.  I decided to just stamp the sentiment from My Sentiments Exactly with black ink right on the polka dot dp but it could have been done on a white tag of some kind and then added to the front.

I really like the SU Polka Dot papers.  Stampin Up has become a real favorite of mine in addition to the stamps I sell.  If anyone ever wants to connect with an SU demonstrator, I have connected with more than one and try to "support" both of them so I can give you some referrals.  :)

Thank you for stopping by!  Now here are the other two more cards I made which are similar but arranged a little differently:

The sentiment is from Penny Black.  I can order it for you and will send an order this week.

The sentiment is from Hero Arts but has been discontinued.  I can order Hero Arts items for you though and will send an order very soon.

I not only order from Penny Black and Hero Arts, but I also have access to Spellbinders, Copic Markers, glitter, glues, embossing powders, etc. etc.


Lynette said...

All three of them are so pretty, Vicki! What a great flower and die!

Sheri said...

These are all beautiful! Great job!

Harriet Skelly said...

Love all of these!

Annie said...

Lovely cards, all three, liked the colors in the 3rd one, but loved the contrast in the first one.

Bonnie32002 said...

So bright and springy! Just what we need this time of year!

Heather T said...

That is a versatile layout and it looks great in both orientations and colour schemes.