I saw the cutest card on Heather Summers blog and knew I had to make something like it. I decided to use it as one of my projects for the Towne Lake Card club that met Thursday night.
The card base is Daffodil Delight and then a layer of Old Olive card stock. At the bottom edge is a strip of Daffodil Delight that was punched with the Ribbon border punch. I decided to use the Ice Cream Parlor buttons which are Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, and Pacific Point. The Designer paper is from two packs – the Melon Mambo and Daffodil Delight are from the Sew Suite Designer Series paper. The Pacific Point is from the Blueberry Crisp Designer Series paper. The stamp set for the flower stems is the Sweet Summer Sale-A-Bration set – the stems are stamped in Old Olive and then watercolor the leaves with an Aqua-painter and Old Olive ink.
This is a bright cheery fun card. We added a greeting on the inside from the So Happy for You stamp set. We are in the last week of Sale-A-Bration and after it ends these fun stamp sets and products will be gone. So hurry and place a $50 product order so you can get one free. Choose from So Happy for You stamp set, Punch Bunch stamp set, Ice Cream Parlor Designer Series Paper & Quick Accents pack, Ice Cream Parlor Ribbon & Button pack, So Much to Sale-A-Brate Digital Content CD, Sweet Summer stamp set, Notes Chalkboard Decor Elements, Bliss stamp set or one of many stamp sets from the Idea Book & Catalog. So many fun choices!
You can also join Stampin’ Up! by becoming a demonstrator during Sale-A-Bration and get 15% off your Starter Kit. Plus, get a bonus bundle filled with over $50 in free products. It’s a great offer! Contact me today if you want to learn more.
There’s another Spring Bingo Winner! The second winner is Yvonne. Congratulations!
That’s two winners found and three more to go – will the next one be you? Check your cards every day. Here is the next piece.
Have a fun weekend! Tonight is the prom for the boys high school and Tyler is going with one of his friend Afton. I took Kyle back to GA Tech earlier today and then picked up the flowers for the prom. Unfortunately it is a rainy day in Georgia and any prom pictures we take of them will have to be indoors.