Friday, September 4, 2009


Greetings Stampers.....and Happy Friday!!! This is also the beginning of the Labor Day weekend! The last weekend of summer for most, although our children started school almost 3 weeks ago!

Even though my monthly stamp club will be meeting in a little over a week.....I'm showing you one of the cards that we made at our August club.....I'm doing a bit of catch up!

This card was made using the Tart & Tangy stamp set.....a must have for making summery cards....or recipe cards or place cards or you name it!!

I started with a 8-1/2 x 4-1/4 piece of textured Real Red cardstock and layered that with a piece of textured Very Vanilla that was punched using the eyelet border punch. The strawberries were stamped (centered) in Real Red onto a piece of textured very vanilla cardstock. The berry toppers were made by coloring the stamp with Old Olive and Chocolate Chip markers and then cut out, leaving the space that is around the topper, and adhered using a dimensional. The corners were punched using the Ticket Corner and layered onto a piece of Old Olive cardstock. The sentiment is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes set and stamped on a scrap of textured very vanilla, punched out with the word window and layered on a piece of old olive cardstock that was punched with the modern label punch.
I think the card turned out "berry" cute :-) Plus, it was "berry" easy!!! I like that combination "berry" much! Ok....I know, I know, enough with the "berry".....because it's "berry" annoying!

Until next time, find some time for stamping!!!
Blessings to you......Cindy


Lisa Atha said...

Cute card Cindy! I was just hinking of making something myself with this stamp set before summer is completely gone. Great minds think alike. Glad to see you are back to blogging.


Lisa Atha

Village Teen said...

Hey I have seen on your profile that you like "Do
Hard Thing" by Alex and Brett Harris. Did you know
that they are doing a tour? I went to their conference
that they did and it was awesome!!!

Marisa said...

This is darling!


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