Saturday, 16 July 2011

Well it's been the longest time!

Hello all, I didnt realise that I haven't blogged in the longest time, ....

I do have lots to share with you, Today we had our Team training, and I always do a demo of some sorts, be it a make n take or basic demoing, I had a fabulous relaxing day, spending time with fellow demo's is always enjoyable and the crafting that goes on helps too! I always come back home inspired by all the swaps the girls have made and the projects that Natalie produces...

Today was Clearly for you day, what a beautiful Stamp set this truly is, My creations were inspired by one of my downline Pat, do vist Pat's blog the link is on the sidebar under my stampin Fairies team..... Pat had done a class using this very stamp set in Black Cherry Cobbler and Very Vanilla, so I chose these colours for my creations, So today I will show you one using the uber lovely Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder exclusive to Stampin up, and the fabulous Spritzer tool...




Do pop back tommorrow I have more to show you, I also used this set for my Swap card and I really love how it came out!>...



Supplies used:
Clearly for you Stamp set
Spritzer tool
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler
Basic Black Marker pen, Ink pads: Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Dauber...
1 3/8 Circle Punch
Boho Blossoms Punch
Itty Bitty shape punch
Trim Border Punch
Decorative Label Punch
Basic Rhinestones

5 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous card.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  2. Hi Kim lovely card, just love your new blog look. Looks like you have been very busy. Hugs JO.xx

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  3. Stunning card, I need this set now I decided LOL . Oh and absolutely gorgeous blog design honey. Love it !!

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  4. Oooo welcome back Kimmie, I was getting withdrawal symptons!! I love your cards. Take care hun xx

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  5. Your a star! Thanks for sharing. Had a great time admiring your samples today.
    Cary x

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