Sunday, March 16, 2008


Good Morning All! I hope that you all have had a great weekend! I know that my spring break has been very relaxing and filled with fun! While I still have tomorrow off, I will be going back to the classroom to get things ready for Tuesday. It's really hard to believe that the school year is quickly coming to a close! Just more time to stamp!

Today's card was inspired by someone out there in the blogging world. I was cruising blogs for something that I could do with my Tagger's Dozen set. I haven't used that set hardly at all! I found this card layout. I tweaked the colors and added a few things but it is basically the same. This layout could also be used for any small stamps that seem hard to use for cards. I really don't think that I could live without the scallop punch. It just makes a focal point so easy to come up with! For the ribbon, I just took a piece of Wild Wasabi double stitched ribbon and twisted it around and glue dotted it (heavily) to the back of the scallop piece. That piece is also popped up as it gets kind of bulky to glue flat. And I believe that you know how to make the scalloped edge? If not, or if you forgot just send me an e-mail. Enjoy and thanks for stopping by!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Tagger's Dozen; Paper- Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi, Groovy Guava, Soft Sky, Whisper White, Afternoon Tea designer paper; Ink- Groovy Guava; Accessories- Vintage brads, Wild Wasabi double stitched ribbon, circle punches, scallop punch, dimensionals

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