Monday, April 22, 2013

Cardabilities 73

Good morning, Friends! I hope your weekend was wonderful! Ours was!! The weather finally cooperated! Well, it was warmer than than earlier last week and the sun was out more than not! I did have to wear my heavy coat to the soccer game on Saturday but there were times when I could take it off because the wind calmed down and the sun was out! And the boys won their soccer game!! Tough game, too, so that made it all the more fun! Then yesterday I got to spend the day stitching! Still have a ways to go to get my projects done but at least I was able to spend some time working on them! I really need to get my sewing blog updated with the projects that I do have finished. Maybe this week? We will see!

Today's card was inspired by the sketch at Cardabilities. A fun easy sketch! A piece of Sunshine and Sprinkles designer paper was adhered to a card base of Whisper White. Then I adhered two strips of Daffodil Delight that were punched with the dotted ribbon scallop punch to the back of a strip of Pacific Point that was flagged at the bottom and run through the Big Shot with the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder. I adhered this strip to the card. Then I used the Ovals framelits dies to cut an oval from Whisper White. It is pierced with the Occasions paper piercing pack and the sentiment from Rain or Shine is stamped in Basic Grey as is the umbrella handle. The oval is popped up onto the card. I stamped the umbrella top in Old Olive and cut it out. This is popped up onto the card. I punched a flower from Daffodil Delight using the itty bitty shapes punch pack and added it to the umbrella. Finally a rhinestone is added to the flower center. Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Rain or Shine; Paper- Whisper White, Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight, Sunshine and Sprinkles designer paper; Ink- Basic Grey, Old Olive; Accessories- Ovals framelits dies, itty bitty shapes punch pack, dotted ribbon scallop punch, Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, rhinestone, dimensionals

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