Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Make a Starry Wish

Good morning, Friends! It's good to be back home! I had done a few pre-posts before I left. And that was a good thing as we didn't have free internet at the hotel. I was able to tweak a few things while I was in Las Vegas because we found a Starbucks and had some time but that was it. So now I am back to my routine - yeah! The tournament was another tough one. The boys played great!! I can't complain there! And of course, we all had a great time being in Vegas! So much to see! Sensory overload - lol!! Now we are back and it's time to get into the routine. 

Today's card was inspired by this sketch I found. Here are the details:

  • Card base is Whisper White
  • Layer of Midnight Muse is adhered to card base
  • On a piece of Whisper White stamp the sentiment from Perfect Pennants in Gumball Green then stamp it again onto a scrap of Whisper White using Midnight Muse ink
  • Cut out the middle part of the sentiment and adhere to card
  • Use the Essentials paper piercing pack to pierce holes in the two top corners then adhere panel to card
  • Stamp stars onto a piece of Whisper White using Summer Starfruit ink and cut out
  • Insert brads into each star and adhere to card with dimensionals
Pretty easy card and one that I thought was a little more masculine. Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Perfect Pennants; Paper- Whisper White, Midnight Muse; Ink- Gumball Green Midnight Muse, Summer Starfruit; Accessories- Essentials paper piercing pack, mini brads, dimensionals


  1. Very fun card! You definitely need to enter it in my CAS star challenge at the Paper Players this week, too! Love the piercing in the corners, too!

  2. Deb, you are the QUEEN of CAS! Love this! The colors pop against all the white space and I love, love, love how you've done the sentiment. So glad you could join us at The Paper Players!

  3. So pretty, Deb! I love how the colors just pop off the clean design! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)

  4. Great CAS design - the stamping is so sharp and the colours really do pop off the page!