Good morning stamping buddies. Just buzzing this morning with a card I made with the Stippled Blossoms set again. I will have to decide which one to swap with Julia. I had a busy day and canned my Salsa Verde and I put vinegar in it to be able to can it. Wow I made a huge mistake it tasted horrible so I went on line to figure out what I could do and it said add sugar. I am trying to get away with sugar so I put in agave syrup. I made some pinto beans and had a bowl and put some sauce on it and YUCK! What a darn waste of time. My first batch that I didn't can was much better. A big wast of my precious time. GRR, I was so frustrated and went to lay in bed and fell asleep with the TV on. I am glad I finished this card earlier in the day or it wouldn't have been finished. I did get my Molasses Bars baked to take to work with me. I better get in the shower for work. And okay I promise to move onto another stamp set next time. LOL!
The base of my card is Sahara Sand, and then Rose Red which I textured with the Framed Tulips EF. stamped this for the CCCB#127 challenge which is "Inchies " and Word Art Wednesday which is friend. I stamped the little blossom with Rose Red, Regal Rose and Wild Wasabi and then punched it out with my 1-1/4" Square Punch. I used the Neutrals DSP and layered that under my Rose Red Seam Binding Ribbon and then stamped Sweet Friend from the You Are Loved set and punched it out with the Modern Label Punch. Either of the last few cards would be appropriate to send to my friend Julia for my swap card. She is a sweet friend that I think about and miss a lot.
Here are the details:
Stamp Sets: Stippled Blossoms, You Are Loved
Card Stock: Sahara Sand, Rose Red, Neutrals DSP
Inks: Rose Red, Wild Wasabi, Regal Rose
Tools and Accessories: Big Shot, Tulip Frame Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, 1-1/4" Square Punch, Modern Label Punch, Seam Binding, Mini Glue Dots, Dimensionals.
Thanks so much for stopping by today and I love all your comments. Have a honey of a day. Ta Da. Hugs, Bev
Here is the link for the CCCB# 127 http://citycrafter.blogspot.com/
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