Monday, November 23, 2009

Journey


I got started on this card and wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do with it...seems like a theme lately! These aren't colors I use regularly, but I like how it came together.  I've been making a conscious effort to use the materials I have! 

I'm going to mail this to Pat's uncle next week.  He has been doing well on his recovery and I like to send him a card every couple of weeks to encourage him.  I thought the journey sentiment was perfect for him.  I stamped the flowers on the SU paper, cut them out and added the Jenni Bowlin pearl embellishments.

I used the Stampin 411 sketch from below.  Big thanks to the Stampin' 411 ladies as my card from last week was highlighted last week in their Stamper's Showcase.  Very exciting for me! 



Ingredients:  SU DSP, Sand Paper, Rose Red, Ribbon, Delight in Life Stamps, Making Memories Journey Buckle, Jenni Bowlin Pearl Embellishments

7 comments:

  1. Very pretty Lynn - I like those pearls in the flower centers. That was a great stamp set, your card makes me wish I still had it!
    I'm sure this will put a smile on your uncle's face!
    Thanks for playing along this week!

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  2. Another gorgeous card Lynn!! I love the pearl accents for the flower centers, and that buckle rocks!!! Beautiful colors too!!!

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  3. Well I love this Lynn. You are a super talented stamper. Great Job!

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  4. Oh wow. This is a gorgeous card. I love the ribbon with the journey buckle. It's so pretty. and the DP paper yummy!And the pearls . . delicious. I'm crazy for pearls. Love what you've done with the sketch.

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  5. psst. Lynn... check my blog today. ;)

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  6. Lynn -- I love the colors that you used on this card and the ribbon pull adds the perfect touch! Wonderful job with this week's sketch challenge. Thanks so much for playing along with the Stamping 411 Operators! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Blessings, Gretchen

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  7. This is so pretty. I love the choice of colors and use of this stamp set. Great job!

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