Got so excited when I saw the new Post Script Stamp in the new catalog. Oh,my, so much fun. It is a background stamp I had to use it first! It is a large stamp, lovely full back ground for a regular card face or stamp it and cut up the stamped image to suit your design. The square Very Vanilla Card Stock was stamped using Emerald Envy Ink. Then I looked all over the stamp and found the perfect square for this card. Die cut out and layered it with Emerald Envy and Lemon Lime Twist. See below for a list of the products that I used on this card.
Card Stock: Emerald Envy
Lemon Lime Twist
Paper: Eastern Palace Speciality Designer Series Paper
Lift Me Up (stamped in Lemon Lime Twist Ink)
Ribbon: 3/8″ Classic Weave Whisper White
(Using Emerald Envy Ink Pad I colored this ribbon to match the card)
Feminine, comforting card in two new colors! Berry Burst and Powder Pink were just made to compliment each other. In this card they showcase the lovely new colors as well as the new 5/8″ Crinkled Seam Binding Ribbon. Don’t you just love the way this ribbon ties into bows? Little effort and you have a gorgeous bow to set off your card and give that OOMPH! Below the card you will find the products that I used in making this card.
Cardstocks: Powder Pink
Die Cuts: (Scalloped Base)-Layering Circles Framelits
Tags and Labels Framelits (now retired)
Delicate White Doilies
5/8″ Berry Burst Crinkled Seam Binding
Sentiment: Flourishing Phrases stamped in Berry Burst Ink
The banner was hand cut.
April 2 is National Autism Awareness Day! Our group is featuring Autism colors of Blue, Red and Yellow. I have a personal interest in Autism Month. My 13 year old Great Grandson, Logan is Autistic. He is a wonderful child. He is sweet, loving, thoughtful and loves helping. I love his attitude and his approach to life in general.
Did you know that as early as infancy, a baby can begin to show the three hallmark features of autism: communication challenges, impaired social interactions, and repetitive behavior? These characteristics and behaviors will follow this infant throughout his childhood into his adult years.
Please consider donating to this very worthwhile cause (a link to the donation site is below). Advances are being made every day in caring and educating these children. The Autism Society supports parents and facilities with Autistic children by providing Education, Advocacy, Referrals for services and promote research in Autism among many other thing. To learn more click on the link above.
This card was created to exemplify hope, courage and especially celebrate life! Colorful, vibrant and exciting! Logan is a star in my world and I am so happy and very proud to be his Great Grandmother. Here is my card for Logan.
All materials used in this card are from Stampin’ Up! A list of the materials used are at the very bottom of this blog.
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Here are the materials used in the card above: Product List