Friday, September 4, 2009

Berry Merry

Good Morning Everyone!

I have another share for you featuring the “Berry Merry” Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up!

I love the clean lines of this design brought to you from Stampin 411

As you know I am lucky enough to be one of the “Operator’s/Designers on the Blog. I work with an Incredible amount of talent that amazes me weekly. I hope you will check it out and even play along. All you have to do is create a card using this sketch and click on Mr. Linky to upload it. Have fun and can’t wait to see you there.

Here is my interpretation of this weeks sketch:

Berry Merry 003

Card Base: Stampin’ Up! Real Red 5 1/2 x 8 1/2”

Very Vanilla Texturz Piece is: 3 x 3 3/4” and I used our new Embossing Folder on it from Stampin’ Up! called Petal a Plenty…isn’t it pretty?

Old Olive: 2 -3/4” x 5”

Real Red: 1- 3/4” x 4- 7/8”

Very Vanilla: 1- 5/8” x 4 -3/4”

I used Gold Embossing Powder on the sentiment and Real Red and Old Olive Ink for the flowers. I then tied a bit of Red Grosgrain Ribbon and tied in a bow to complete the look.

Don’t you love how Stampin’ Up! has everything so co-ordinated for you? Now worries about things matching with Stampin’ Up! IT’S A GIVEN!!!!

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you back real soon,

Have a Stampinglee Good Day!

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Priscilla said...

Very pretty card.

~*Priscilla Aguilar*~

Selene Kempton said...

stinkin cute! I really love this striking color combination! a wow for the eyes..

Patti Chesky said...

Lee, this is such a stunning Christmas card. I love the embossed layer tucked in the back. It's subdued but WOW all at the same time.

Have a fabulous weekend!!

Connie said...

This looks so elegant, Lee! Great job!

Robin Merriman said...

It's a stunner, Lee - I love everything about it! Into the "must case" file it goes!

gbarron56 said...

Hi Lee -- I love, love, love this card. The colors are so festive and the texture on the layer behind the stamped image is just perfect. Great job! Blessings, gretchen

Latenightstamper said...

You always have great ideas, thanks for sharing.
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