Monday, November 19, 2012

Today is the Day!!! Don’t Miss Out!

It’s me again!

Hope you have a great weekend. I’ve been enjoying this gloomy weather and just hanging out stamping. Love it!

My Card Share for today will feature yet another Stamp Set that is on sale. “Patterned Party” is a very versatile set that can be used for feminine or masculine cards…..just change out the colors, right?

The Clear set is #123067- $9.48 are you kidding me! That’s 50% off again!!!! Wood Set is #123065- $13.48!!! Wowser!

Here is my card….again unlike what I normally do…lot’s of colors….Weeeeeeeeeeeee!!!


So for this card the base is Whisper White and cut to 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and folded over.

The next mat is Old Olive and cut to 3 3/4 x 5

The Melon Mambo Mat is cut to 3 5/8 x 4 7/8 and run through the Big Shot with the Argyle Embossing Folder to mimic the Argyle Packages.

The next layer is a piece of the Designer Series Paper Stack. Just one of my fav things in the catalog. I find these papers invaluable as they just add the right subtle touch to most anything you make…and guss what they are on sale too.  Brights DSP Pack #117155 and you get a whole slab of it for only $17.56 and it’s in all the Bright colors. Whoo Hoo!

The DSP mat is cut to 2 1/2 x 5

The white image piece is cut to 2 x 5

I colored the images in with markers, Eggplant, Melon Mambo and Old Olive. You know what they were on my work area and that’s what it ended up to be. Funny how things work out.

The Ribbon is a double Bow made with my Bow maker.

Final touch….”Wish Big"” from the cute set Pennant Parade which I will hopefully show case tomorrow…..because it’s on sale too!

Hope you don’t mind me sharing all the fun I’m having with all the sale items. Just want to show you the possibilities!

Have you seen anything you might like yet? Click  here to view the whole list of sale items.

Want to shop? Visit my website and have fun!!!

See you tomorrow!

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Carol Carriveau said...

Love the colors...very bright and cheery and fun!

gale said...

Love that-so cute. And I love the little bits of eggplant thrown in. It's fun to use some non traditional colors.