Hand Delivered

Buffy and I have this kind of joke about the stamp set I used for this card.  It is a hostess set called Hand Delivered.  It has these legs with the skirt as one stamp but no head, body or arms.  Instead there are stamps like the sign she is holding that take the place of the rest of the body.  There is the sign, balloons, books and a cake.  It is cute but definitely one of those sets that you go “Huh?” when you first look at it.

In any case, I made this card for Buffy.  We do a ribbon share together.  She buys 5 or so rolls of ribbon and I buy a different set and we split it.  That way we get all kinds of ribbon at half the price.  I was supposed to put this card in the package of ribbon I was sending her but forgot to put it in before sealing it.  Maybe I will send it to her for her birthday in September.  Just pretend you aren’t reading this, Buffy.

The Designer Series Paper I used on this card is called InColor 6″ x 6″ paper.  I used a piece of Grapefruit Grove from this stack.  Then I embossed a small piece of Grapefruit Grove cardstock using the Subtle Embossing Folder.  I know it is hard to see in this picture but it looks like the retired Textured Cardstock we use to have.  I also used Bermuda Bay cardstock and my Stampin’ Blends to color.  I don’t have a Grapefruit Grove Blend so I used the light Calypso Coral one.  You can’t really tell the different since the flowers are so small.

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2 thoughts on “Hand Delivered

  1. I laughed when I saw this one. (What? No trains???) I love this card. The colors are so bright and pretty. Your ribbon should be heading your way shortly – with a surprise!! (Not a headless woman, though.)

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  2. Well, Buffy’s reply has me intrigued! Obviously there’s a joke about trains between you two! 🙂 Anyway, I love the card, headless woman & all! This is one host set I’m looking forward to getting

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