We made it home from Florida last weekend. It was sad to leave all that warmth and sunshine. It was chilly our first ten days there but it warmed up nicely during the second half of our vacation. I am going to miss that beautiful view we had too. You can’t beat looking at this every night (except maybe at the cottage).
There is only one week left of the Stampin’ Up!® Sale-a-bration. That means there is only one week left to earn products for free with a qualifying order. There are a lot of wonderful products in the SAB catalog and I made this card using three of them.
To make this card I first used the Sale-a-bration stamp set called Island Vibes, This stamp set includes three DisINKtive stamps. A DisINKtive stamp is where one stamp has different opacities to show some depth. I colored the plant using a Bermuda Bay, Soft Suede and Granny Apple Green Stampin Write Markers. This is a great way to have different colors on one stamp. Next I stamped the sentiment in Granny Apple Green ink from the Sale-a-bration stamp set called Friendly Hello and cut both out using a die from the set called Stitched So Sweetly.
Next I took a piece of Flowers For Every Season ribbon which comes in white and colored it using a Bermuda Bay Blends. I love that the Blends can color embellishments and ribbons. I tied this around a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of the Friendly Hello Designer Series Paper and adhered it to a Basic White card base. Lastly I added Dimensionals to the back of the image I had stamped earlier to adhere it to the card.
As another reminder, if you order $150 worth of Stampin’ Up!® products you can get the Island Vibes stamp set as well as the Friendly Hello bundle (which includes a stamp set and Designer Series Paper).
Susan, such a pretty card. I love the colors and the layout. Just lovely
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Great card, Susan! I love the way you colored the ribbon to match the flowerpot. And that is a lovely sunset, but I do think your cottage sunsets are just as pretty. Maybe prettier. Or maybe I’m jealous because we had to suffer through February in the cold. 🙂
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