Sunday, September 28, 2008


Today was rainy and gloomy all day...but I actually got a lot done...I have a draw full of unmounted rubber and I decided to start mounting some of them this morning...this one caught my eye and I just finished making this card with it...I don't know why I have so many pieces of unmounted rubber...I like all my stamps mounted...but I'm going to try and get them all inked with some cute cards or projects as soon as I can...I will have to apologize now...because almost all of them have no names or company's written on them...and I've had them so long I can't even remember where they were purchased.

Here is the recipe:
Stamps: season by season(retired)...and the pumpkins(unmounted/unknown).
Card stock: very vanilla...chocolate chip...sage shadow...assorted scraps...and cream printer paper from Staples.
Inks: basic brown.
Punches: corner adorner photo slot from EKSuccess...scallop edge...and 1/16 inch hand held circle.
Chalks: stampin' pastels.
Additional supplies: snail adhesive...score-it board...fiskar cutter...yellow hemp twine(retired)...and Sakura copper star glitter pen.
All supplies from stampin' up unless otherwise noted.

Inside this card I have cream printer paper...and I used my favorite scallop edge punch o the edges...I love how this looks.

This was such a quick card and I like how it turned out...thanks for stopping by this afternoon...try and stay warm and dry...and have a stampin' good day.

Stampin' HUGS


Debbie said...

Oooo I just LOVE choc. chip and sage shadow together! Cute card! And I love what you did with the inside!!

chelemom said...

Very pretty! I do love those scalloped edges!

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