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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Forever in my Heart



Happy Tuesday! Hope you are all having a great week so far!

Today's card I made for the sketch on Jen's Blog. I am again playing with this fun Bella Blossom stamp set. I am also using some of my very favorite papers, the SU Urban Garden. I never knew I love "Not Quite Navy" so much until I got this paper and now I have a hard time reaching for anything else! LOL!!!


I started the card with a base of NQN, followed by sone old olive and then the two pieces of DS paper. The sentiment is from the SU set "stem Sayings. The sentiment panel is under the strip of DS paper on the right side. a really cute idea I think and I probably would have never thought to do it on my own. I used some old olive ribbon that is 5/8 inch and used a ribbon slide from the silver hardware kit. the brads are NQN and silver flowers. The flower is layered up like yesterdays card. The stem and leaves are from SU's new set "petal pizazz", stamped with old olive and cut out and glued on. I trimmed the stem at the edge of the bottom of the card.

Well, that is it for today, be safe and warm and thanks so much for stopping by. Happy Stamping!

Vicki

9 comments:

geekyscrapping said...

Love the brads and ribbon - they really make the card pop.

CREATE=FUN said...

just beautiful, i love all your flower cards.

Nancy Riley said...

Holy smokes! It's gorgeous!

carol h said...

Another beauty. I'm beginning to like that big flower!!!

Joanne Travis said...

This is so fabulous!!!!!!!

Marilyn Goodrich said...

Just gorgeous! Love the dimension of the flower and of course the fabulous Urban Garden DSP (I can't get enough of that stuff!). I found your blog through Splitcoast and have added you to my blog roll!

Jackie said...

OK, you can stop using that set at anytime now LOL! I do really like it now....your work is so beautiful Vicki...tfs!!!

Michelle said...

Great card! I love the blue and green combo! Today is a snow day so I might get in my room to play! This color combo is on my list! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Sharon said...

Love how you built up the flower. The blues & green look super together.