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Sunday, July 19, 2009

WSC Warm Wishes

Good Sunday afternoon Peeps! Hope your weekend has been good. Yesterday I had a busy day and didn't get to post to my blog. I left the house early to be at the Farmers Market when they opened so I could get some blackberries before they where all gone. I did manage to get some, YEAH!!! and also some new potatoes, onions, cukes, and tomatoes. YUM!!!

Today's card is made with the weekend sketch challenge this week hosted by the fabulous Lori Craig.

I had noticed alot of Christmas in July cards floating around lately so I just had to join in. I used real red and whisper white cardstock. The DS is retired and is called Ski Slope. I used the fabulous Level 3 hostess set "Kind & Caring Thoughts." I really just love this set and am so mad that they have such an awesome set as a level 3 hostess set, making it pretty unattainable for many. The sentiment comes from the "Hugs & Wishes" Stamp set. I added some dazzling diamonds to the flower and some real red grosgrain ribbon.

Well, that is all for today, thanks so much for stopping by today and HAPPY STAMPING!!!



Monica Gale said...

Oh NO!!! I must be the only crafter left in the world who's not made a christmas card yet!! I love your card Vicky, that stamp set is lush!! Oh and please can you tell me what cukes are LOL? M xx

Rhonda Langley said...

I am still hoarding a little of this paper-I really need to pull it out and use it. Love how you set the flower to the side and stamped the sentiment over the stem at the bottom.

Dawn Easton said...

Fabulous, Vicki! I love that you used the image for a Christmas card!! I loved this DSP and hope that I still have some in my stash ;)
Thanks for the inspiration!

Kim Pope said...

Beautiful card. I love this set. I'm glad I have it because I know I could never earn it with a workshop.

Lois said...

Beautiful. I love this set too. Wonder when I'll ever see it again...LOL I hope soon!!!
Anyways, beautiful card!!

Marian Garcia, Studio M said...

Very, very, very nice. xo, Marian