Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Monday Night Stamping on Wednesday!

Well it's Wednesday and it can't decide if it wants to rain or snow so it's just making a big mess! I can't complain as we really need the moisture, but ....

Monday Night Stamping was a blast as usual. Sabrina was in rare form:

Isn't this gorgeous? We've been talking about playing with these inchie stamps forever and she finally made a few. I'll get there! ETA-can someone please tell me the name of this dsp from SU? I had a few stray sheets and was trying to look it up in my dsp coordinating color excel worksheet and cannot remember what it's called?

I've been coloring though:

This is the current freebie from Designed 2 Delight and it was really fun to color but I kept making the blanket too bright. I think this one works well though don't you?

I also colored up this great image from Firecracker Designs. The dsp is from PTI and the ribbon was on one of my beautiful Mother's Day gifts - a beautiful hand made tote bag and sleep mask and my card was made using the fabric from the bag. Thanks Autumn! I also got a wonderful card and beautiful flowers and chocolate with a note on the card that had me crying remembering the day I found out that I was going to be a grandma for the first time
(thanks Lorena)!

Thanks for visiting!


Design Team Coordinator:
Sentimental Sundays
Kaboodle Doodles

If you have any questions about techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous cards! Lovely designs, coloring and color choices!

LeAnne said...

Beautiful cards, Chris! BTW, the name of the paper is Raspberry Tart...I couldn't remember it either, I had to look it up!

The Rubber Maid said...

Love both cards and had to laugh at the fact you had to use purple on that blanket now didn't you???
Justin keeps me updated on the weather there and here we had 3 horrible days of rain. The sun is finally out today. Glad your Mom's day was a good one. Pat

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