6/04/2007

Office Prints

I made myself stamp something tonight to try and get back in the groove! Here is what I came up with:


My inspiration came from the SCS Card Sketch Challenge 126 and the strips of the Palette O'Prints paper that are still laying on my floor from the swap awhile back! There is a new sketch each week on SCS, so go check them out if you need layout ideas! I thought this was a great layout for all the strips I have. I used the flowers from the Office Accoutrement set in the Spring Mini, along with the dotted flower & thank you verse from Simply Said. I had put that set away since I've used it so much lately, but it made it's way back out! The colors are Elegant Eggplant, Certainly Celery & Apricot Appeal. I LOVE that we have all these GREAT coordinating accessories! It's super easy to put things together!

Thanks for stopping by! I appreciate all of you coming by, even when I go so long without posting! I always have good intentions, but sometimes don't make it happen. I had to go looking for layout inspiration tonight and I feel better now that I've done something. I'm getting NEW RUBBER tomorrow-my preorder goodies will arrive! But, we have baseball so it may be a few days before I post anything. Later!

3 comments:

diane mcvey said...

I love seeing a new card, and it's really pretty! Love all the colors, and the layout is great, too! I finished my project, so hopefully I can play with some card making this week, too! Have fun with your new stamps! Mine shipped, but won't be here 'til late in the week :(

Anonymous said...

i really like this. it's a neat layout and very nice colors. i stole part of the design for making some gift bags. you won't be able to tell because it looks nothing like this card...but some of the elements are there. so, thanks! :)

shala

Anonymous said...

Love the new card! Still can't believe that you actually have TIME to get around to posting several times per week! Congrats on finding your stamping mojo! Mine seems to have gone MIA! Hopefully I'll get it back before too long!

Anne S