I used this design at a 10-card class, although it was a square card on Crumb Cake card stock. I mailed that card (after all, isn't that why we make them?), so I used the extra dsp to make a couple of these on the Whisper White card stock. It's quick and easy, and uses Island Indigo ink and card stock, along a Summer Starfruit pattern in the Birds of a Feather dsp pack.
On my quest to continue shabby chic-ing (a word?) my Stampin' Studio, I picked up a free wood table a couple of weeks ago. I painted it with Martha Stewart's Sunken Pool paint, but only one coat so I didn't cover all the dents and scratches. I mean, isn't that what makes the table shabby?
I'm going upstairs to stamp now. I've finished my chores (cleaning, dishes and laundry), and I even made my own cooking spray ala Pinterest today - it's just one part Olive Oil to five parts water in a spray bottle. Shake it well before using it. It's wonderful!
Love it! LOve it! LOVE it!
I can hardly wait to see it is going to live!?!
This is beautiful, love the color combo.
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sweet card...love the colors...and the table is fantastic
Great card. I love that stamp set. Your table turned out awesome too! What a crafty lady you are Terry. Always enjoy visiting your blog.
I may just have to get this set. Love the little scalloped ovals!
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