Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Spring? Really?

Hello stamping friends!

It is said that "seeing is believing," but I had a hard time with what I was seeing about an hour ago... snow!  It was coming down hard here in Sherwood, with big fat flakes that were as large as any I've ever seen here in Oregon.  Of course it didn't stick, but still... snow??  I thought we were well past that kind of thing.  After all, Spring officially starts on March 20th.  That's the thing about weather in Oregon... it is always unpredictable and always offers a safe topic of conversation.

I've got a pretty card for you today that was made by one of my amazing downline members, Kathy Milano.  Kathy's cards are always well-designed and well executed and this one is no exception.  You could vary the sentiment on this card and use it for tons of occasions.  Take a look...

Here's what Kathy used to create this beauty:

Mixed Bunch 125537
Blessings from Heaven 123052

Elegant Eggplant Marker 105110
Melon Mambo Marker 121074
Melon Mambo Classic Pad 115656

Elegant Eggplant card stock 105126
Daffodil Delight card stock 119683
Whisper White card stock 100730
Old Olive card stock 100702

Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder 117335
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine 113439
1 3/4 inch Scallop Circle Punch 119854 (for leaves)
Blossom Punch 125603 (for large flower)
Boho Blossom Punch 119858 (for flower center)
Scallop Edge Border Punch 119882
White Baker's Twine 124262
Bitty Buttons 118761
Glue Dots 103683
Dimensionals 104430

Thanks for stopping by today!  I'll be back tomorrow with another classic card for you.  Meanwhile, let's all concentrate on thinking of sunny days, blossoming trees, and blue skies.  Perhaps if we all tune our minds to the same channel, we can bring Spring in a little faster!
Happy stamping!


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