Lacey Borders is stamped on Pure Luxury Jelly Bean Green in Ranger Crushed Olive Distressing Ink. I put all four of the borders on the large square block and stamped once, great background, one step!
Die cut is Spellbinders Splendid Circles. Card base is Pure Luxury Red hot and tag is Ocean Mist. You'll see scraps of this Pure Luxury red Carpet Designer paper over the next few days, I was loving it with everything! here the sweet white and aqua polka dot and diamond pattern on red was just perfect with the strawberry seeds! This photo shows Copic colors.
Next up we have Tami Mayberry's Vintage Notes. perfect for making lists of all kinds practical or fantastical very fun for shopping, to do, or cute card and scrapbooking elements.
Here I made a list of reasons "i love" my husband! After stamping out my memo page and writing my list, I free cut the i and u from Pure Luxury Back Onyx and made a heart from that red carpet scrap. The spiral clips dot the i! :) I used Kraft for the base and distressed it with Vintage Photo Ink direct to paper.
I think these little message would be perfect lunch box stuffers for my kids as well to let them know (top secret!) I'm thinking about them.* (How fun to hide some little clue lists around the house, the worn pages make me think less of "vintage" but actually my own childhood Harriet the Spy type adventures! ;) Very fun set!
Now check out all the amazing designs and inspiration from our team:
- Gina K
- Tami Mayberry - Illustrator Vintage Notes
- Theresa Momber – Illustrator Sweet Strawberries
- AJ Otto
- Carolina Buchting
- Carolyn King
- Cathy Tidwell
- Deb Felts
- Donna Baker
- Emily Giovanni
- Giovana Smith
- Jimmi Mayo
- Lee Murphy
- Lori McAree
- Melanie Muenchinger
- Michelle Woerner
- Sharon Harnist
- Suzanne Dean
- Tina Gilliland
- Vicki Dutcher
*By the way, I discovered the other day that apparently the statute of limitations on visiting my older son at lunch is up, 4th grade! I offered to bring him some fast food one day as a treat but he kept saying no thanks and I wondered is he was feeling okay? Teh kid who normally goes nuts for that rare treat would rather have a bagged lunch? Finally I figured out, slow on the uptake, "None of the moms come up to lunch in your class, do they?" "Nope, not unless the kid forgets to bring it." Oh, okay, wahh! At least William still asks all the time, and even crawls onto in my lap after he finishes eating...enjoying while it lasts!