Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Forever flowers....

Good Morning!! It is such a pretty spring day today! Way to pretty to be at work or even indoors. We have had so much rain my yard is a total mess! We will definitely be working in the yard the next couple of days :-)
Anyway, I can't remember where I seen this sketch...probably splitcoast! At first I thought this was a pretty neat sketch, but when I went to put the card together I struggled with it! It just seemed a bit bare until I wheeled forever flowers across the bottom of the card. I just love this wheel and stamp set, Together Forever. I may have never bought this set if it wasn't for one of my best friends getting married!! (Hey Nettie!!) For the life of me I cannot remember the name of the Designer Paper I used! LOL I know it is retired....arrrgggg.....sorry, it is terrible getting old! LOL
I wanted to thank everyone for the wonderful emails about the Carousel Pouches!! Stay tuned...I will be posting my first tutorial on how to make these!! Yeahhh!! I am a bit nervous, so just bare with me :-) I hope to have it posted this Thursday!! I will also be giving away a couple of them (of course, filled with treats!!) so make sure you check back!!
One final note...Stampin' Up is finally ready to accept credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Discover) starting tomorrow afternoon!! Yeah!!! So anyone who would like to place a order, just let me know and it will be shipped directly to you!!

Blessings
Vickie

Recipe:
Stamps: Together Forever, Forever Flowers Wheel, All Holidays
Paper: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Natural Cream, Designer Paper (retired)
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Wide Old Olive grosgrain ribbon, gemstones, Nestablilities

5 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

what a pretty card.

beate said...

Beautiful card, Vickie! I love that layout, the colors and the set you used.
Hugs and smiles

Erin... said...

ooh this is gorgeous!

theysaywordscanbleed said...

that is a gorgeous card!

Arlene,
Bainbridge Island flowers

Tess said...

Pretty!! I want this stamp set also. Love the colors. Great job. I am looking forward to your tutorial.