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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Stampin Saturday!!

Hello everyone and happy Saturday!!!! I headed into the craft room bright and early this morning to make a card for the Inspiration Challenge on Splitcoast. Stef picked a really cool site called The Bicycle Muse for us and I found inspiration in this pretty little red and white bag. I used a piece of red and cream dp from Webster's Pages Seaside Retreat collection and several stamps from Rubbernecker. The images were all stamped with Ruby Red, cutout, and attached with dimensionals. The sentiment, also from Rubbernecker, was stamped over a sea coral image that was stamped off 3 times. It was then cutout with a Nesties and layered on a Spellbinders fancy scalloped diecut. The sheer ribbon and pearls finish it off.
Recipe:
Stamps: Rubbernecker
Paper: Vanilla, PTI Pure Poppy , Webster's Pages Seaside Retreat
Ink: Ruby Red
Accessories: Pearls, Ribbon, Nestabilities, Spellbinders Dies, Dimensionals, Foam Tape, Sewing Machine

I made this card for the Queen for the Day #15 challenge hosted by Anne Ryan on Splitcoast to honor none other that the Rubbernecker DT coordinator, Kittie (kittie747)...Whoohoo!!! Have you ever seen such a fabulous gallery!!!! Kittie is such a master at creating scenes that I know I wouldn't do her justice there so I found this beautiful flower card called F4A10 May Day Flowers .
I kept the same basic layout with a few changes, the same colors, and flower stamps from Rubbernecker. I colored the stamps with Regal Rose and Old Olive markers and stamped on white cardstock. I layered the flower panel on a piece of flowered Basic Grey Porcelain paper and sewed around the edges. I used a Martha Stewart Border Punch instead of the Stampin Up! one Kittie used on her card and added the butterflies with silver pearls. This is also for this weeks challenge on the Joan's Garden Blog to use a Martha Stewart Border Punch and Corner Punch along with flowered paper. Do you see the little pink thingy at the left of the bow...that's a punched corner I made with the MS Corner Punch.
Recipe:
Stamps: Rubbernecker Florals
Paper: White, Regal Rose, Basic Grey Porcelain
Ink: Regal Rose and Old Olive Markers
Accessories: Ribbon, Martha Stewart Corner, Border, and Butterfly punches, Silver Pearls, Sewing Machine, Foam Tape

Thanks for stopping by today...hope you enjoy yor weekend!!!

14 comments:

Lynnor Goodwin said...

Fabulous cards, Joan! I love all those yummy layers on the seashell card...whoda thunk to do sea shells in red? So pretty. And the second card is so pretty!! Just a gorgeous classic creation...so elegant!!

Maria Matter said...

wow, beautiful Joan!
I really like your red/white card and how you popped the images...just gorgeous!!!

Love the flowery vine on your second card with that lush bow!!!

Hope you're enjoying the weekend!
Blessings!

tWiNkLestamper said...

Love them! Using the red and white with a 'beachy' theme is very clever!

Kimberly S said...

Wow, these are just gorgeous cards Joan! Love the layers with the red and cream combination in the first. The punched border, beautiful image, and lovely bow is amazing in the second! :)

Harriet Skelly said...

Joan both cards are gorgeous! I especially love the case of Kittie's card - that is just down right gorgeous!!

Fern said...

Beautiful cards, Joan!! Love the ribbon and pearls on the first one and the colors, punched edge, and that gorgeous ribbon on the second one... Hope the rest of your weekend is wonderful!! Hugs!!
Thanks for the sweet comment on my post of my new grand baby!! I went to see him again today and he is just soo sweet!!

debbie said...

Great job with both cards but that top shell card is Spectacular! I love everything about it!

Shawna said...

Love both these cards Joan! That monochromatic red shell card is fabulous. And how can you go wrong with a card of pink and green? You can't --- it's beautiful!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Joan these are both beautiful. I like the red and white and your framing on the first one. Your second is a little flower garden so fresh and springy.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are wonderful, Joan! I love the red/white on the first one and the wonderful border on the second.

Chrissy D said...

Gorgeous colors and design! Love the punch border!!! So pretty!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Both creations are beautiful Joan!! LOVE the red & white but the pink floral is my favorite!!

Jerri Jimenez said...

Both cards are gorgeous! The olive ribbon adds a perfect touch of color to the pink, so beautiful!

Melisa Waldorf said...

Girlfriend that is truely one of the most beautiful monochromatic cards I have ever seen. Ok, I admit my favorite color is red, but really this is wonderful!