Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Try Stampin' On Tuesday #37

I hope you enjoyed the posts from the weekend.  We took a trip to Florida so I was away and didn't stamp for a whole 4 days!   I was ready to get back in my room and create today, especially since I got some new goodies yesterday!   I decided to try a new challenge today, the Try Stampin' On Tuesday challenge!   It was a very fun sketch to work with and I loved how my card turned out.    Bright Hopes is such an awesome set!  Do you have it yet?  :o)

The beaches of Florida were amazing, so I thought I should share a picture.  :)   Our friends got married on the beach at Navarre and it was just gorgeous there.    This picture was taken in Pensacola; we decided to stay there at a neat little bed-and-breakfast.   It was a nice trip and we stayed busy for the few days we were there.   I would love to go back someday and do a bit more exploring of the area.

Stamps:  Bright Hopes, Woodgrain background
Ink:  Garden Green, Real Red, Crumb Cake
Paper:  Garden Green, Real Red, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Neutrals DSP stack
Tools/Accessories:  Big Shot, Vintage Wallpaper and Stripes embossing folders, basic pearls, white baker's twine, Brights buttons, sponges, paper snips, Dotted Scallop Ribbon border punch


  1. Lovely card, divine beach photo! Looks like a postcard! Glad you had fun, I like staying in B&Bs.

  2. Beautiful card! I love Bright Hopes too, and it will be the set that I am using this year for my Christmas cards:) Glad you had a great trip and I am so glad that you joined us this week at TST!

  3. Love what you have done with the Sketch! I did not get that set and now I am thinking hmmmmmm Thanks for playing along at TST

  4. Wow!! What a beautiful xmas card!! Thanks for playing along at TST

  5. Great Christmas card! Love all the texture! Well done! Thanks for playing along with us over at Try Stampin:-)

  6. I really like your Christmas card. You did a great job with the sketch.

  7. Oh my gosh...what a clean and simple beauty!


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