Sending You Love Card

I cannot believe how long it’s been since I added a post on here.  I’m so sorry! I’ve had an incredibly busy month, including my writing group’s annual retreat. I had to present a workshop, and the preparation took up a lot of time.

If you follow Inspired by Stamping you may have seen that I was the lucky recipient of their latest blog prize. Three stamp sets, ribbon, lace, flowers, paper pack, and a set of nested dies.

I was thrilled to say the least.  Because I already owned one of the  stamp sets in the package, Joanna gracefully exchanged it for me.

 


The card shown above was made using the gorgeous Basket of Flowers set. I will post some more cards made with this fabulous stamp set soon!

Thanks for looking, and as always, if you want to comment, and the comment box isn’t showing, click the title of this post and it will magically appear!

 

 

 

14 thoughts on “Sending You Love Card

  1. Fabulous prize Cheryl…love what you did with this card, great colours and colouring!

  2. Looks great Cheryl, congrats on the prize win and aren’t you lucky Joanna was so nice to swap one of the prize stamp sets for one you didn’t already have. Loving the purple too!

  3. Great prize package you received and I see even though you have been out of the loop of blogging and posting cards, you have not lost your touch. It is a gorgeous work of art and I love the purples involved. So beautiful!

  4. Love the purples, Cheryl. Congrats on your win, too. And putting it to work right away was a great idea. You created a wonderful card!

  5. Thanks, Verna. That is so nice of you to say. I have to admit, I did miss making cards and posting them.

  6. Thanks Gabi! I love the purple, which is strange because I’m not really a purple kind of person!

  7. Thanks so much, Penny! I am back into making cards again, and will hopefully be posting regularly again!

  8. Well, girlfriend, you had me at the purple color! I have been having a purple obsession of late. Go figure, right? LOL
    Really nice coloring, and love the extra lacy look at the top and bottom. Nice designing, I think I may have to CASE that look.
    It would be too easy to just use a solid cardstock background.
    TFS!!!

  9. Thanks Anna! The ‘lace’ is a Martha Stewart punch. I only have a small handful of their punches, and this one is my favourite.

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