Friday, March 26, 2010

Time to Celebrate!



{Second post for today. Scroll down to the previous post or CLICK HERE to see if you're the winner of a $200 JustRite Shopping Spree! I had one of the hidden blog candy giveaways from Tuesday's mega blog hop - FUN}

I've been playing with some delicious new Stamper's Dream goodies and loving every minute. To start with, there's the new Queen Bee line by Pink Paislee, which as my #1 favorite from CHA. Next is the gorgeous Prima Pewter Say It In Crystals & Roses Swirl. GASP! You don't need to do much else when you have one of these! I've used the complete swirl on today's card, but you can also cut it apart into smaller pieces for more mileage. Remember the cuckoo clock card from last weekend? It's hard to believe, but today's card actually uses that very same set - Cuckoo by Hero Arts. The two cards are just crazy different. This time, I was inspired by the awesome sentiments in that set, most of which work well with or without the cuckoo clock imagery. This card uses the smaller clock face image and the sentiment "It's Time to Celebrate."



Thanks to Tosh's enabling, I recently picked up a pair of Martha Stewart Deco Shells corner and border punches at Michael's. Loving this punch! The accordian flower behind the clock was done with the Deco Shells border, as was the standard ivory border along the bottom.

Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you have a fantastic weekend!



Stamps: Cuckoo (Hero Arts)
Paper: SU Basic Black, PTI Rustic Cream, Pink Paislee Queen Bee 6x6 Pad
Ink: SU Basic Grey, Ranger Antique Linen and Pumice Stone Distress Ink
Accessories: Prima Say It In Crystals & Roses Swirl - Pewter, Spellbinders Blossom and Classic Circle Nestabilities, Martha Stewart Deco Shells border punch, sewing machine, hot glue gun
Size: 5 1/2" square

17 comments:

  1. This is amazing. I was going to say stunning but PamS took my words away. But I imagine this is the first word that comes to mind with this card. Wow!!!!

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  2. This is absolutely stunning! Such an elegant card. Absolutely beautiful details! Hugs, Rowena

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  3. WOW! Gorgeous, indeed! I love what you have done! I would have never though of putting those elements together with the Cuckoo set. Sheer genius!!!

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  4. The accordion flower is a truly genius idea! So many more possibilities for all my edgers :-))
    Stunning card, as always here!

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  5. You never cease to amaze me. I come to your blog every day and I am always, without fail, wowed by your creations!

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  6. This is totally awesome!! I love everything about this card !! So glad I was in the hop (my 1st time, lol) as I would have never seen this stunning card!! You are in my favs so I look forward to more gorgeous designs.........Take care and again thanks soooo much for sharing!! Smiles, Kay ♥

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  7. This is perfection! After seeing it a couple of times on the JustRite megahop, I had put Queen Bee on my wish list....now it's in my cart!

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  8. Girl, your creative genius is always inspirational!! Love what you've done with those papers!! And that flower *clock* is way fabulous!! LOVE it!! I'm bowing to your greatness!!

    ...oh, and glad I could help ya spend your money. *grin*

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  9. Tosh isn't the only enabler. I ordered the cuckoo clock set IMMEDIATELY after seeing it on your blog...it arrived yesterday and I'm really looking forward to inking it up. With this card you've shown me more possibilities for the set. Thanks so much!
    dmc

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  10. Oh my...what an elegant card! I love that accordian flower and all the details.

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  11. Fabulous card. Creative use of the punch for the embellishment behind the clockface. Love it!

    Hugs, Pauline x

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  12. STUNNING! I wish I had an ounce of your talent!

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  13. Gorgeous! The swirl is beautiful and love the colours you combined it with!

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  14. Gorgeous, so love the flower behind the clock, very creative and those gems are awesome! Great colors

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