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Thursday, 24 February 2011

Just For You

Shazza, one of my Stampin' Up! 'sisters' is not very well at the moment so I've made her this card to let her know I'm thinking about her. We both signed up as Demonstrators in January so are both frantically trying to build up a samples board so hopefully this will be one she can use.

I've used Melon Mambo (119980) & WhisperWhite (106549) cardstock & Melon Mambo Designer Paper (117155) from the paper stack (this is such great value for money!!)

I've made the flower using a strip of Melon Mambo paper punched down one side with the Eyelet Border punch (119853) & then run through the paper crimper (101618). I've them mounted the large & small flowers from the Vintage Vogue stamp set (117690) stamped in Melon Mambo (115656) & Rich Razzleberry (102277). The leavers are from the same set and are stamped using Old Olive (102277). The sentiment is from the Just Believe stamp set (116948) and is stamped in Old Olive (102277) and punched out using the Word Window punch (119857) then mounted on a tab made using the Scallop Trim Corner punch (118870).

I really like how this card has turned out so am off to make another one for my sample board!!.

Thanks for looking.


  1. Love your card, Sharon. Great colour combo !!

  2. I love it! I love it! I love it!
    I adore the way you've used the corner punch on just one corner!
    I love the way the leaves sit across the card.
    I can't believe the care you taken over making that delectable flower.
    You are on fire, girl! Yu must be well on the way to being SU's most inspired collaborator! xxx

  3. Love this card Sharon. The flower is fab!!
    Hugs, Vicky ~x~

  4. stunning card sharon.the flower is gorgeous and i love the leaves and colours :D

    xx coops xx

  5. Hi Sharon! You're one of my sisters then!! Welcome to SU, it's great!

    I love this card! All the colours are great and you've used one of my favourite sets too. Vintage Vogue is fab.