Friday, March 15, 2013

Muchas Gracias!

I couldn't resist pulling out my Spanish sentiments from Papertrey Ink for this one!!  It's using the latest sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch.

I'm also playing with CAS-ual Fridays CFC94 to use chipboard. I found this wooden cutout that I've had for AGES and didn't know what to do with! I stamped it with the same stamp I used on the pink background (from Kaiserkraft, "Just Believe"). The green "DP" is also stamped with a stamp from the same Kaiserkraft set.
The pot was stained with Aged Mahogany (Tim Holtz) and the green leaves are just colored with my Spectrum Noirs.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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  1. Stunning stamping techniques. Love the dp you have created.
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  2. Very fun! The simple shapes and fresh colours work really nicely together! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS(E) This Sketch this week!

  3. This is really sweet Red.. love the CAS layout and the wonderful flower and pot is perfect with those pretty papers ! :-))
    Big hugs
    Sue xx

  4. Beautiful card. Love the colours and how you have stamped the background...Thank you for joining us at Sweet Pea Stampers this month and hope to see you again..Good luck.
    Lozzy x

  5. beautiful! perfect combination of stamps for your homemade pattern papers! thank you for joining us at CTS ; )

  6. I really like how you stamped on the flower cutout as well :) Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Friday Challenge!

  7. this is so sweet! lovely card! thanks for joining us this week at CAS-ual Fridays! =)

  8. What a lovely card you have made. Thanks for taking part in the Sweet Pea Stampers Challenge this month of “Spring colours” and best of luck. We hope to see you back again very soon. Best wishes, Kym, Sweet Pea Stampers Design Team xxx


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