My name, Karin, was pretty common when I was growing up...just not the spelling. Unless you are of German heritage like I am. So, I have spent my entire life answering the question, "What is your name"?... With, "Karin...with an "i"! Who knew it would come in handy all these years later when I went to name my blog.

Monday, May 31, 2010


Happy Memorial Day!

My Grafico is having a sale today...30% off!  Today is the day you could pick up the set you've been wanting from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Graduation Time

This is my second post today.  Scroll down to see the most current I Love Digi Challenge...You won't want to miss it!

Happy Thursday All! 

I thought I would work on some graduation cards, since it's that time of year.  Lindsay's Stamp Stuff has this set named School Rules and I used the image of the diploma from it for my card.  It also has a cute sentiment included too, so I incorporated that on my card as well.  This makes a great graduation card for a guy :)The background paper is also from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. It comes in a digital paper pack, so after you download it, you can print them out time and time again!  It's called School Papers, and it's such a useful thing for this time of year. I can see it on cards, teacher gifts, invites, favors.....Stop by Lindsay's blog to see what surprise she has for you this week and the rest of the Design Team as great ideas too.  Thanks for the visit! 

Challenges this card is linked to are as follows:
Sew Many Challenges-Anything Goes
Dare U 2 Digi Stamp-One for the Boys
Tuesday Throwdown-Stamp you can Color
Tuesday Taggers-Man's World
Cute Daisy Mae-As you Like It
A Spoonful of Sugar-Celebrations
Details not listed above-Paper: Georgia Pacific, The Paper Company, Dies: PTI, Stamps: PTI, Markers: Copic, Bic, Corner rounder.

For My Dad Challenge

Hello Everyone!

It's time for another challenge at I Love Digi! Our sponsor with a fab prize this week is The Secret Crafter. This weeks prize is money to spend in the shop, cool eh? Well, needless to say, anytime the challenge is male oriented, it's always a challege for me. I especially have very few guy themed digis, so I had to put on my thinking cap for this one.

The images that are objects come from the set Hope, Popcorn & Wine, from Amber Ink. If you love what you see, go to Amber Ink, because this set is...wait for it...FREE! Unbelieveably cool.

The sentiment is also a digi from the set Father's Day by Kelly Medina at My Grafico. I kept it no frills and minimal because of the whole guy thing. Hard for me, because I just want to add a button, brad or rhinestone somewhere!

You can see the rest of the design team ideas at the I Love Digi blog or by visiting them below! Thanks for dropping by today :)



The challenges this card is linked to are as follows:
Dare U 2 Digi Stamp-One for the Boys
Tuesday Throwdown-Stamp You Can Color
Tuesday Taggers- Man's World
AI Factory-Squares

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, K & Company, Georgia Pacific, Markers: Bic Mark its, Punches: EK Success

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Inspired by Challenge

Hi Everyone!

The My Grafico Challenge has an inspiration challenge for you this week. Here is our inspiration piece...How will you be inspired by this? We would love to know! Link up your creation that uses a My Grafico image in the Challenge Thread in the My Grafico Ning community and you could win the set In the Army by JW Illustrations. Here is my card to get you going in the right direction.

I took the maroon from medal #1 and the look of medal #5 was on my patterned paper.

These are the other challenges this card is linked to:
Sew Many Challenges-Anything Goes
Dare U 2 Digi Stamp-One for the Boys
Tuesday Throwdown-A Stamp You Can Color
Tuesday Taggers-Man's World

Thanks for visiting me today and check out the challenge thread for more inspiration from the entire design team!

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, Karen Foster Design, Georgia Pacific, Ink:Versamark, Chalk: Stampin' Up, Clear Embossing Powder: JoAnn's, Stamps: Inkadinkado, Nesties, Brads and twine from my supplies

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

This and That

Good Morning everyone!

I have been busy with random stuff, so here are some bits and pieces from my life.

1. Went to see the movie Babies.
2. Did yard work all day yesterday.
3. The city is currently working on fixing our street, so it's really noisy outside.
4. My mother-in-law is on what I consider continuous improvement with regarding her fractured back.
5. My neighbor hit a deer.  They are ok.  The car is not.
6. Ate at the Treehugger Cafe. Yum!
7. I'm waiting for the sprinkler system guy to show up at my house today.
8. I'm impatiently waiting for the new season of Mad Men to start.
9. In the mean time, I'm watching the second season of Thirtysomething.  Remember that show?
10. Currently reading Pillars of the Earth.  It's almost 1000 pages.  I'm on page 600.
11. Took a break from reading about the Middle Ages in Pillars and just finished The Help.  Loved it.
12.  Another neighbor brought back my mason jar filled with these lovely peonies from her yard.
Finally, here is a simple get well card I made using up these crummy, generic band aids that don't stick to your finger. 
This is linked to the following challenges:

Thanks for dropping by... Hope your having a good week!

Details- Paper: The Paper Company, Stamps: PTI, Printworks, Ink: Stampin' Up!, Corner rounder

Sunday, May 23, 2010


Hi Everyone!

My card today was made with one of the photo realistic stamps carried by Scrolls Work.  These are very cool and unique stamps.  There are also may different ones to choose from and perfect for those vintage and collage projects that are so popular.  Also, Scrolls Work stamps are very deeply etched red rubber, and stamp clear impressions time after time.  Not to mention, VERY affordable!

I chose to pair her with one of my favorite stamps from Scrolls Work, Eiffel #2001.  I also used the Kit 2 large round  #2538 filigree stamp to frame my card and added the sentiment from Charming Girly Quips #1462.  The background was made using a brayer and sponging.  If you can't see it in the photo, I added a rhinestone to the little bow in her hair :) Thanks for stopping in to visit today and this card is linked to The City Crafter Challenge Blog where the theme is Paris!

P.S. Scrolls Work has reached the milestone of 100 followers.  In honor of this you have a chance to win FREE STAMPS!  Just Click Here!

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, Ink: Versafine, Stampin' Up!, and Copics

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Talk to the Paw

Hi Everyone! 
I'm so glad it's the weekend!  I've had a busy few weeks, so I hope things will get back to normal soon...eek! 

Today I'm sharing a card I made using some new stamps I received from DRS Designs.  I will officially start contributing to the DRS Blog in June, but the stamps are so cute, I couldn't resist making something for the cute and girly challenge at A Spoonful of Sugar Blog, where DRS Designs is this weeks sponsor. 

I used the paw stamp (#A1006) to make my own background, this great cat stamp (Purr fectly Comforable #L815) for the focal image, and the Talk to the Paw sentiment that fits so well. (#D041) She is definitely cute (well, maybe a bit sexy...LOL) and girly!  I was able to use some Flower Soft that I received from my blogging friend Cheryl on her fluffy parts.  I also cut her out and put her up on pop dots.  Sorry, I should have taken a side view shot, but you can see it if you look at the bottom left leg of the sofa :)

Thanks for peeking in today, and see ya soon!

Other challenges that this card is linked to are as follows:
Magical Crafts-Black, White plus one color
Ooo-la-la-Bright and Cheerful
Stamp with Sara Kay-Flower Power
YNS Challenge-Cut it Out & Pop it Up

Details not listed above: Paper: The Paper Company, Ink: Stampin' Up!, Memento, Markers: Copic, Nesties, Punches: McGill, Stampin' Up!, Pearls ribbon and felt flower from my supplies.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Better Late Than Never...

Hi All,

It's Thursday and that means the team from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff has some great ideas for you.

I'm using the Vintage Alice Printables  for the very first time. I thought this image would be perfect for a very specific kind of bithday card. The kind you have to send when, whoops! You forgot to send one! I colored the image with chalks for a soft look, and then paired it with bold, graphic and modern looking papers. I really like the contrast between the two. The sentiment outside...

and inside is a traditional stamp.

Thanks for dropping by! Remember to visit Lindsay's blog to see what kind of surprise she has for you, as well as the rest of the design team.

Lindsay (Owner and Designer)

Cheryl (DT Coordinator)








Thanks for visiting.  Hope your week is going well.  Try and squeeze in a little time for something fun!
Details not listed above-Paper: Bazzil, Georgia Pacific, Basic Grey, Chalk: Stampin' Up, Stamps: Studio G, Nesties and ribbon from my supplies.

Challenges for this card are as follows:
Crafty Cardmakers-Inside Out
Crazy Challenge-Something New
Stamp Scrap and Doodle-Masculine
Our Creative Corner-Masculine B-Day

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

My Grafico Sketch Challenge Time

Hey Everyone!

Who is up for a sketch challenge this week? Here is the sketch that we are using this week at the My Grafico Challenge Blog. All you have to do to enter, is use this sketch and an image from My Grafico (freebies allowed) and you will be elegible to win the set from Zenwaredesigns called Dinosaur Stamps.

Ready? Here is today's sketch... And here is my little piece of inspiration. The little dinosaur was both colored and paper pieced and I added the twine for some texture and to look like a swinging vine!
Thanks for dropping by, my dine-o-mite friends! If you want some more ideas, they are all at the My Grafico Challenge Blog right now :)
Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, and unknown source, Nesties, Copics, Cuttlebug folder, Ink:Stampin' Up!, buttons and twine from my supplies.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Birthday Tea

Hi and Happy Monday!

I'm really happy to participate in the blog "waltz" at Waltzing Mouse Stamps, where the theme is "Birthday". I finally ordered some stamps earlier this month, since there was a free shipping special. A sucker yes, but a happy sucker I am. The stamps are pretty fabulous.

I purchased a couple of stamp sets that coordinate with my Nestabilities dies, and one set of Tea sentiments. The set however, has this lovely tea cup image. Lookie...

Isn't she dainty? I paper pieced the cup and added a little accent with my white gel pen.

Here is a close up of the sparkle I added to the steam. I couldn't resist.

Well, this will be going off in the mail at the end of the month. I'm safe posting this, I'm sure the lady that this is going to, doesn't read my little blog :)
Thanks for the visit and have a happy day!

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, Cosmo Cricket, Punches: Stampin' Up, Stamps: PTI, Ink: Versafine, Stampin' Up, Nesties, Corner rounder, ribbon from my supplies.
These are the challenges this card is linked to:
Meljens-Flowers, Blooms

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Cartoon Kitty

Hi !

Today's card was made using a couple of cute stamps from Scrolls Work. I love this little cartoon cat called Pickles (Stamp#3513) His smiling face is adorable!

If you are a cat lover, I know you can relate to the funny quip (Taste #1010) that I attached along side this image. Everyone knows how finicky a cat can be :)

I also made this card with the current challenge at The Sisterhood of Crafters in mind. It's called "You Crack Me Up".
Thanks for visiting me and have a great start to the weekend.

Details-Paper:The Paper Company, Georgia Pacific, DCWV, Ink: Memento, Markers: Sugarloaf, Nesties, Prima flowers, brad from my supplies.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Best Fishes

Hi Everyone!

Happy Friday! Are you looking forward to the weekend? I am, and here's hoping the weather around this town of mine is better than this past week. Lots of rain and just plain cold lately. April sure was nicer than May for us.

With all the sketches you can find out on the Internet, you would think I wouldn't waste my valuable stamping dollars on a magazine with sketches in it, but what can I say? I did. It's Papercrafts, Go To Sketches and it was worth every over priced penny I paid...LOL! This is where I got this card idea from.

I used Scrolls Work Stamps for this card, specifically Fish 2 #5012. I stamped the fish, cut them out with a circle punch and simply colored them each a color from the rainbow. The sentiment was computer generated, and I like that this card could be used for any number of occasions and is not gender specific.

I love that they extend over the top of the card. That part was my idea ;-) I also pulled out a neglected embossing plate that has waves on it. Yay!

Thanks for visiting me and my easy peasy card today...Have a good one!

Challenges for this card are as follows:
Practical Scrappers-Punches
Sisterhood of Scrap-Embossing
Lexi's Creations-Animals
Crafty Calender-Great Outdoors
Crafty Ann's-Anything Goes

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, Georgia Pacific, Ink: Versafine; Markers: Bic Mark-its, Punches: Stampin' Up!, Embossing Plate: Fiskars.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Shape Card

This is my second post today...Please scroll down for the current I Love Digi challenge. You won't be disappointed, it uses an image from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff!

Hi again!

This is the Patriotic Collection of stamps the image I'm using today came from. My card isn't patriotic, so it just goes to show you the versatility of the stamps from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff!

I fell in love with this pocket and knew I wanted to pair it up with a traditional stamp about friendship that I have in my collection.

This week I chose to make a shaped card, and this paper pieced pocket was perfect for this circle.

I used 2 brads as the rivets and roughed up the edges of my card with the edge of my scissors.

A close up of the sentiment...(I love that the word blue is actually blue...lol!)

I also used a traditional stamp for the little pocket flag. That was an add on, when I realized the card was missing something. I literally woke up in the night with this thought! Ya know your in deep, when you dream about paper crafts!

Stop by the rest of the design team blogs by clicking below. They always have some great ideas and Lindsay's blog always has a great surprise too!

Lindsay (Owner and Designer)

Cheryl (DT Coordinator)

The challenges this card is linked to are: Crafty Cardmakers - distressing, Crafty Ann's and Dare U 2 Digi Stamp-Anything Goes

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, Georgia Pacific, Ink: Stampin' Up!, Markers: Marvy, Punches: Marvy, Circle cutting tool: Creative Memories, Traditional Stamps: Stampin' Up!, Inique Boutique, ribbon and brads from my supplies.

Charming Challenge

Hello Crafty Peoples,

Our sponsor this week at I Love Digi is Sew Many Cards and your prize is 5 digi images! However, you must play along in order to win...
Today's challenge at I Love Digi is a fun one! Can you guess from the title of my post what it might be? Use a charm! I think this might be a first for me...lol. When I saw this cute little cupcake, I knew I wanted to use this cutie pie cupcake from Linday's Stamp Stuff set Love Grows Here. I simply copied it to make three in a row and then printed it out and colored it. The sentiment was a stamp which I cut into separate pieces and then ran the edges on an ink pad.

I hope you are up for the challenge and if you would like to be "charmed" by the rest of the design team, you can visit their blogs by clicking below!

Details not listed above-Ink: Stampin' Up, Markers: Bic Mark its, Marvy, Paper: Basic Grey, The Paper Company, Nesties, Stamps: Hero Arts, PTI, ribbon and charm from my supplies.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Bling Bling!

Hey Everyone,

Are you ready for a fun challenge? Dust off your bottles of stickles and grab your rhinestones, because this week is all about bling! Use an image from My Grafico and play along with us this week. The design team is using Prom Night elements by Cupcake Cutiees on their "blinged up" projects this week, and this great set could be yours, if you play along.
I chose to use the dress element from the set above and added some rhinestones to the waist, and glitter to the top and hem. (If you are wondering how I got the cool pattern effect on the dress, it was a goof. My printer was running out of ink...LOL! I changed the cartridge and printed it again, but I liked this one better. Love it when stuff works out...wink!) I also added some clear gems to the center of the flowers on the background paper. In real life the flowers have a fuzzy feel to them and add a great bit of texture to the card.
Thanks for dropping by today and visit the My Grafico Challenge Blog for the rest of the design team creations and to link up your card and play along!

Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, DCWV, Nesties and rhinestones from my supplies.
Challenges that this card is linked to are as follows:
Cute Daisy May-As You Like It
Papertake Weekly-Shiny, Sparkly and Special

Monday, May 10, 2010

Exciting News

Good Monday Morning!

I hope everyone had a great Mother's Day yesterday. We got to get together on Saturday night with my mother-in-law to celebrate the day, because we had Indians tickets for Sunday afternoon. My husband was going to take her, (she is a huge fan) but with her recent back issues, I was the default person. Thank goodness the rain moved out, and we has sun and clouds, but boy was it chilly in the wind!

There was a lot of extra activity at the ball park for the holiday, as well as special things for children. I wasn't clear on who all the extra mascots were (some from minor league teams around here), but here is Slider dancing with his mom to "Shake Your Groove Thing!" I even got some slippers with Sliders big head on them, as part of a free give away. Not sure how often I'll be sportin' those babies...LOL! No card from me today, but I'm excited to announce that I have been named to the DRS designs design team. Yay! I'm thrilled to be part of a group of talented ladies and if you stop by the store you will see their fantastic product line.

I can't wait to get started, but until then, you can check out the DRS designs blog for lots of crafty goodness using DRS stamps!

Thanks for the visit and c u soon ;)

P.S. For those who have prayed for my mother in law, there is news, both good and bad. Bad being, her back is fractured. Good news is we know what is wrong and are hopefully on
the right path for her to heal properly. There are lots more appointments this week, as well as trying to get in with a neurologist, so if you want to continue to pray, that would be great. I am thankful for her cheerful spirit throughout all of this.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Chairs for Challenges

Happy Sunday Everyone!

I just adore this new set from PTI containing a ton of chair images...So cute and useful! I made this quick, square shaped card for two challenges. A Passion for Papertrey has a friendship challenge, and Moxie Fab has a chair challenge. Two birds, one stone thing.

Thanks for peeking in today and Happy Mother's Day to all you Moms out there...Moms are awesome!

Details- Paper: Georgia Pacific, Ink: Versafine, Stampin' Up, Punch: McGill, rhinestone from my supplies.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Mojo Father's Day Card


It has been forever since I followed the Mojo Monday sketch, so I decided to use it for inspiration for my Father's Day card using my new stamps from Scrolls Work. For this card, I broke out my sea shells stamps (Shells #5008) and created the background panel by using inks in neutral tones.

I think the sentiment (Father #1037) is the perfect thing for Father's Day. It's so sweet and true :)

Here are the challenges this card is linked to:
Gingersnap Creations-Kraft
Incy Wincy-Anything Goes
Cute Card Thursday- Boys to Men

Be sure to stop by the Scrolls Work blog. You will find there are lots of card ideas by the design team, as well as contests for free stamps!

Details not listed above: Ink: Stampin' Up, Paper: The Paper Company, Cuttlebug folder, rhinestones from my supplies.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Floral Friendship

Hi Cyber and Real Life friends,

So, a couple of quick personal stories. I mentioned we went to my cousin's on last Sunday for a get together. Well, while we were there we had one of the most expensive cups of coffee in the world. Seriously. Jay, (my cousin) travels for business, and spent a lot of time in Asia. This was given to him as a gift and he made it for us. It is approx. $500.00 a pound and people pay up to $50.00 a cup for it! If you think that's amazing, read about what makes it so special here. (If you saw the movie, The Bucket List, you may already know about it. I heard someone say this was one of the things on the list.) Yes, I drank it and it was kinda good. Ha! It definitely tops Sushi, Ethiopian food, Escargot, etc., all he "normal" stuff we think of as exotic. I'm still laughing about it almost a week later!

The second thing that happened to me it this. For those of you that don't know, ever since my mom passed away, I have been doing my daily walk with my dad. We walk about an hour, approx 3.5-4 miles every morning. He shows up at my house at 6:45am (there must be some special prize in heaven for this :)) everyday. Except in the winter, which is when I meet him (at that same unholy hour) at the rec center. Well, going to the rec you make "friends" with people who you say hello to and make small talk with. Since the weather has been nice, we have moved the walks outside. (Thank goodness, the whole walking in a circle on the track makes me crazy after a while...) Anyway, at the grocery store this week, I hear a small voice, "Karin?" I turn around and sure enough, it's a couple from the rec. "Hey, it's so nice to see you," I say. " We don't see anyone now that we walk outside."

"Well," says Bruce, "We hardly recognized you! You're all dressed up. You look so nice!" He seemed genuinely shocked.

Mind you, I'm wearing jeans and a jean jacket. Hardly haute couture.

"Well," I say, "This is what I look like in my everyday life. You see me in my rec center life, where I'm lucky to have washed my face and brushed my teeth."

"You sure clean up good," he says!

This is not the first time I've heard this type of phrasing about my appearance. It's the same thing from the neighbors when I run into them out somewhere. They are used to seeing me in yard work clothes, so it's the same type of thing.

So, should I get up earlier and fix my face before I work out or do manual labor? I'm starting to think me with out make up is not a good thing! LOL!

Well, on to the crafty business. My card today was made using stamps from Scrolls Work. I used the sentiment Distant Friend #1639, the music notes called Sheet Music #7401 and Small Skeleton Leaf #4532.

The flowers were made using left over crepe paper and a flower die. After securing them with a brad, I ran them across an ink pad to give them some color. Super pretty!

I love the whole shabby chic look of this card, and these stamps were the perfect things to bring this to life.

Thanks for you visit, and if you read my personal stories, thanks even more! Hope your weekend is filled with all kinds of happy!

Her are the challenges this card is linked to:

Creative Card Crew-April Showers bring May flowers

Tuesday Taggers-Recycle (Crepe paper for me)

Forever Friends-Flowers and Nature
Paper Popsicles-Buttons

Details not listed above- Ink: Stampin' Up!, Paper: The Paper Company, Markers: Copic, Punch: Marvy, Ribbon, button and brad from my supplies.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Fancy Flowers for Mom

Hi Friends!

Today is the day that the entire Lindsay's Stamp Stuff team is posting their Mother's Day creations for you. Remember, from now on, I will be bringing you my weekly Lindsay's Stamp Stuff posts on Thursday's from here on out :)

I chose to use what might be one of my favorite LSS images from the set Fancy Flowers. It seemed perfect for the card I was making for my Mother's Day card for my mother- in-law. It also uses a freebie sentiment from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff called Lovely Tickets.

I used this paper on my post earlier this week and combined it with a traditional flourish stamp for embellishment on the solid card base.

The rest of the team has lots of new ideas too, so stop by the team blogs by clicking below.

Lindsay (Owner & Designer) Visit her blog for a freebie today!
Cheryl (Coordinator)

Here are the challenges this card is linked to:

Creative Card Crew-April showers bring May flowers
Forever Friends-Flowers and Nature
Kaboodle Doodle-Celebrate Spring
Pink Elephant- Mommy I Love You
Totally Stampalicious-Flower Power

Thanks ever so much for the visit today...If you think about it, say a prayer for my Mom in law, she is having severe back issues and we are trying to help her deal with them. Pray for wisdom for the doctors as they continue to evaluate her.

Details not listed above- Paper: The Paper Company, Georgia Pacific, Unknown source, Markers: Copic, Bic Mark its, Punches: Stampin' Up!, Nesties, Stickles, Chalk: Stampin' Up, ribbon and rhinestones from my supplies.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Mother's Day Sketch Challenge

Hi Everyone!

Today I have another sketch challenge from the My Grafico challenge blog. The stamp set that the design team is using in the challenge is Roses and Posies by Sarah Paris. If you would like to win this set of flower images, use your My Grafico stamps and play along! Here is the sketch to follow...

And my card :)
Visit the My Grafico challenge blog for more inspiration and to link up your card to win!
Challenges that this card is linked to are as follows:
Double Dutch -Mum's the word
Have a great day and thanks for visiting.
Details not listed above-Stamps: Scrolls Work, Paper: The Paper Company and unknown source, Markers: Copic, Chalk: Stampin' Up!, Punches: McGill, Nesties, ribbon from my supplies.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Anniversary Card

Good Monday Morning all!

How was your weekend? Mine was good and busy! The weather was warm and wonderful on Friday, so we had our first cookout over at a friends house. A little taste of summertime... YES!

Then of course we had the Kentucky Derby and Lebron and the Cavs playing on Saturday night, my nieces 17th birthday and a brunch at my cousins on Sunday. Action packed :) We will also have lots of graduations coming up in the next couple of months...it's that time of year.

I have some changes taking place this week, all good though. The Lindsay's Stamp Stuff design team will be posting on Thursdays from now on. I was part of the new team brought on to showcase her stamps, and we newer gals are merging with the original ones who have been posting on Thursdays, so that just means more creative ideas for you, each and every week.

I mentioned the virtual crop we had a few weeks back and this is an anniversary card I made for one of the challenges. My best friend Kim and her husband Dean celebrated their 16th anniversary on April 30th and I sent this to them. Now that they have it, I can show you :) It uses the flower flourish image from the set Teariffic and I thought it paired well with the flowered paper with the flourishes on it. The image is colored with my limited assortment of copic markers.

Well, that's it for me folks. Don't forget to stop back to see what the entire Lindsay's Stamp Stuff design team has in store for you on Thursday.

F.Y.I.-Don't forget the I Love Digi challenge is still going on...It's make a thank you card.

Here are the challenges the above card is linked to:
Charisma Cards-Girly Creation
Creative Crafts-Bloomin Marvelous
Dare U 2 Digi Stamp-Flowers
Digi Doodle-Anything Goes
Your Next Stamp-Going Dotty

Thanks for the visit.

Here are the deets not listed above- Paper: The Paper Company, Cosmo Cricket and unknown source, Stamps: PTI, Punch: Stampin' Up!, ribbon from my supplies.
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