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I love crafting, especially rubber stamping. Most weekends I can be found surrounded by paper, rubber stamps and ink.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Forever Friends

Happy Saturday Peeps,

We are still on the California Central Coast and today's activities include, what else, wine tasting.

Yesterday morning I had some time, while the others were working, to do some stamping, and I made cards for a few more challenges. These cards are all made with Concord & 9th stamps because when I packed up my supplies to come last week, I grabbed that bin of stamps.

This card is inspired by both the Inspired By. . . Challenge, and by this week's Color Throwdown Challenge.

For the background, I used the new Concord & 9th Gingham background stamp. Man oh man it was fun! (You'll see it on another card that I'll post later). The light blue ink is one of the new SU In-color shades. The rest of the ink are all Gina K cubes because they are easy to pack.

After making the background, I stamped the flowers from the new Concord & 9th flower set in light and dark shades of poppy and cut them out with the set dies. The circle is a Die-namics Circle Frame die and the banner is also Die-namics.

Here is a look at the inside of the card.

I'm loving these new C&9th sets! Thanks for looking and have a nice and relaxing weekend!

Stamps: Filled In Florals set and Gingham Background set by Concord & 9th
Paper: SU Seaside Spray card stock and X-Press It Blending card stock
Ink: SU Seaside Spray and Gina K cubes in dark blue, light and dark poppy shades
Other: Filled In Florals dies, Die-namics Stitched Circle Border and Pierced Fishtail Flag dies, the Misti, the Big Shot, dimensionals


  1. Beautiful cards and a great way to highlight the throwdown colors! Thanks so much for joining us this week!

  2. This is just lovely! A wonderful take on the floral wreath as well as those gorgeous CTD colors! Thanks for playing with us this week! ALWAYS nice to see your creations!

  3. Such a pretty card! Love the colors! Thanks for playing at IB!


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