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

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Warm Wishes for TESC124

It's Saturday and I have two of my favorite pastimes planned, stamping and watching baseball.  Of course, I have to do some chores also, but the laundry can go while I'm doing the fun things.

What will I be working on?  Well, once a month, a few of my crafty friends and I get together on a Sunday afternoon and craft.  (I think I've mentioned this group in a previous post) Tomorrow is this month's get together. Sometimes, I will plan one or two "make and takes" for the gals, and while I didn't plan anything for tomorrow, I just may surprise them.  Also, this will be the last time our youngest  crafter is with us, for quite awhile at least, as she is on her way to college in Edinburgh, Scotland. So, my first stamping priority today will be to make a "bon voyage" card for her.

For today's post, I have a fun, cheery card that I made last evening for Taylor's Friday sketch challenge, TESC 124.  This is not a size that I make often, so it was fun to do something a little different. The cups of hot cocoa are paper pieced, the cocoa is expresso dimensional pearls and the whipped cream is liquid applique.  A few randomly placed rhinestones and crinkled ribbon finish off the cheery look.

Stamps: Sprinkled With Love set by Taylored Expressions and Warm Wishes (retired) by Stampin' Up
Card stock: green and choice snow white by Taylored Expressions
Patterned paper: Christmas Mint and CC Jolly by Golly
Ink: memento tuxedo black and SU real red
Other: Die-namics Jumbo scallop die, classic circle and big scallop circle Nesties, TE red ribbon, SU sticky strip, red rhinestones, dimensional pearls in expresso, white liquid applique, the Big Shot, and SU dimensionals

I hope you all have a fab Saturday afternoon,

1 comment:

  1. YUMMY!! Those look good enough to drink right off your card! Great job on the sketch and so glad you could play along! :)


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