Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Think Spring and it will come. . .

We just received more snow Sunday evening and as much as I am a proud supporter of snow, I must admit that I am sick of the white stuff. I thought if I made a card with a "springy" theme, then I could make the winter doldrums go away. At least in my mind. . .

I am playing along with Pals Paper Arts Challenge #29. This week it's a sketch challenge. I thought I would use this card for my club this weekend. I absolutely adore Stampin' Up's Rich Razzleberry. So pretty with the Old Olive. The butterflies just scream "SPRING!" I love this new embosslit die. Very quick and easy. Just take a scrap of your favorite color, run it through the Big Shot and presto, beautiful butterflies.

I hope you are finding peace and warmth where ever you may be. Toodle-oo!


What did I use:

Stamps: Kindred Spirits
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Paper: Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, Orchid Opulence and Cottage Wall DSP
Accessories: 5/8" Old Olive Grosgrain ribbon, glue dots, and halfback pearl
Tools: Scallop Trim Border punch
Big Shot Stuff: Stampin' Up Backgrounds 1, Top Note, and Beautiful Wings
Technique: nothing special

All products are from Stampin' Up


  1. Love the pop of white with the Rich Razzleberry! I love the ribbon treatment, too! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

  2. Wonderful spring look to your card for sure - the white is a great accent! Thanks for playing at PPA!