Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Sunday Stamper - Week 221 Tulips from Amsterdam






I was away at my caravan where my stash is rather limited so I decided to use my  Card-io stamps, Floral Wreath. I stamped the card with Floral Wreath and in a magazine I found the words  "A Place To Be". I mounted the words on green paper and glued them into the centre of the card. I backed the card with some pink paper and then gold.



The above is a close up of the card stamped with Floral Wreath. I am entering this card into Hels challenge.

7 comments:

  1. Oooh, do you know Carol, I have some tapestry stamps that I have had for 382 years and I haven't used them for about 381 years... very remiss of me because they are really special... Oh what a gorgeous card... thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper! x

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  2. Hi Carol, I love how you made a wreath from the flowers and berries, gorgeous soft colours and well done for making a beautiful card with such limited resources! Crafty hugs, Anne x

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  3. A beautifully designed piece of artwork, and such lovely colours. Really like it.

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  4. Beautiful Carol! :) I wanted to take a second to thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment about my altered journal featured during the Stamptember Blog Hop at Simon Says Stamp and Show. Your comments are much appreciated! <3 Candy

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  5. Carol, this is stunning work. I sometimes forget about the beautiful images that cardio stamps produce. Hugs Rita xx

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  6. Carol this is such a pretty card!! It's like a beautiful Laura Ashley dress (when they first started!) on a card! I'm showing my age now sorry! I've always admired those little floral cardio stamps but I don't think my style would do them justice. Gorgeous work.
    Juliaxx

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  7. I've told you over the phone but I will say it again. Beautiful card, thank you for sending it to me! Not long til I'm home again. CANNOT WAIT!

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