This is a RAK card sent to someone who shall remain nameless because she hasn't received it, yet. And the way the weather has been, her letter carrier may not get it to her for another week! Yeesh, enough with the frigid temperatures, already! Think Spring. Think Spring. Think Spring. Maybe if we all concentrate hard enough, we can drive away the cold, ice, and snow, and welcome warmer, milder temperatures. Maybe? Please??? Punxsutawney Phil says so!
I really have nothing to complain about here in sunny Southern California, but I have many friends and family in harms way. If YOU are one of the many affected, please be safe; don't go out in it unless it's a life or death situation. Just stay hunkered down and ride it out.
Thank you for visiting!
Stayed tuned tomorrow for some love birds!!!
Stamps: A Flower for all Seasons, Easter Blossoms
Cardstock: Whisper White, Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz DSP, Watercolor Paper
Inks: Basic Black Classic, Cajun Craze Classic, Daffodil Delight Classic, Pear Pizzazz Classic, Soft Suede Classic, Poppy Parade Stampin' Write Marker, White Gel Pen
Accessories: Blender Pen. Scallop Rectangle Clearlits Die, Big Shot, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch, 1/8" Old Olive Taffeta Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals
What a stunning card. Whomever receives it will love it that's for sure. If they live in any snow area especially by the most recent wave of storms they will certainly appreciate it. Perfect card and perfect ray of sunshine.
So cute. I love that set and don't use often enough. Your friend will love it.ReplyDelete
In MI and snow is heavy in some places but not like in MO where my daughterr is right in the brunt of it. Be so glad you're in a sunny state. TFS
So pretty! I love the ribbon layered on that punch!ReplyDelete
Cindy this is just darling! How sweet to share a little bit of Spring today. Love how you used the Scalloped Rectangle Embosslit for your image. I don't use that one near enough.ReplyDelete
Darling is right! Just look at how that ribbon layers on the punch strip. . . . .ReplyDelete
More Sunflower love! Such a cute card, but I wish you wouldn't remind me how far off spring is....ReplyDelete
I really, really love all the cards you've done recently with A Flower for All Seasons. I love that set, but have often found myself at a loss for how to use those smaller images. Your designs have inspired me to use those stamps again. I'm new to your blog...Thank you for sharing your art and talent!ReplyDelete
Another perfect card with this set! This will surely bring a smile!ReplyDelete
A perfect "think Spring" card!ReplyDelete
So adorable. I just love how you color your images. Also, thanks for the idea to use the scallop rectangle. I keep forgetting to use it!ReplyDelete