Sunday, March 30, 2014

Simon Says Stamp and PSP

     Sunday morning, already?  Wonder what I will get into, today?  Here is a card I created, yesterday, for the Simon Says Stamp (Anything Goes with Buttons) Challenge, as well as the Pixie's Snippet Playground Challenge # 118.

     Here is my supply list:

.*My card base is a piece from a huge pile of scraps given to me from a retiring SU demo.  Green???

*My designer paper is We R Memory Keepers (recess).  My friend Carol and I have been finding some great papers to share.

*On a recent play date, I was able to use the exclusive SU embossing folder that was offered during the Sale-A-Bration, which ends tomorrow. Just love this reverse side as craters.  I had to have my own and it is coming tomorrow!  It's called Decorative Dots, and is free with a certain purchase.

*Next, I borrowed and cut out a few Bread Tags, from the Chalk Talk frame- lits. They are cut out of Sweet Corn card from Gina K. Designs

*For my embellishments I used twine and buttons from Gina K. Designs, diecut leaves from SU!, printed flowers from Prima (so old), and piece of burlap with gold threads.

* My sentiment is from a Unity Stamp Co. grab bag that I won, and it is inked with a CTMH pen .

     Have a wonderful day rest of the weekend, and I appreciate your visits.


Carol L said...

AHHHHH, not only were we in the playground together this morning, we're both using shares from our paper finds! I used some great papers you shared with me on my sketch card today :) Stamping with a pal is really fun, especially when you can share with a friend! This tag looks awesome with the flowers and buttons, and I never could have visualized this diecut being used this way! I love it! Love the reverse embossing too!

jimlynn said...

The tag is wonderful looking in front of that patterned paper and love the embossing folder you used on it too. Great way to use the snippet of burlap and those cute flowers.
Very nice!

Colleen said...

Mary Anne,
How fun you got to play with someone. Love the bread tag and those pretty flowers. Great use of the burlap too.

Laura Sterckx said...

This card is so pretty! The color scheme is lovely and the flowers look gorgeous, too! The buttons in the center of them are amazing! Thank you so much for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog!

Donna Hanley said...

This came out great and it is especially nice to hear about your paper finds with Carol and your gift of papers from your SU demo. Wonderful job with this card. Another week starts already tomorrow. Can you believe it?

Di said...

Fabulous Mary Anne - I love how you combined everything so beautifully.

Sorry I'm a bit late commenting - didn't expect such a rush of little feet into the Playground yesterday!



Olga said...

very pretty, love the leaves and flowers!