I really like the flowers that this Blossom Punch paces! 2 are layered here and then I snipped into each petal twice!
sorry the pic is a bit blurry...
Stamps: Petite Pairs
Paper: Daffodil Delight, First edition, Basic Black, Very vanilla
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Tasteful trim die, Blossom punch, Blossom Bouquet Triple Layer flower punch, black button.
Just a few simple cards using the Sunflower Stamp. VERY, VERY, VERY Pretty!!!
Stamps: Sunflower, On Your Birthday, Sincere Salutations
Paper: Daffodil Delight, Chocolate chip
Ink:chocolate chip, daffodil delight, more mustard (for the flower edges, applied with a sponge dauber)
TIP: Edgelits work best with a set of Brand new cutting plates. if your cutting plates are warped form lots of use, perfect positioning will be harder.
To make the Wrap: 8.5 x 5.5 -two pieces. Score one short side at 1 inch then turn and trim the other edge with the edge lit. repeat on 2nd piece. adhere the 2 piece together by overlapping the scored sections.
Option 1: 6 x 12 piece of card stock. With the short side at the top of your scoring tool, score at 1", turn and score at 1", 5.5, 6.5, 11
Option 2: two pieces of 6 x 6.75 card stock. with the short side at the top of your scoring tool, score at 1", turn and score at 1 and 5.75, repeat on 2nd piece and fit the 2 pieces together to form the box.
Stamps: Everybunny (so cute)
Paper: crumb cake, Spiece cake (retired)
Ink: Black, soft suede, pool party pretty in pink
Accessories: Aqua painter, crumb cake seam binding
NSR: (non stamping related)
Last weekend was the Junior Olympics for my son. How did it go you ask? Well, Junior olympics went as well as could be expected with a 3" hole in his elbow and bronchitis. That was 2 Trips to Urgent care in 1 week, all the week of the meet. He fell on the playground the day before the meet. So fun to get the call from the school nurse-- thankfully no broken bones or stitches. REALLY!!!
He had 2 OK times and 2 lifetime best times. WOOHOOOO!!! He did NOT come in last, and no where near the top 10. He has a way to go and the best part of his weekend was the personalized sweatshirt with his name and events he qualified for ! LOL it cost me $75. yes $75 for a Stinkin' sweatshirt. Hey ours was cheap though, some of the other kids on the team were over $100 as they qualified in more events! He liked it, but he said is was really crowded. He is excited to qualify for the summer Junior Olympics! (thank goodness its AFTER Convention, wink!).
The only day I got a few pictures was when he swam his 400IM (4 laps of each stroke for you non-swimmers out there!)
the back of the sweatshirt
The ever so happy SWIMMER in his awesome sweatshirt!!!