Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Winter Post with a Sneak Peek



I've been wanting to do a project using those paper rosettes everyone has been making.  So, when I saw this week's sketch at Creating with Connie and Mary, I knew this was the time to try it out!

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Winter Post, Tiny Tags
  • Paper: *Frostwood Lodge DSP, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Early Espresso and Whisper White card stock
  • Ink: Early Espresso classic ink
  • Accessories: 3/8" Whisper White taffeta ribbon, Basic Jewel Pearls
  • Tools: Jewelry Tag punch, Itty Bitty punch pack, Circle Scissor Plus, *Simply Scored Scoring Tool

Happy Stampin',

20 comments:

  1. Lisa, this is very pretty. I am wondering how you like the scoring tool! I am still on the fence about it....polling everyone to get their opinions!!

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  2. LeAnne - I've never used a scoring tool before I got this, but I love it! It's very sturdy and so simple to use!

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  3. This is really pretty! I Love your Rosette in plaid:)
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  4. Oh Lisa, this is fantastic!! Love the plaid rosette and it's the perfect frame for those fabulous skaters. Love your take on the sketch--so glad you play along at CCMC!!

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  5. Lisa, I love the plaid feel of the card. Your use of Winter Post in this layout gives it a clean and fresh look. The rosette - fabulous! love it!
    hugs
    jaydee

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  6. Great card Lisa. The plaid paper really goes with the Winter Post and I love the rosette. Great idea.

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  7. FABULOUS Christmas card! Love your pleated circle behind your main image! Thanks for joining us this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

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  8. Those paper rosettes are SO gorgeous...the scoring tool makes it SO easy!! Love the card with that new DSP, too! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge on Create with Connie and Mary!

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  9. This is such a pretty card! I love your paper rosette! It works so great with this sketch! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  10. Clean and simple. Love the rosette. Thanks for playing the Create with Connie & Mary challenge this week!

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  11. Lisa, Love your card! (Happens to be one of my favorite stamps.) You have been busy! Keep it up, girl! TFS

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  12. Oh that looks so great! Love what you've done with the Frostwood Lodge paper. Thanks for playing at CCMC this week.

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  13. What a lovely card. That paper medallion looks great under the main image. :o)

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  14. very very pretty! Thanks for playing with us at CCMC :)

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  15. Great job. I keep wanting to make one too. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  16. Love the old fashioned look you achieved with this paper and stamp set. Really cute.

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  17. Love the plaid! Such a great Christmas card!

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  18. So elegant and pretty. Your rosette looks fabulous with the new DSP.

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  19. that is sucha cute card, love the rosette...do you score the paper every 1/4"? how wide do you make your strip for the rosette...it's a great size!!! thanks for sharing!!!

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  20. Cute card and I love the rosette. And the DSP goes so well. TFS

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