• Carol Read

Love What You Do - Thank You



Hi everyone....Yes I'm at it again with this Beautiful Suite of products. If you haven't yet checked out the video posted above on my Blog landing page you may want to do that!

Now on this card I started with a base of Rich Razzleberry that was cut to 8.5 x 5.5 and I scored it at 4.25. I then cut my piece of DSP to 4 X 5.25 and layered that on my card base. I then used a piece of Whisper White that is cut to 3.25 x 2.75. I stamped the watercolor background swatch in Powder Pink ink and then stamped the flower image in Rich Razzleberry. On a scrap of whisper white I stamped the sentiment and cut it out with the oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits. (you know I use them a lot)! they are quite a great staple in my card making. I used a couple Stampin' Dimensionals to glue that down at the top of my focal image. I added a length of that lovely Velvet Ribbon in Rich Razzleberry to the bottom of the whisper white there and then I added some fun Artisan Pears on the sentiment oval and the flowers. This is again another simple yet stunning card. All of these products are in that fun Share What You Love Suite and they are available in 3 awesome bundles right now. If you haven't yet you can check them out here... and of course these are all available in my online store.

Have a great day! It's been a cooler and very wet day here in San Antonio. I went out for a bit earlier to do some errands and man was it a mess out there. BUT I sure enjoy these cooler temperatures. So the doors and windows are all open and the air conditioner is turned off!

So if you have stayed with me this far then THANK YOU for visiting. I'm off to play with some of the new IN Colors that are out and then I'm off to take an online FMQ quilt class.

Enjoy your evening......HAPPY STAMPING.....CAROL

#ShareWhatYouLoveSuite #LoveWhatYouDo

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