Sunday, January 29, 2012

Everyday Elanor and New Class Announcments

We received a yet to be released stamp set at Leadership called Everyday Elanor. It's a large stamp set full of beautiful elements. I played with it again yesterday and just love it!


 The stamps I used include a "flourish", a few flowers and a sweet little bird!
 I added in a Vintage Heart Trinket! Love these! I am burning through my second package already!
The large circle is is the 3" die and the scallop is the Circle Scallops #2 Die. I added a few teeny tiny little Basic Pearls to each scallop. I used More Mustard CS, Scalloped Edge Ribbon and DSP. The large scallop is from the Tasteful Trims Die. And speaking of dies... make sure you checkout my upcoming classes!


This card was inspired by the sketch at Stampin' Queens Sketch Challenge and the colors from the Color Q!


I've added two new classes to my schedule. You guys have been asking for them, so now they are here!



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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, Erica! Thanks so much for joining us at the ColourQ this week.

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  2. That little charm is the perfect touch! I really like the way you've used that flower stamp, I never know what to do with stamps like that! Thanks so much for playing with us at the ColourQ this week! :)

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  3. Lovely card Erica! Your scallop ribbon is awesome, love all the tone on tone.

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  4. Love this and the flowers are so pretty! Great card!

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  5. Beautiful card and use of the CQC colors Erica! Thanks for joining us...~S~

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  6. Beautiful! Love all the layers of more mustard and the little bird and charm are so sweet nestled in the flowers!

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  7. I never thought I would like a mostly Mustard card, but you've done a beautiful job with it. It really makes those gorgeous flowers stand out! Thanks for sharing this with us at the ColourQ!

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