Sunday, April 29, 2012

Grape and Lemon!

Hi everybody! I've got a quick card to show you today using some fun colors! I don't think I've ever used this color combo! Purple and Yellow- Grapes and Lemons? Love it!
The pieces of this card some from many different things. That's what I love about SU- if you pull from different suites, or themes, if the color is Rich Razleberry, it will match! This Rich Razzleberry paper is from the Summer Smooches Suite (promotion only available till April 30- Hurry!)
The stamp sets are also a mix and match- Family Reunion and Messages for Mom. I punched them out with the Large Tag Die. All three of these items are retiring!
The little tag that is peeking out from top and bottom is from the Attic Boutique collection, also only available until midnight April 30!
Continuing with my retiring theme, to finish off the card, I tied a strip of the Daffodil Delight
Striped Grosgrain ribbon across the top.

So, all this week, and into next week, I will be featuring things that are retiring. Remember, all retiring stamps will be available until May 31, but any accessories are as supplies last. And, many have already sold out. So, if there is something you really want, you have to get it now!

Today's card was inspired by the sketch at Utah Divas and the colors at The Play Date Cafe.



I'll be back TUESDAY with two posts! Yep, two challenges on Tuesday! Don't forget to stop by!

And, in case you've forgotten:
2011-2012 Retirement List can be seen HERE.
Product Shares can be seen HERE.
All my classes can be seen HERE.
Stamper's Round Up Card details can be seen HERE.
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2 comments:

  1. WOW!! I LOVE your card!! The design and the added touches are great!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  2. BEAUTIFUL! LOOOOOOOOOOOOVE the papers and that ribbon and your design--you nailed it:) Thanks so much for joining in the fun and playing along with us over at the PDCC:)

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