Hello. Well, I was trying to wait to blog again until I had time to get to the store and fix my digital photo problem. However, the weather here in Ohio was snowy and icy and the roads were not safe enough for a few days to travel on. Plus, schools were all closed for 3 days. So, I was stuck inside trying to keep my daughter occupied. Anyways, I put a little card together this evening and scanned it. You will notice that there isn't alot of stamping involved. Oh well. I am a very dedicated Stampin Up Demo, but I must admit to having a terrible Prima flower addiction. Yep, as my 9 year old daughter tells me........I am not to purchase anymore flowers until I use up some of the ones that I already have! I will remember this the next time she wants another Nintendo DS game. She got approximately 7-9 of them for Christmas from uncles and grandmother's. She has alot of uncles who like to spoil her. Ok, enough said, here is the card:
Well, the scanner doesn't capture the colors well at all, but here it is anyways. I got the awesome brown ribbon that sort of looks like a trellis at our local stamp store "Stamp Your Heart Out". I apologize, but I do not know the name of the manufacturer. The flowers are Prima "Got Flower's Deux". They are too cute and approximately the size of an adult fingerprint. The bling centers are sticky gems from Michael's. The border was made with a Martha Stewart Scallop Lace border punch. The card stock base is Stampin Up's Naturals Ivory, and the blue edge is Stampin Up's Ballet Blue. The sentiment is from Stampin Up's Retired Warmest Regards, and it was heat embossed with blue embossing powder from the retired Rich Regals EP stack.
I hope you like it.