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A Vintage Rose for my Friends

This week at Hand Stamped Sentiments we have a Color Splash Challenge.  Use the colors of Pretty in Pink, Certainly Celery and Bashful Blue to create a card or paper project.  A few weeks ago I received the stamp set Timeless Treasures from my dear friend Amy.  I’d been dying to use it so I created this card.  Although we met about two years ago through Stampin’ Up! I feel we’ve been friends for a long time.  The same goes for my other stamping friends.  I’ve made such wonderful friendships through Stampin’ Up!  So this card is dedicated to all of my stamping friends.  I am so fortunate to have them in my life.

Vintage rose and teacup card

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Vintage rose for my friends card

Size:  5.0″ w x 4.25″ h

Stamps: Timeless Treasures, Notably Ornate

Paper: Card stock:  Very Vanilla, Bashful Blue; DSP:  Digital Pretty in Pink Brocade

Ink:  Soft Suede, Pretty in Pink; Watercolor pencils:  Pink, Green, Blue

Accessories: Big Shot, Framed Tulips Embossing Folder, Fun Flowers die, Word Punch, Modern Label Punch, Antique brad, Basic Pearls (colored with Stampin’ Up! markers)

Technique: Stamping, die cutting

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5 Responses

  1. gorgeous card, i love the coloring on the tea cup, tfs

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  2. So pretty Genny, I love the way the pink pops on the subtle background!

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  3. I knew it wouldn’t be long before you created something stunning with that set! Wowza! The teacup looks perfectly coordinated with the Notably Ornate frame! Very pretty! 🙂

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  4. This is so pretty! Love the vintage look of it.

    Robbie

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  5. Lovely card. Reminds me of the tea shops I used to visit in West Hills. Great touch using the DSP for the flower.

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