Today's card was inspired by a card on the cover of July's CardMaker magazine. I have had a hard time using the Floral District DSP because some of it is really wildly patterned. I try, and then end up not using it because the pattern takes away from the rest of the card instead of complementing it. So one way to get around that is to use the patterns in small doses, as this card does. This card is perfect for those extra strips of paper you have that you save and put back into the paper packet (don't lie - you know you do it too!!!)
Card Supplies: (All supplies from Stampin' Up unless otherwise noted)
Stamps: Curly cute
Cardstock:Whisper white, Lucky limeade, Floral district DSP
Ink: Melon mambo
Other Stuff: Daffodil delight 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, basic rhinestones
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I'm a wife, mom, daughter & sister to a wonderful family. My 'real job' allows me to help others realize their dreams of having a family themselves. I've been 'crafty' my whole life and finally have some free time and a great workspace that allows me to do what I love. If I can stamp or scrapbook while watching Penn State football, the Philadelphia Eagles or Phillies, then that's even better! Oh, and I also have a slight obsession with Bon Jovi.