Peachy Keen

Mar 21, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

 Love the colors on this card! Sure makes me think of spring – and maybe even summer!  After the winter we’ve had here that sounds “peachy”. 

This card goes together pretty quickly – here’s how I made it –

I started with Coastal Cabana cardstock – cut 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 and embossed the front with the Arrows Embossing Folder.

I used the Banner Framelits with Crisp Cantaloupe cardstock to create the banner shape.

I stamped “You’re Peachy Keen” from the Peachy Keen Stamp set – using Crisp Cantaloupe ink, on  a piece of Whisper White cardstock – and cut this shape out using one of the framelits from the Hearts Collection. This was popped up with a dimensional.

I also stamped the little arrow stamp onto the banner.

To put the card together, I taped a piece of a tea lace doily on one side of the banner, added three little flowers, punched from the punch pack punches with crushed curry cardstock, and added a small rhinestone on each.

I added a strip of the Crushed Curry chevron ribbon and tied it up with a piece of white bakers twine, and my card was complete!

Thanks for visiting my blog today – I hope I have inspired you to do some stamping today! It will be a long day for me – I was up until 3 am – took my daughter and two of her friends to the opening of Divergent last night!    They had read the book and talked me into taking them to the midnight showing!

We had fun, but boy my coffee sure tasted good this morning! Time for a second cup……………. 



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