Happy Monday and while we are at it, welcome to the end of March. Where has this month gone?!?!
I find that the closer I get to my trip in May the faster my weeks are going and Easter is next weekend already. Thankfully, other than groceries for our dinner with the kids I pretty much have things in hand. I spent some time yesterday working on my place setting markers and have those ready to go. This is a good thing because I have a tendency to wait until the very last second on those and then I’m scrambling – often ON Easter Sunday – to get them put together. So, no procrastination this year! Yay!
Today, I am going to share some cards that I did using the new Lotus Blossom set. Working with this set was a little different, but I hope you will agree the results are fantastic. That extra layer of ink really makes a difference. So, here we go!
Thanks for stopping in today
Don’t forget to register for the Send A Smile charity card event on May 3rd! Registration is open now and we still have lots of spots. Just click HERE to jump over to the registration page, or click on the badge on the top right hand side of my page , or visit my Charity Events page and click through to register there. Be sure to spread the word to your stamping friends too! Let’s work to fill up those spots so we can send a great big box of cards to this wonderful charity!
Here’s the supply list for this round:
S: Lotus Blossom, Itty Bitty Backgrounds, Express Yourself
P: Pretty in Pink, Light pink vellum, Ivory, Peach CS (Basis), Chocolate Chip, Dusty Durango, More Mustard, White, Autumn Vine DSP, Thoroughly Modern DSP
I: Memento Angel Pink, Melon Mambo, Certainly Celery, Groovy Guava, Dusty Durango, More Mustard, Crushed Curry, Lucky Limeade
A: Fiskars Wave Dot border punch, buttons, wax thread, gathered pink ribbon, Dots embossing folder, Happy Birthday rub-ons, kraft paper doily, Artisan Label punch, Spellbinders: classic ovals large and scallop ovals large dies, twine. lace ribbon