Thursday, September 12, 2013

Happy Birthday Wishes for the Dynamic Duos

 
 
This is my card for the Dynamic Duos #69 challenge.  This is only my second time using Pacific Point, but I think it is a lovely shade of blue (and blue is my favorite color).   I used Canvas Corp Heavy White CS and SU Pacific Point & Old Olive CS.  I din't have any Pacific Point DSP so I made my own with PP ink and MFT's LJD-Textile Backgrounds.  The flowers from SU Flower Shop are stamped in PP ink and the lighter one is stamped off once.  The Old Olive leaves are diecut with SU Little Leaves Sizzlet. I cut them apart and fit them around my flowers.  The sentiment is from SU Simply Sketched stamped in PP ink and cut out with a Spellbinder's Classic Oval and matted with Classic Scalloped Oval.  I lightly sponged a litte blue ink around the sentiment while it was still in the die.  I used the SU Lacey Brocade EF on the white panel.  That's it for my card.
 
Thanks for stopping by.  I really appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment.
 
Happy Stamping,
JoAnn

8 comments:

  1. LOVE this card, JoAnn! Your colors are so Pretty together and LOVE the flowers with that FAB embossed BG!

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  2. JoAnn, this is absolutely beautiful! I love how you used these colors together! That DSP is lovely and how clever of you to make it yourself! Such a pretty card!

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  3. So pretty JoAnn! The embossed background looks gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful card, JoAnn! Love the fabulous monochromatic design!

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  5. Love it. Pinned it for future inspiration. I think I have that flower stamp set.

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  6. These colors are great together. Love the card.

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  7. Hi there.

    What an inspiring blog you've got - love your projects. I'm a new follower through GFC - hope that you will find the time to have a look at my blog.

    Have a lovely Sunday.

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  8. Hey...we like this stamp set don't we???? This is so beautiful...when I saw that color combo...I was a little unsure...but yours is terrific!!! You are good with those sponging backgrounds!!!

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