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Friday, February 6, 2009

Berries and Cream

I was once again feeling like spring- I think it might be the upcoming vacation! You think? I love this SU Upsy Daisy set and keep forgetting to pull it out. I used SU barely banana and Rose to matte the photo. I also used rose to ink the flowers, used the paper piercing tool to give the picture a little depth and make it pop! The background is Cuttlebug Swiss Dot folder- do you not just love this folder? It is clean and simple and can be used on so many different types of cards.

This next card, as you can see I used the same colors but just designed it to be a tiny bit different. I still used the same items, including the cuttlebug folder. The tag on both of these cards is made using the Nestabilities Ribbon Tag Trio and I really like it but my problem is that I do not have a white oval that fits these. So if you have this set- what do you use? I have a friend that I am going to send this to because she is working so hard and doesn't feel she can ever take a break and I want her to take care of herself.

Have a good weekend!

7 comments:

bsgstamps4fun: Barb Gault said...

Thanks for the 'taste of spring', I think we ALL need that this year! It's been a long time since we have had this cold a winter here in MD!!
We have been spoiled over the years, while many call it normal.

Lovely card and so welcome!
Hugs!

Jackie said...

This is cute and the colors are great...nice texture too!!

Maria said...

Wow, very pretty Heidi!! I really love pretty yellow color and it goes so nicely with the pink color. It sure looks like spring looking at your card. I love that SU set. . .you can't go wrong with that image!! Great job!1

Maria

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

wonderful colors together....awesome card..so pretty! *~*

Ellie said...

I love those springy colors you used! The ribbon tag nesties is a perfect touch!

Kentucky Paper Kreations said...

Love the colors, beautiful card!

Robin

Ann said...

Mmmm...yummy color combo! I {heart} Swiss Dots, too! It's the folder I reach for most often.

Thanks for the bit of spring on this dreary winter day!