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June 2009

Shadow Box Card

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This cheerful Shadow Box card was created with the Upsy Daisy & the Thank You Kindly stamp sets. Colors used were Melon Mambo and Crushed Curry. Punches used were 1-3/4" Circle and Modern Label. The charming ribbon is Melon Mambo Polka-Dot & Crushed Curry Polka Dot.

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Today's the Last day to order retiring Stamp sets and to order from the Occasions Mini. Click Here to place your last minute order. 

Have a fabulous day,

Feichtsiggy


Share a Recipe Card

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Today's project is a cute & playful way to share a recipe this summer.  The kicker is the name of the recipe "Winter Fruit Salad with Lemon Poppy seed Dressing." Things that make you smile. It really would make a great light summer salad.

To make the card front cut an angle off your designer paper. I used Pink Flamingo Designer Series Paper. I know, no flamingos in this design. I'm all mixed up today. The lacey edge was created with the Eyelet Border Punch. Add a little Black Gingham Ribbon.

The chalk board effect was created by stamping with Whisper White Craft Ink onto Basic Black card stock using the greeting from the Voila stamp set.

Tip: Use the brush tip end Real Red and Old Olive markers to color and stamp the apple from the Tart and Tangy Stamp set.  Huff to moisten the ink. The Scallop Circle Punch makes a lovely mat for your image. Add a mini clip to give the illusion of hanging from the ribbon. Stampin' Dimensions will give the image height.

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Tool Tip: Add a little fun to your project by adding a perforated tear off recipe. It's so easy to do. Simply run your perforate tool along the edge of a ruler and your favorite recipe can be shared.

Share a Recipe Card:

Stamps: From the Kitchen of #114964, Voila #115102, Tart & Tangy #115514

Card Stock: Pink Flamingo Designer Series Paper #113976, Basic Black #102851, Whisper White #100730, Old Olive #100702

Ink: Whisper White Craft #101731, Black Stazon #101406, Real Red #100052 and Old Olive #100079 Markers

Accessories: Tool Cutter Kit  #106958, Mini Library Clips #109857, Scallop Circle Punch #109043, Eyelet Border Punch #113692, Wide Oval Punch #112082, 1" Circle Punch #109046, Black Gingham Ribbon #104837, Stampin' Dimensionals #104430

To order online Click Here

Why not try this recipe this summer? Do you have a recipe that you would like to share? Leave it in the comment section and I will feature your recipe with a new card design on a future blog post and send you the sample card.  I'll also need your address if you'd like a sample card. You can email me Here  I also love to hear what you thought of this recipe.

Have a fabulous day,

Feichtsiggy


Quirky Yet Masculine Birthday Card

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Something quirky, yet masculine was in order for my Children's Pastor/Engineer Son.  This card fit the bill.  The To the Nines Designer Series Paper gives the masculinity that I was looking for, and the Under the Stars stamp set coupled with Rich Razzleberry give just the right amount of quirky.

Tip: Try loosely knotting and then tucking ribbon for a slightly different look. Use your imagination, and it almost looks like a bow tie. :)

Notice that the Sahara Sand Card Stock is sort of the chameleon of the neutrals.  It takes on the hues of surrounding colors.

Quirky Yet Masculine Card Recipe:

Stamps: Under the Stars, On Your Birthday

Card Stock: Sahara Sand, Rich Razzleberry, To the Nines Designer Series Paper, Always Artichoke

Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Always Artichoke

Accessories: Scallop Circle Punch, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, 1-1/4" Circle Punch, Rich Razzleberry Polka-Dot Ribbon, Star Designer Brads.

Need supplies for your own quirky card? Click Here to order from your Wish List

 Have a fabulous day,

Feichtsiggy