Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Thank you #2


I love using polka dots and stripes together and I thought this was a perfect combination for this quick card. I have to start working on taxes now, so quick cards it will be for a while.

I CASED the card from Sharon Johnson at No Time To Stamp. Be sure and take a look at her cards. By the way, this link just takes you to the card I CASED. Once you have seen the cards, click on HOME and it will take you to her current cards.

I started with a 5.5 x 5.5 white top folding card stock. The stripe is cut at 2.5 inches and the polka dot is 3 inches. I cut a strip of the striped paper going the opposition direction at 1.5 inches and used my Martha Stewart punch on it.

I stamped the bird with Not Quite Navy and then used the Spellbinders Circle die to cut and emboss it. It is popped up with a dimensional for added interest. I also added a small navy pearl.

Stamps----------------------Southern Belle and Nostalgia by Inkadinkado
Paper-----------------------Neenah white card stock and Hobby Lobby
Pearl----------------------- Kaiser Kraft
Spellbinders---------------Circle die
Dimensional---------------Therm O Web
Punch----------------------Martha Stewart
Ink--------------------------SU Not Quite Navy

9 comments:

Lastel said...

Beautiful card !

Jerri Kay said...

Joan, this is so pretty, I love the beautiful blue designer papers!

amazingpapergrace.com said...

Oh Joan, this is lovely!! All the blues - so serene!!
--Becca

Janine said...

How very pretty Joan,..
Have a great day!!!

Tammy Hershberger said...

Gorgeous card, Joan! I just ordered that stamp set yesterday!

Deborah Saaranen said...

This is soo beautiful Joan! I love the mix of stripes and polka dots as well!

I would like to order two sets of the clear boxes-- thanks!

deb

tennesseejoy said...

How lovely! Love the blue papers and your lacey edge. Diane/Lost in the 60's/Planted in Joy

Marion said...

Love the blue spot and stripe combination.... such a crisp, fresh, clean look. Yummy!

Marion, UK

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Just love this, Joan!!! You may have cased the layout, but the card looks so refreshingly different with these pretty papers -- just love what you did!!!