Saturday, July 4, 2009

More Razzleberry Lemonade

This card uses two of my favorite prints from the Razzleberry Lemonade DSP. I just love purples and pinks together, and I think the addition of Crushed Curry really made the flowered pattern pop! I used Crushed Curry cardstock for my base, the strip of eyelet, and the sentiment. I really had fun with my punches on this card, too. I used the ticket corner punch on the DSP, the eyelet border punch, and our new modern label punch for the sentiment. Isn't it a cool shape? The ink for the sentiment is Melon Mambo. I'm already in love with that color!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Just a Little Thanks!

Thanks to those who sent such kind responses after my last post! My third surgery was yesterday, and at the follow-up appointment today, the surgeon told me things went "as expected." The main purpose of this surgery was to remove the cataract that had developed after the second surgery and prepare my eye for the final surgery later this month.

I'm so excited about the new catalog launching today! Don't you just love the new in-colors? Since purple is my favorite color, I was very happy for the Rich Razzleberry cardstock that I used as the base for this card. I also stamped the sentiment in Rich Razzleberry on Whisper White cardstock and matted it on the new, Crushed Curry cardstock.

The DSP on the card comes from the Razzleberry Lemonade pack and also showcases the new in-colors Melon Mambo and Dusty Durango. I love the variety of patterns in this DSP pack, so you'll definitely be seeing more of it!