Wednesday, September 10, 2008

memories....

I walked around my local craft store today at lunch looking for cool blue designer paper to make a card...I went through the scrapbooking section twice thinking that I must have passed something up that I "couldn't live without". I was on a mission because I was making a card for someone that mentioned that their favorite color is blue. I ended up buying fancy chipboard via k&co that coordinate with my Blue Awning DP that I already had {gasp, using something that I already have? inconceivable..}. There is absolutely no stamping on this one...nada...nothing. I did whip out the janome though which adds a nice touch to all that chipboard and yipes, no ribbon??!!
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paper: k&co blue awning, misc kraft accessories: k&co chipboard, janome

11 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! And a card with no stamping AND no ribbon...how can it be?! I'll have to try that!

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  2. Beautiful card Amy!!! Great details too...love the stitching and that blue chipboard is gorgeous! :D

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  3. How anyone can make a card this gorgeous without any stamping or ribbon is beyond me! And using previously owned paper? What on earth were you thinking!? Well, the chipboard is new, so I guess that makes everything okay!

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  4. WHAT? No ribbon OR stamp? How could you?!?!?!?! Gorgeous card tho :) Love the stitching and weird, I have that K&Co Memories too. It was leftover from somebody that I took and never use. Will have to now!

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  5. Fabulous card - the color combination just rocks!

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  6. beautiful card Amy! There's so much going on here you don't even notice there is no stamping or ribbon! love your stitching and chipboard letters!!

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  7. Super card...you are getting me to the point where I will have to go track down that DP!

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  8. It is PERFECT and doesn't need stamping or ribbon. So beautiful.

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  9. Gorgeous non stamping card, love the dimension of the chipboard and sewing!

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  10. I love this - the paper is awesome. Joan

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  11. This is beautiful, and one of the long ones you love so well! Now I'm thinking how dangerous it could be to have a store to peruse on my lunch break...the Blue Awning is fabulous too! You are inspiring me to get out that ole singer of mine!

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Cheers,
~amy~