Saturday, 15 March 2008

Another tree card

I love this tree stamp - this is the first time I've used it with the Poppin' Pastels technique - full details here.

Lovely as a Tree (p45)
Cardstock: Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Very Vanilla
Paper: Brocade Background (p72)
Ink: Versamark®
Accessories: Stampin' Pastels® (p82), Sponge Daubers (p81)

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  1. This is one of my favorite stamp sets and you created one beautiful card! Love the colors and the ribbon...everything!

  2. This is an awesome masculine card! Thanks for inspiring me!

  3. very soothing - i love the colors paired with this image!

  4. great card. I always love seeing the trees

  5. Wow! That's really gorgeous! LOVE the tree image!

  6. All your cards are lovely, but this one is especially pretty. I keep thinking that I need to get this set......aaaaghhhh!!! It's all your fault!! hahaha!

  7. Very nice. I love the background paper - it goes perfectly! A great "manly" card. CC

  8. Helen

    Lovely cards as always, but you always manage to pull something special out of the bag with Lovely as a Tree.

  9. Ohhhh this is beautiful! I love this stamp and your card is just so wonderful. Great guy card, which is hard to pull off sometimes.

  10. I love getting ideas for masculine cards, and Lovely As a Tree seems to pop up a lot! This is a gorgeous card...I especially like the little stamp peeking out from under the tree - nice touch.


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