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Perk Up with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

I made this card as a "Get Well" card using Coffee Talk from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff.


The inside sentiment, also from the set, says "I hope you perk up soon." Here is a look at the complete set.




You can pick up this set during Lindsay's School's Out Sale. Lindsay is offer 40% off all her products this week Thursday through Saturday in the LSS store on mygrafico. This includes her digital stamps and SVG files. Go check it out!

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Challenges for this card:

Supplies for this card:

  • Images: Coffee Talk by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on Mygrafico.com
  • Papers & CS: Stampin' Up Delicate Dots & Bashful Blue, Georgia Pacific CS, PaperTrey Inc kraft CS
  • Inks: None
  • Tools & Embellishements: Close To My Heart ribbon, flowers & twine, misc buttons, Hero Arts Gemstones, Prismacolor markers
  • Techniques: Paper piecing

Comments

Karin said…
Love your paper piecing! Very cute :)
Leanne said…
Wow! Another totally awesome card! Love the paper and the colors! I love also the paper piecing!!
Margie said…
This is adorable, Cheryl! I love the patterned coffee pot!
Cindi said…
what a cute card!! I love it
:)
Lindsay Weirich said…
oh this reminds me of my grannies kitchen!
Tamara Bennett said…
Very sweet card! Love the flowers!
1CardCreator said…
I love this Cheryl, the paper piecing looks awesome on this and so do the buttons and flowers! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Joanne Gilch said…
My MIL had a percolator that plugged in and it was Corning Ware with the one blue flower in the middle. Your image reminds me of her. she has been gone, it seems like forever. Wonderful woman, I loved her. Your card is fabulous. nice digi set.
CraftyGirl said…
I love your card and all the layering!! It is gorgeous!! Thanks for playing along with us at Frosted Designs!!
Barb :)
Micki said…
Great paper piecing and love the color combo, not to mention the digi stamp :-). Great great card Cheryl :-)


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