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Hanging Out with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

I've had this idea in my head since I saw Taylored Expressions sketch TESC119 a few weeks ago, but I didn't have have time to make the card until this past week end. I knew the sun dresses in On the Line by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff would be perfect. For some reason these sun dresses hanging on the line just tickle my fancy. I don't know why, but they do.






Here is a peek at the entire set.



I have a really busy schedule the next couple of weeks (including a Copic certification class and a trip to CHA!) I will be back on track and visiting your blogs soon. Until then, you can get a little more eye candy by visiting the rest of the DT. Remember Lindsay always has a little something for your to download on her blog on Thursday.


Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Micki Harper
Rebekah Doak
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen
Tracy Vinson



Thanks for hanging out!


Challenges:.

Supplies:


  • Images: On the Line digital stamp set by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com, Verve Stamps Bountiful Backgrounds
  • Papers & CS: Georgia Pacific CS, Papertrey Inc kraft CS, misc. green & blue CS, October Afternoon Fly a Kite & Thrift Shop
  • Inks: Versa mark
  • Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilies, Big Shot, paper piercer, Stampin' Up Paper Piercing template, Zig Writer chocolate, Copic & Prismacolor markers, Inkssential white pen
  • Embellishments: Misc. brads, button, ribbon and twine
  • Techniques: Faux stitching

Comments

Love this it is so cute and the colors are awesome, I can see why you wanted to use the little sundresses. Have fun at CHA!
Vanja said…
Beautiful card! I love the image and the ribbon is fabulous.
Hugs, Vanja
Pat (mspfd) said…
Totally adorable. What a fabulous, fun card with great details. Love your wonderful design.
maxine said…
This is a fantastic card, you could enter the challenge over at Lexi's Creations, this is also stitching this week.
hugs maxine
Tracy said…
Fab Entry, thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, Good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
Tamara Bennett said…
I love the dresses on the patterened paper! So cute and that sentiment is perfect!
Cindi said…
great card..how fun!!
:)
Linda Robinson said…
This is adorable.. I just love the DP you used on the dress.. Or did you color them? Either way they are cute! Hope you have a great Day!
1CardCreator said…
This is just the sweetest card! I love the DP's you chose for the dresses, they are perfect! The newsprint and whole layout of the card are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Dawn said…
I am so excited for you taking the copic certification. Hopefully you will share some tips. You are going to be a natural. Let me know if you offer classes, I would love to take from you.
brenda said…
Hi Cheryl

Your card is gorgeous, such pretty DP's, all really summery.

Thank you for joining in at Stampalot Challenge this month and good luck.

B x
Leanne said…
This is just way to stinkin cute!! I love, love, love it and I'm going to have to scraplift this from you for sure!! I love all the papers that all go so well together!
Lindsay Weirich said…
I love this, so fun and bright, a perfect card, have fun at CHA!
Karin said…
Just amazing! Love the papers you chose for the piecing!
Dana said…
So fun and bright! I just love this Cheryl. Thanks for playing along with TT!
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Micki said…
ooohhh I LOVE it!!!!! love your paper piecing and the kraft paper.... awesome card girl. Ok, we need to talk before CHA.... Copic class is all day, so need to kinda figure out a time..... hugs
Danderella said…
This is gorgeous! I love the whole laundry line thing. Thanks for playing at Paper Sundaes.
Great card! Love the sentiment with the sundresses on the line!! Just perfect!
Have a ball at the copic class and CHA! Can't wait to hear about all it!!
Maria
I love your card!! Those images are so cute, I'm going to go take a look at the store right now. Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week!
pinky said…
This is totally gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
Pinky
Margie said…
So, so sweet! Love the patterned sundresses! Awesome card!
Nordicblogger said…
Oh, this is Adorable!! Love, love, love it!
Marlene said…
Awww...this is adorable!!!! Love it!
Awesome Cheryl! Love the paper piecing and the sentiment! Have fun at Copic class and CHA.
This is a wonderful card!
Thank you for entering it into the Sir Stampalot challenge this month.
Clare x
debby4000 said…
Oh what a gorgeous card Cheryl, love all the details.
luv
Debby
Kathy said…
Love the clothes line, what a fun and creative card! Really like the bright colors you used.
chris said…
Wow Wee! cheryl this is right up my street I love it adore it all of these and more, its fabulous.
hugs chris xx
thanks for joining us in the sir Stampalot challenge
Kim said…
This is so cute. The sentiments fits nicely with the clothes hanging on the clothesline.
Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown.
Sally H said…
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your summery creation with us at Sir stampalot this month!
Imke said…
I love the paper pieced dresses. Your layout and the DP is great.
Davi said…
Cheryl, What a lovely card! I love the vintage look and the great pieced dresses! So glad you joined us at TT this week! :)
Davi said…
Cheryl, What a lovely card! I love the vintage look and the great pieced dresses! So glad you joined us at TT this week! :)
Lauren said…
Awesome stitching on an adorable card! Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown! We hope you will join us again next week.

Lauren
Hannapanna said…
Gorgeous card! Love the bright summery colours. Thanks for joining us over at By the Cute and Girly this month and good luck. Hugs Hanna
sam said…
this card rocks!! love it!
Donna said…
Brilliant card Cheryl...I love these paper pieced dresses :) Donna x
Shelly Schmidt said…
Darling card! I love your colors you used too. TFS
Trinh said…
I just saw your adorable card on the CARDS blog - congrats! I love this set from LSS too.

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