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Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - Call Me!

Lindsay has a new set of stamps, Posh n' Trendy, that are so fun! I just had to use the rotary phone image for my project this week.






Here is a look at the entire set.



Thank you for stopping by today! Don't forget to stop by the blogs of the rest of the DT to see what they have created and Lindsay will have a freebie for you on her blog.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Margie Visnick
Micki Harper
Rhonda Walker
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen


Supplies:

  • Images: Posh 'n Trendy by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com, computer generated sentiment
  • Papers & CS: PaperTrey kraft & dark chocolate CS, Georgia Pacific CS, BasicGrey Hopscotch paper pad
  • Inks: Distress Inks Antique Linen
  • Tools: Paper piecing tool, rotary tracing wheel, Stampin' Up word window punch, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Colonial Brown Hug Snug seam binding, misc. lace & pearls, Zig chocolate brown marker, Inkssentials opaque white pen



Challenges:

Comments

Karen B. said…
Great card, and I notice all the small and wonderful details the more and more I look at it! Love the touches of the text patterned paper.
Gorgeous card and beautiful stamps! I love how everything just flows together so perfectly!
1CardCreator said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the dp and the lace and ribbon combo. You always add such great touches to everything you make. ~Diane
Cindi said…
how cute!! I love your card
:)
Anne Marie said…
So cute, Cheryl! I love how you always seem to get the most perfect mix of papers to accent your image. Great sentiment, too! :)
Katie said…
Super cute card!
Thanks for playing in A Gem of A Challenge :)
Margie said…
So pretty- I love your papers on this!
Micki said…
lol not only is your card gorgeous as always but it's perfect, cuz you know I got your number and although I tend to do more of the 'stalking' than commenting.... I will call you just to stay in touch!

Thank you for all your support, open ear, advice and for always cheering me on. Like I said last year at CHA, meeting you face to face for the first time.... it felt like we've known each other and just picked up where we left off. Not at all like first time meeting type of uncomfortable.

Hugs
Becky said…
Wonderful card, love the dp.
Sarah said…
So pretty! I love the colors. I think I am digging the phone and typewriter image. Too cute.
Karen W said…
P for phone, what a cute idea!! Thanks for joining us at Creative Belli Challenge!
Leanne said…
Cheryl you have did it AGAIN my friend!! Another gorgeous card! The pattern papers are to die for cute and that sentiment I would have never ever thought of that! You soooo rock!! I'm going to miss you! Thanks for all your encouraging words and always eager ways to help! I will still be by to see what your up to and wish you the best!! Big HUGS, Leanne
Kristie said…
Very cute! Love all the pink :)
Anita said…
Very cute card. I love your dp. And that sentiment is perfect.
Denise Marzec said…
Very pretty! I love that crocheted lace!
Ros said…
Another lovely creation ... thanks for playing along at CCCB
Mrs. Fence said…
Such a cute card! Love the combination of pp you used with this image! And the sentiment is perfect :) I'll miss you being in Lindsay's Gang. Take care and best of everything to you!
Lisa B said…
I love, love, love the colors you picked for this card. You did such a great job!
Thank you for joining us over at the Sisterhood for our Anything Goes challenge!
Marlene said…
I have a soft spot for the old rotary phones - so I think this card is ADORABLE!
Shelby Goolsby said…
Great card!!Such a cute image and the paper and lace compliment it perfectly.
Shelly Schmidt said…
I love the sentiment- and the lace- and the cute image. Great card!
Tara said…
Cheryl,
I have a blog award for you! :)

http://taradactoll.blogspot.com/
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
So sweet, love the stitched edge too, thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!
debby4000 said…
Oh this is so adorable Cheryl.
Thanks for joining us at A Gem of A Challenge.
Debby
Audrey Pettit said…
How very cute! Love that fun rotary phone image and the sentiment is adorable and just perfect for that image. Think the letter paper is just perfect, too. Thanks for sharing this with us at the Kraft Journal.
do I spy a alphabet background on your card???

Love the pink patterned paper on the lower 1/2 of your card too!

Cute set - looks to have ALL the 'in' things right now with cardmaking.......telephone, typewriter, dress form and birdcage!
Can't wait to see what else you make from this set!
Maria
Fabulous creation! Thanks so much for joining us at The Kraft Journal this week!
Manuela said…
Hi.
Beautiful Card. So retro.
Thank you for joining us at Penny's Challenges.
Manuela
Tamara Bennett said…
I adore this card! So clever with the phone and sentiment. Never would have thought of that!
Karin said…
I always wanted a pink phone! Great girly card :)
Mandy said…
Lovely card,great image and the paper and colours are beautiful...Thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge...
Mandy x
Tracy said…
LOL That sentiment is so cute and so is your card Cheryl! Your papers are really fun too. Thanks so much for joining us at The Kraft Journal this week!
So, so cute Cheryl!! Thanks for sharing this lovely creation with us over at Penny's Challenge and The Sisterhood! I look forward to seeing your awesome work again next challenge!
Lisa said…
Super adorable!!! Thanks so much for joining us over at One Crazy Stamper!
Chris said…
great job of stitching, thanks for playing in this week's challenge at Paper Pretties.
Linda R. said…
This is just so cute.. Love it!!
Thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!
Cheryl Nelson said…
So super cute! LOVE it! Thank you so much for playing along with CCCB!
Joan Ervin said…
This is really a cute image and I love the papers and colors you used!!! Thanks for joining us in the Belli challenge!!!
Emma H said…
What a fun digi image! Great card, thanks for playing along with Fab N Funky
Rainmac said…
Hi Cheryl, what a fabulous card, I love the image and pretty colours. Thank you for joining us at Craft Your Days Away for our love challenge, good luck xxx
Very nice work. Love the choice of papers.
I love this card...must of missed it some how.. may need to borrow your idea.. i just bought a similar stamp set.. today! I'll tell everyone the idea came from you of course! love it
Cheryl said…
A beautiful card,love the colours and image!!! Thanks for joining us at Creatalicious!!
xx

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