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Friday, January 30, 2009

Gingham Watering Can

no coffee today - sorry, it wasn't allowed 'cause of my funky-do test :(

Well what this card looks like now and what it started out looking like in my head are WAAAAYYYYYYY different. but sometimes that can be a good thing. not sure about that in this case though! grins!! :D actually it is growing on me - the butterfly made me like it a whole lot better. it seemed to need that extra spot of POW. any who.......

the deets - The watering can is a die cut from My Mind's Eye. The papers are from Daisy D's. So where is the Basic Grey you may be asking yourself? (those of you who know about my passion or may I say obsession with that particular company know that I use it ALLLLLLL the time!) well, hold your breath no longer - the flower stamps are Basic Grey Insignia clear stamps. I only have about 6 of their stamp sets, but I have found them to be some of the best clear ones out there. no surprise though - everything BG makes is pretty top notch in my book. The butterfly punch is the famous Martha Stewart one, and the scalloped punch along the bottom is the wonderful Fiskars running water punch that I picked up on my shopping jaunt the other day. Button is another from my vintage stash. Watering can and some of the flowers are popped up on foam tape.


Have a wonderful day! I'll post this weekend and tell you all about my LOVELY test I'm having today. and maybe if you're nice I'll let you know which superpower I end up with!! ;)

8 comments:

specialcraftmom4 said...

This is a really neat card! Very creative (:

Karen from PA said...

Lovely card! I hope your test went well. I prayed for you.

Sara said...

Very pretty

Jackie (Sweetest Girls) said...

Great card! Hope your test went well.

Dru said...

What a great card - love all the cut outs and layering - looks very spring like. Waiting to hear an update regarding your test.

Karen from PA said...

I tagged you on my blog! Have a great day!!

Melyssa said...

I think your card is great!

Paula said...

I just found this post. Must have been while I was moving. I love, love, love anything garden realated and this is really nice!