Thursday, April 30, 2009

Just a "Walk in the Park"!

This is my other sample that I made for the May 2009 SOM (Stamp of the Month), "Walk in the Park" stamp set. I had this great designer paper sitting around for a month or two from the SEI "Bridgeport" Collection, and thought that it might make for a very Spring-y, park-type card. The photo doesn't show the texture of this lovely designer paper colllection, but both the polka-dotted bottom paper and the upper floral paper have raised design. When you rub your fingers over it, there is a definite "upper-relief" feel to it. I just love these papers, although they are a little bright...but then again, aren't I known for using bright colors? (Well, that's what I've heard! ; ) ...I was able to use my new Nestabilities dies for the main focal image on this card, and had fun enjoying the deckled rectangular shapes. To see a complete illustration of what's included in the May 2009 SOM "Walk in the Park" stamp set, click HERE. To see some fabulous other sneak peek samples of "Walk in the Park" don't miss my design teammates' work: Candy Fosta, Kim Teasdale and Laurie Wilson. This May 2009 SOM "Walk in the Park" stamp set is FREE by ordering $50.00 or more worth of stamps from Clear Dollar Stamps, and will be available tomorrow, May 1st!

Stamp Sets Used: Clear Dollar Stamps "Walk in the Park" May 2009 SOM, & Clear Dollar Stamps "What a Hoot" Stamp Sets
Cardstock & Papers: SEI "Bridgeport" Designer Paper Collection, Paper Trey White Cardstock
Inkpads: Adirondack Slate Ink, Vivid Raspberry Ink, Stampin' Up! Baja Breeze & Certainly Celery Inks
Accessories: Cuttlebug, Nestabilities Curved Rectangle Dies, Stampin' Up! Small & Large Oval Punches, Paper Piercing Tool, Tsukineko Sponge Dauber,Cloud Template, Sewing Machine, Thread, Adhesive, Zots, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals, We R Memory Keepers XLarge Eyelet, Sparkle Decorative Brad, American Crafts Ribbon..
Special Techniques: Basic Stamping, Sponging, Paper Piercing, Machine Stitching

3 comments:

Cassie said...

Love both of these, Linda! Your colors are so great, and I love the little scenes you made. Super cute! ;D

Katie Renz said...

I love the bright, summery look of this card. You have such an eye for detail.

Traci M said...

Those flowers are some of my favorite colors...a beautiful feminine card...thank you for sharing your talent, Linda!