Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Back to School... Almost!

Hi everyone! Last post before my Christmas break ends and I go back to class tomorrow!

I have a couple of cards to share with you today. I've found out that I was down to my last white cardstock O_O It was a bit of a shock, so I'm trying to use up as much Vintage Cream as possible in the meantime. I don't think I'm quite ready to make another cardstock order yet (though I'd love to right now!).

I've gone back to my pastel tones so Melon Berry and Spring Moss it is! :)

I think this is the first card I'm sharing with you using my new Parisian Lace Doily die. It's great, other than the fact that punching out the holes takes forever! I'm seriously thinking I might want that Punch Out tool!!!
  
  
 The next card is using Modern Wood Mats stamp set. Everything's green here. I love green on white/cream! It has such a soothing, calm look about it. I topped it off with some Turning a New Leaf die cuts and Simply Chartreuse saddle stitch ribbon.
  
And I have to say, I love the Diamonds Impression Plate <3 It's going on just about all my projects at the moment.

  
That's it for today. Thanks for coming and visiting! I'll have more up soon. Have a fantastic day!

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
{Parisian Lace Doily Card}
STAMP: [PTI] Tiny Tags
INK: [PTI] Aqua Mist, Spring Moss; [SU!] Early Espresso
PAPER: [PTI] Vintage Cream, Melon Berry
OTHER: [PTI] Parisian Lace Doily die, Tiny Tags die collection, Wonderful Words die collection, Diamonds impression plate, jute button twine

{The Most Special Thing... Card}
STAMP: [PTI] Modern Wood Mats, Turning a New Leaf
INK: [PTI] Spring Moss; [SU!] Early Espresso; Versamark
PAPER: [PTI] Vintage Cream, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse
OTHER: [PTI] Mat Stack #5 die, Diamonds impression plate, saddle stitch ribbon (Simply Chartreuse), Turning a New Leaf die collection

4 comments:

Deb said...

Euna, beautiful cards as usual! Love your color choices and all of the green is gorgeous!

stephinka said...

You know I always love your creations, Euna and these are no different!!! You are tempting me with the diamond IP ;)

Have you tried to shim while cutting the doily? I have no trouble with the holes usually if I shim it up so the plates are tight!

Marybeth said...

Bothe cards are very pretty, and nicely done!

carol (krillsister) said...

Two lovely cards. i agree that the green on white is striking.