enjoy.



Happy Sunday!  It’s warming up again in the Pacific Northwest.  I was hoping the milder 70 degree temps were here to stay but it’s forecasted to be in the 90’s again today.  Although we don’t have central air in our home we did score a couple portable upright ac units after our last heat wave so at least the upstairs {that’s where I craft} doesn’t get so unbearably hot.

Here’s a clean & simple card:
cardstock:  recollections/110/white, ranger watercolor, stampin’ up gumball green  stamps:  create a smile/magic flowers  ink:  ranger archival black, kuretake gansai tambi  other:  create a smile stacked pierced banners/magic frame cool cuts, create a smile enjoy chippie

I inked up Create a Smile’s Magic Flowers set.  (Did you know that Butterfly Reflections Ink is a US source for selected Create a Smile products?!)  Isn’t that bloom gorgeous?  I colored it with Kuretake Gansai Tambi {that’s what the card is on in the photo}.

The Cool Cuts products are so much fun:


I colored the ‘enjoy’ chippie with a black sharpie:

Did you know that Create a Smile recently turned one?!  I’ve been a fan from the start and couldn’t be more happier for Christine!!!!



I’m playing along with their birthday challenge!  There’s still time to join in the fun, if you don’t have any of Create a Smile’s stamps {yet}, she has digi freebies on the Create a Smile Blog!

24 thoughts on “enjoy.”

  1. What's up with you guys having AZ like weather?? That's cray-cray!!!! I love love love your card!! LOVING the pop of green and the flower!!!!!!!!

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  2. Oh WOW!!! I LOVE the way you created this card. Those die cuts are FABULOUS and that yellow flower-stunning!! You did a fabulous job with the chip too. I thought it was a delicate die cut until I scrolled down!! Stunning design!!

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  3. Such a sweet card, LOVE it, Amy! Those blooms are so pretty and the Cool Cuts are very kewl!
    PS: I like your idea with the chippy coloring too. TFS!

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  4. There's that darling fish-tail tag again, amy… so cute!! Yes, the flower IS totally fantastic, too…
    =] M

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  5. This is soooo pretty, Amy! That flower is indeed beautiful and I love the sentiment, they just POP against the white!! I'm not familiar with this company, thanks for sharing!

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  6. Whew! Anything over 70 degrees would have me melting. Last week it got up into the 90s for a couple of days, so I'm glad to see the temps settling down here. Your design is so pretty (and it pairs yellow and green – Packers colors woohoo!)

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  7. So sweet and fresh! Love the colours!

    P/s: Hope you get better weather soon. I can't imagine having no AC in my room with summer all year round here!

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  8. Gorgeous card…love that huge tag with all the dots, what a fabulous look holding that beautiful flower. So sweet.

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  9. Another beautiful card, Amy, love the colors and the dies you used! Sorry about your heat, we are hitting 97 and it was still in the 80's at midnight! We will melt and then we will freeze…that is the way it is!

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  10. Another beautiful card! And I feel you with the heat, this past weekend was a hot one! I'm really enjoying the cooler temperature today.. We even had some rain!

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