Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Here They Come Again!

I had every intention last week of making my weekly butterfly card and sending it in the mail, despite the fact that I was attending Convention and had a house full of guests . . . riiiiiigggghhhhhhttt!!! I actually DID make a card last Sunday, but haven't photographed it or anything. But, I did ANOTHER card yesterday that combined two of the challenges on SCS - TLC180 and CC178 (this makes butterfly #49).

I used the most FAB stamps from Kitchen Sink! I have been DYING to try these stamps forever. My good friend Connie (hey, girl!!) brought hers all the way from Arizona for me to play with when she was here for Convention last week. Sad for her, she may NEVER get them back (I do believe I used the phrase "Cold, dead fingers!" when I called her to tell her when she would get them back from me!!) These stamps are NOT for the wimpy stamper, as they do take a bit of a learning curve to get them lined up (some of them are 4-step stamps, meaning there are four stamps whose images are layered on top of each other!!

Here is a link to their AWESOME 3-step stamp sets (ENABLER ALERT!!!):

Kitchen Sink 3-Step Stamp Sets

The instructions for making this funky "spring fold" can be found here:

Spring Fold Tutorial

I will be uploading card #50 for my "Follow the Butterfles" challenge tomorrow, so stay tuned (the details for this challenge can be found on the sidebar to the right).


Stamps: 3-Step Hydrangeas by Kitchen Sink, Many Happy Returns
Paper: Blue Bayou, Purely Pomegranate, River Rock, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: White Craft, Basic Black, Not Quite Navy, Blue Bayou, Soft Sky, Pretty in Pink, Pink Pirouette, Purely Pomegranate
Accessories: White taffeta ribbon (dyed pomegrante using sponge and inkpad), clear rhinestone brad, small oval punch, word window punch


Tracy.H said...

So beautiful! :0)

Julie Masse said...

Your card is just beautiful! Love the colors you used!! :)

Summerthyme Studio said...

Love this Wendy...... so elegant.

Hey!! Can you send me an email at

I have a question to ask you about one of the widgets on your blog!

Thanks a bunch,


Nicole said...