Friday, February 6, 2015

Fab Friday #57

Holy sMOKES!! Me and my Fab Friday friends have had a LONG hiatus ... I am SOOOO happy to be creating with these peeps again!! It took me until last SATURDAY to actually clean up my craft room from the whirlwind that was Christmas ... which is why I really haven't been creating so much lately (or blogging!). The mess was so BIG and so DEEP and so TALL, I could NOT pick it up there was NO WAY at all (at least that's how it had itself wrapped into my brain for a month!!)!

This go 'round we are playing with a fun color challenge ... and I am FINALLY starting to play with more of the new things I got out of the 2015 Occasions Catalog ...

Stamps: Painted Petals
Paper: Whisper White
Ink: Calypso Coral, Real Red, Crisp Cantaloupey, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Square Framelits Dies, Project Life Corner Rounder Punch, 1 3/8" Square Punch, Burlap Ribbon, Real Red Taffeta Ribbon, Linen Thread

Purdy, purdy colors ..

What kind of inspiration do YOU get from these colors??? I can't wait to find out!!

Here's a link to the Fab Friday Challenge Blog so you can play along:

Fab Friday Challenge Blog

Check out the Fab blogs of my fellow Fab Friends:

Mindy Backes
Cindy Beach
Heather Heroldt
Brian King
Justin Krieger
Amanda Mertz
Brenda Myers
Pam Steckman
Jan Tinklenberg

I actually have a WHOLE DAY where I have NO appointments, no work, and nowhere I have to be ... I think I shall be STAMPY all day, since I can FINALLY see my table!!

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Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Wow, this is so fabulous.

Amanda Mertz said...

Love that you went with flowers Wendy! I couldn't see past Valentines! The twin and burlap add a great texture! TFS!

Cindy Beach said...

Wendy, I somehow "knew" you would go with these flowers. Beautifully!!
Crumb cake is a great neutral with this colors. Love it!
Hope your stampy day is wonderful, friend!

Camille Hyatt said...

Very pretty! Still waiting for your epic Disneyland story :)

Linda Vich said...

This is a lovely card! I like how you framed the flowers and your use of texture with the burlap and red ribbons.

Anonymous said...

This card is so lovely. I am curious as to how you cut the cardstock for this type of standup card. Any information would be appreciated.
Thanks, Vicki