Happy Saturday! How's the day/weekend going for you so far? My weekend is off to a great start. I went to the Raleigh flea market this morning and found some great treasures for my vintage Etsy site that I'll be listing over the next week. It's always so difficult to decide which things to list and which to keep! I only buy stuff I would love to have which makes that decision pretty difficult!
I thought I'd pop in this afternoon and share a card I made during the week. Little by little I'm trying to learn how to use stamps and incorporate the many sets of Papertrey Ink stamps into my projects.
I used five stamps from two sets on this card along with scraps of paper from my stash.
I love the 'Post Marks' set! You can create all kinds of different stamps, post cards and mail related crafts with it!
Another love of mine are these mini paper clips from Tim Holtz! Too often I buy accents that are cute, but never make their way to a project. These clips...swwoooonn...I need another package!
These soft pink tulle flowers from Prima Marketing are another item I've got to purchase more of! Of all the colors they come in! ;)
Well, I've been working on a fun Fourth of July page over the past couple days. I've gotten a little crazy with the stitching on this one so it's taking a while. I'm going to go finish it up so I can share it with you. I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend. :) Kathy
Beautiful and Elegant! Lovely touches.
Super gorgeous Kathy! I love PTI!!! You cards are always so perfect!
Love all the stamps and layering Kathy...and that Prima flower is gorgeous!
This is so, so pretty! Just love it!
You are so amazing when it comes to using the embellishments!! Love the yummy card!
Gorgeous! Love it!
This hits all the right notes for me, Kathy - it's really lovely!
This is just adorable!!!
Cute, cute, cute! Love this vintage postcard look, Kathy! You did a fabulous job with the stamps here. Love that little clip and flower, too. I've almost used up my clips, and am feeling like a few more might be in order, too. :)
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