Friday, September 17, 2010

Stamp Simply blog hop winner and another circle card

Hi everyone!  The Stamp Simply Ribbon store blog hop winner comes from comments left on my blog this month!  Woohoo!  Random.org chose:

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...
Michelle, this gift set is beyond words!!! So elegant....love it!! Hugs, Sabrina
Congrats Sabrina!!  You win this FABULOUS Kaisercraft Utopia Kit:

Please contact Sharon at ssj@up.net and be sure to put "Blog Hop Winner" in the subject line.

I also have a card to share, yep another circle card!  Have you seen enough of these from me lately?  Well today's Fall To Layout sketch was A CIRCLE card.  So how could I not play along?  heehee! 

My card uses the lovely papers from Webster's Pages, Garden Gala Triple pack.  Can't get enough of these lovely prints.  The ribbon is the Wrinkled ribbon in cream, the thinness of this ribbon makes it perfect to make double bows with!  The perfectly matched Kaiser Pearls are in Blush, Latte and Bliss.
See the stamped border on both sides of the sentiment?  I used a rectangle frame stamp from the JustRite Stampers set, Victorian Nested Frames & Occasions.  Here's what I did with the stamp to get the borders that close together.  I cut the frame at all 4 corners and placed them closer together on the stamping block.  I've cut my stamps before, don't be afraid to do this!!
Because of the nature of JustRite stamps and their stamping blocks, putting the cut pieces back together in the original rectangle is EASY!  See?  Just snap them on and good as new:

That's it for tonight!  Thanks for stopping by and have a great evening!


The Stamp Simply Kaisercraft Utopia KIT can be seen here, along with all other KITS available.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Card Deets:
Stamps - Victorian Nested Frames and Occasions (JustRite Stampers)
Ink - Memento Rich Cocoa
Paper - Cream cardstock, Garden Gala triple pack (Webster's Pages)
Accessories - ribbons, circle nestabilities, and pearls (Stamp Simply Ribbon Store)

 


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9 comments:

  1. Oh, your little circle card is darling and I LOVE what you did with the frame - it looks totally amazing!!!! Another FAB project!!!

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  2. Sneaky!!! Great idea to cut it! You are a Genius!

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  3. Really like your circle card for the sketch challenge. Thanks for the tip on cutting up the frame.

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  4. stunning, Michelle!!!But I always expect nothing else from you :) You are my ribbon and circle card guru :) Just received my CC Mitten Weather and Pixiliscious in the mail today with some fun Spellbinders dies (Mitten, Fancy Hearts, and another Christmas one with a reindeer :) Lovin' the Webster pages :)

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  5. Another beauty Michelle! I'm totally smitten by the three little pearls and the little strip of strips. Tiny things with major impact!!

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  6. You've created a beautiful scene and so fabulous that you include some tips to help recreate your gorgeous project! We'd love to have you enter some of your fabulous things in the challenges over at http://www.papercraftstar.blogspot.

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  7. Oh, I love this Michelle, especially love the three pearls, so beautiful! Wow, thanks for sharing the idea of cutting the frame, what a great idea! I wonder if the rubber is pliable enough to wrap it on a circular stamper, will have to give this a try ... LOL!

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  8. Michelle, first of all "Thank You" so very much for choosing me for the Blog Candy.....I can't wait!! :D:D Your card is so ery beautiful!! The round shape is fabulous! Have a blessed weekend. Hugs, Sabrina

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  9. Hi Michelle,

    What a beautiful card! And, thank you for the head's up on cutting stamp frames. It looks like it worked wonderfully! They don't dry out or anything? Wonderful!

    He IS Able,
    Traci S.
    http://He-IS-Able.blogspot.com

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