August 18, 2011

CCMC163

I just love my card for today's color challenge at Create with Connie & Mary. I knew I wanted to use the "Now You're Cookin' Stamp" and I decided to create an apron with it. Here are the colors you are to use for today:

My apron card:


I colored the stamp image with Stampin' Write Markers and stamped the image side-by-side. Make sure you color the image both times. I adorned both edges of the cardstock piece with 2 border pieces made with the new Ribbon Border Punch. Just tuck them both underneath the cardstock piece.

I punched one extra strip and cut out 3 little flowers from the center of the strip. I added a Pearl Jewel in the center of each flower and also on the teacups. Let me know what you think of my little apron and come join us today. I love to see all the different ideas different stampers come up with using the same colors. It's so interesting!

If you would like a pattern of the apron, click HERE for a copy. It is a PDF pattern loaded in Google Docs.

Card Supplies:
  • Cardstock: Tangerine Tango, So Saffron, Pacific Point, Whisper White
  • Inks: So Saffron, Pacific Point, Stampin' Write Markers in Pacific Point, Tangerine Tango, So Saffron
  • Tools: Ribbon Border Punch, Corner Rounder Punch
  • Stamp Sets: You're A Gem, Dot, Dot, Dot, Now You're Cookin'
  • Accessories: Pearl Jewels, 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon

9 comments:

  1. I love it too! You are so creative! Very cute!

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  2. I love the apron card! This stamp set was made for this!! And the colors are perfect!! Great job!

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  3. Debbie - Thanks so very much for being a generous person with sharing your creativity. You are much appreicated. Oh, I love the "print friendly" aspects too! this card is just one more in the line of outstanding cards you've created!

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  4. Totally adorable! That apron is just a perfect match for the stamp. Wonderful.

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  5. Oh this so reminds me of my mom!!!! She wore aprons for years and years. Thanks so much for the pattern, I will be making her a card. Yours is fabulous! I love how you used the border punch, too! Hugs,

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  6. Oh Debbie, this is retro-fantastic! Love the apron card and the way you've used the lace border punch is stellar! The bitty flowers you cut out are so clever! Thanks for sharing the PDF--it will be perfect for a co-worker of mine!!

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