January 17, 2007

All Purpose Card

I have a small stash of all purpose cards. My goal for 2007 is to grow this stash, so that I'm not running around at the last minute for a card. I'm guessing you know exactly what I mean!! This card was made using the now retired Terrific Tulips -- long may this set live! Other supplies used: Weathered Backgrounder by Cornish Heritage Farms, Creamy Caramel (on the background), Apricot and Pumpkin inks, Stickles, earth element brads, Artichoke Marker, White, Artichoke and Creamy Caramel Papers.

10 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card! This is one of my favorite sets too.
    ~~Rita~~

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  2. Good idea and lovely card.

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  3. this is beautiful! I was looking at this weathered wood stamp last night trying to figure out what else I could do with it. What a great idea!

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  4. Love this card!! I may have to CASE this one!! TFS!!

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  5. Beautiful card Joan! Yes, may those tulips live forever -- one of my top 3 all-time favorite SU sets! TFS this beauty!!

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  6. Just beautiful. This is one of my favorite sets - I pull it out whenever I'm in a slump, since it's so easy to work with. Still chuckling, since I was just running around trying to make a birthday card in the 15 minutes before a party last night! :)

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  7. Your card is so pretty Joan. The tulips look as though they were painted on a canvas. Love that background stamp as well as the tulip stamp. I did not get that set and now wish that I had. Yes, I know what it is like to never have enough cards on hand. :)

    Mary

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  8. Very nice card...too bad I don't have any of those stamps! Ha!

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  9. I absolutely LOVE Terrific Tulips - it's one of my very first stamp sets and I was so sad when it retired! Like you, I will continue to use it. By the way, Joan, I loved seeing the picture of you. I had NO idea what you look like! Now I can put a face with a name/blog! You're gorgeous, and you look VERY young! :-)

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