Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Ooh la la! Lookin' fancy!

Happy Day After Valentines Day!!!! I had a GREAT time scooping up some post-V Day goodies at Target this morning! New heart shaped plates, and place mats for next year! (And I think tonight we will celebrate our first ever "Night After Valentines Dinner" so that we can use them, just once, before I pack them away!

So, have you seen the new releases at The {Stamps} of Life yet!? Easter eggs, and coffee and sentiments - OH MY! Be sure to go over to the TSOL website and see the full stamp sets.

I sent these cards to Stephanie, because she needed some samples for her video. I had so much fun watching the video, and seeing her talking about my projects! Crazy me forgot to photograph them before I mailed them to her (it was in the midst of The Great Computer Disaster of 2011) so she was sweet enough to send these CUTE photos to me, so I could post them around. (Having someone else take pictures of your work makes it look SO much cuter, I've decided!) I have some more projects I will share in a few days, but these should getcha started!
The new Easter set is called eggs2hunt. I used it, along with last year's Easter set (which includes the smaller eggs, and the grass,) to create a little gift bag.
Coffee. Coffee. Coffee. This stamp set is adorable! It's called coffee4two and it has a BIG coffee cup, a small one, and lots of fun sentiments to stick on the cup.
I used October Afternoon patterned paper, and my favorite Kraft cardstock (from Discount Cardstock) on both of these cards!!!

I have one more Easter card to share in a few days, so be sure to come back and visit me!!! But for now, the wee one (who has not yet had a nap today) is at my feet, and crying for my attention, so I think I better GO!


Nancy said...

Not only are the cards great, as usual, but I love the background colors, embellishments and spring feeling on your work area where you photographed these cards! Makes me happy and feel like spring fun is just around the corner!

Nancy said...

Okay, I guess you did not photograph them, as I could see from tsol blog and video!