Oh, Hello!

Hello there!  Today's Stampin' Royalty goddess card comes a day late.  We pushed back the day to give us all a little extra time with our families.  This week's challenge is a sketch challenge, so grab your supplies and head on over to the Stampin' Royalty to link it up.


This is a great sketch!  A sketch challenge takes all of the hard work out, you simply pick and choose your elements and your done!

This card has more brand new items that will be available right around the corner.  This great sentiment is from the Oh, Hello stamp set.  This stamp set is also available as a bundle with the oval framelits for added discount.  I have used this bundle a ton since I received it.

New paper anyone?  This new DSP is called Tea For Two, and it has a wonderful vintage feel.  The patterns are great for mix and matching.

I had to dust off my calypso coral card stock, I haven't used it a while, the arrow stamp from the Oh, Hello stamp set was stamped in versamark for a tone on tone look.  Lucky Limeade bakers twine adds a cute bow, and a pretty butterfly was punched with the elegant butterfly punch.

The new little Pretty Petites stamp set and Petite curly label punch can be yours free with a qualifying Sale-a-bration purchase starting on January 22.

Do you ever make a card that you just absolutely love?  This has to be one of my all time favorites.  I really love all of the layers.  I might have to hoard this one, I really considered saving it for the next artisan award competition, but then I would've had to make a second one for this post and my heart really wasn't into it. 

What do you think?  I am very happy with the new products that we are offering in the upcoming Mini Catalog.  Hopefully you have received your copy already, what are your new favorites?  I love to read your comments, I am truly honored that y'all come back day after day!

I hope you were inspired today, enjoy!

Stamps:  Oh, Hello, Pretty Petites
Paper:  Tea for Two DSP, calypso coral, island indigo, naturals ivory card stock
Ink:  Versa mark, early espresso
Tools:  Big shot, ovals framelits, decorative label punch, elegant butterfly punch, petite curly label punch, lucky limeade bakers twine, corner rounder punch, basic pearls


Terry said…
Terrific card! I love the layers too, along with seeing all of the new product. It's so cute!



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