Life Is Sweet

Sunday, July 29, 2012


Life Is Sweet! 
 Now that I have this new stamp I see a new blog header in my future.


I used Maile's tip about cutting 1/4inch off the width of this card to give it more of a long, lean appearance.  I like the effect it gives.

Hope you are having a great weekend!



Carstock: PTI Hibiscus Burst, Soft Stone, Spring Moss Paper
Stamps: PTI Life Is Sweet, Tin Types
Ink: Hibiscus Burst, Sweet Blush, Raspberry Fizz, Dark Chocolate, Soft Stone
Dies: Half and Half, LL Ovals

12 comments :

  1. Such a beautiful card Kara, I am loving those roses more and more.

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  2. K...I need this stamp set! Beautiful card Kara...your designs lead to MANY additions to my PTI shopping cart :)

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  3. I know what Barb means. I see your designs and think "I need that set"! Those roses are gorgeous! Love how you used the Tin Type pattern and the roses on just the label--fantastic focal point! Love your new header too!

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  4. Such a wonderful way to stamp that oval with your gorgeous rose and leaves! Love that sentiment too!

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  5. Beautiful card! This is my favorites set. Love that you added the tin types in the background.

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  6. Love the new blog header!! And this card is beautiful, the stamping in the oval looks like watercoloring...wow!

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  7. Wow--Love the card, and the new blog header. Both are just beautiful.

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  8. This is beautiful! I love the colors you chose and the sentiment.

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  9. Gorgeous card, Kara! I love it! I'm going to have to try stamping on my oval dies like this-- it looks fabulous!
    Great header, too!

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  10. Love the stamping on the oval die, Kara and this is absolutely my kind of card! I love the tip about cutting off a bit to make it a long narrow card. Really pretty stamping on this one too.

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  11. A gorgeous way to use just a little hint of pattern! I love to trim my cards too - it's a fun trick.

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