Saturday, February 1, 2014

After a nice hiatus The Drunken Stampers are Back!!!

It was nice having a short rest but it’s time to get a challenge out there for you. Now we are making this easy it’s an Anything Goes challenge. Check out all the details on the main blog  you can click HERE and while you are there check out all the great projects the design team has come up with.
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Now doesn’t this make you think SPRING? This card was made with all Stampin’up products, The design was my demo’s but the work was mine. The tulips are a single stamp but I stamped them three times, of course had to do some masking. They were coloured with Ink and a blender pen, the patterned paper is from the Sale-a-bration catalogue. The scalloped circle is pool party cardstock. The card is a square card.
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Here is the semi-finished inside, just waiting for the sentiment. This would be perfect for an Easter card or a birthday card.
Thanks for stopping by today and don’t forget to get your crafty on and join the Drunken Stampers Challenge Blog for the Anything Goes challenge.We would love to see your creations and you might be the Life of the Party.

9 comments:

Lynn's Place said...

Very pretty ...brings you to wonderful thoughts of spring awesome...tfs

Sandy Marcuzzi said...

Very pretty! Spring can't come soon enough!

Karen Schroeder said...

Love your card...it's beautiful! I want the tulips as soon as possible...this winter has gone on too long!

Donna said...

Beautiful card Barb! Makes me feel warmer already! Go Team Drunken Stampers!!

Chris D. said...

What a beautiful card! Love the masked tulips! Now I'm wishing for Spring even more so! LOL!

Lindsey said...

Love this card, Barb. Nothing like spring tulips to banish the winter blues!

Violent Kittie said...

I miss tulips and all the green things. To me this card says, "hope," as in I hope spring gets here soon! Beautiful work!

Jessi Fogan said...

Tulips are definitely the big sign of spring at my house :) Love the colours!!

Tracy said...

Your card is so pretty.
And yes, it does remind me of Spring…which can come any time now ;)