Friday, September 24, 2010

Feminine Fridays Week #9

Feminine Fridays is already here! This week seems to have gone by at lightning speed.  Thankfully the sun has returned and hopefully will stay for awhile. It sure has been dreary in this part of the world. For this week I choose to do somewhat of a CASE from the Stampin' Success Magazine (sent to demonstrators only).  In the July 2010 issue Lynn Pratt was featured on pages 8 and 9. I fell in love with the color combination and the design. This card measures 9 x 4 1/4.  


I used the same colors that Lynn did except for the Natural Ivory, I don't have any so I used Very Vanilla. The other colors are Bravo Burgundy,  Basic Grey and Always Artichoke. Besides making the card a different size I changed it up by using Photo Corners done with the Punch in Bravo Burgundy and did not use a layer to stamp the Thank You. The images are from the stamp set Just Believe.


Inside the card I added a layer of Very Vanilla and stamped the leaves in Basic Grey and Always Artichoke. I gave this card to my Upline Wendy to thank her for swapping cards for me at Convention this year.

***REGINA'S MISSION***

Choose something by a featured stamper in Stampin' Success
and make it your own. 

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Be sure to drop by Regina's blog next week to see what she comes up with. It's sure be to be jaw dropping gorgeous!

See ya next week!

2 comments:

Regina Andari said...

Julie, I love your card!!! Isn't it fun to get a wild hair to create a card that's not the usual size and shape? Love your color combo, too! It seems that you're thinking of cooler weather like I am. BTW, I enjoyed the video of Frankii running in the rain. He's so cute, and he has such a nice yard to run in! Can't wait to see the next video. I'll bet you'll have a video tutorial before too long. ;-) Also, I look forward to finding the inspiration for my next Feminine Fridays project. I love the missions!

Anonymous said...

Oh Julie that is a very cleaver idea for a card. It sure took you out of your box. I like It very much. Can you make an envelope to match. Oh silly me of course you can. Later

Betty