LSC205 on Splitcoast

January 30, 2009 at 2:18 pm 2 comments

I thought I’d try my hand at this posting thing (Cathy has done it so far). This is a card I made for the Limited Supplies Challenge on Splitcoast Stampers (SCS) today. The challenge was to keep the card simple. I used Whisper White CS and the inks were Kiwi Kiss, Baja Breeze & Pacific Point. I absolutely love this new stamp set called Fifth Avenue Florals. I can see so many great applications for it and there are already loads of amazing cards on the SCS gallery with it. I still have trouble tying a bow for goodness sake, even though I know the left over right, right over left rule. Obviously, more practice is necessary! Anyway, I must get to my real job, so thanks for stopping by and have a terrific day!


Entry filed under: Cards, Split Coast Stampers Challenges, Stampin Up.

LSC205 on Splitcoast So, This is a Little Distressing…

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. jacque4u2c  |  January 30, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    This so stunning. I love the colors and the sharpness of it. Beautiful!

  • 2. Karen Motz  |  February 3, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    VERY pretty Donna! Love the simplicity of this. 🙂


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