Saturday, November 24, 2007

A Happy Birthday

Sorry to everyone for the lack of recent posts. I know that I promised you a Lizzie Anne card several days ago, and here I am just now posting it. Well, you know how it is with Thanksgiving, cooking, preparing, eating, waking from your tryptophan coma, etc... :) Now, though, I've got a moment to show you something I made a week or so ago.

This is a 4 1/4 in. sq. card that was very quick and easy to make. I used three LAD sets, Sketched Sentiments, L'Amour, and In the Background. The scallop was made with my Marvy Giga punch, and I just folded the Teal layer over top of it and wrapped it with a ribbon. I added some complimentary tone on tone flowers to the top third of the background, and stuck down the main image with dimensionals. Add the sentiment and brads and voila! It's a great one for that last minute birthday card you need!

Well, there are a few things that I wanted to make sure you knew/remembered, so here they are...

1. Make sure you check out my previous post for a chance to win an awesome unreleased Hanna Stamps stamp set!

2. The Hanna Stamps website is finally LIVE, so go check it out HERE.

3. MFT previews will be starting up really soon for their upcoming release, so stay tuned!

I think that that's about it! I'll be back soon with another LAD card for you! Have a great weekend!


Fine Print...
Paper - Stampin' Up!, Papertrey Ink; Bazzill Brads; Lizzie Anne Designs stamps; May Arts ribbon; A Muse Twinkle Stickers; Ink - Stampin' Up!, Palette Noir; Marvy Scallop Punch


  1. This is so sweet! I love the layout with the stamped border across the top. These little square cards are so cute and fun!

  2. Totally cute! I love the stamped border at the top too! This is such a fun card!

  3. Really like this card Kirsten...Love the colors you used!!!

  4. I love your card. The colors are so beautiful and I love how you used your scalloped punch.

  5. This is such a cute card...a great idea for a quick greeting! Love it.

  6. This is very pretty! I love the colors and the whole design.


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