Saturday, October 13, 2007

Another crisscross card

It's my sister's Barbara birthday, and we are getting together for breakfast tomorrow. I made this birthday crisscross card for her. I am not sure if I liked how it turned out, and I hope she likes it. Ben had an early football game today and I think I'm tired from all the yelling - and yes, his team won 13-6 and are undefeated! I cased this card from the incredibly talented Cambria Turnbow; she is an incredible stamper! I changed a few things from her card on Splitcoasters. Here's the recipe:

Inks: Basic Black, Purely Pomegranate, Certainly Celery, So Safron
Stamps: Figure of Speech, Send a Celebration, Polka Dot Party
Papers: Purely Pomegranate, Cutie Pie, Whisper White
Accessories: Scallop Circle Punch, 1" and 1 3/8" Circle Punches, Brads, 1/16" and 1/8" Handheld Punches, White Ribbon, Sticky Strip, Dimensionals, Sewing Machine and Thread.


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