Thursday, January 17, 2008

Thank You Very Much!

No stamping tonight!

This is a card I made a month or so ago, then decided I didn't like it and didn't post it. I just think it needs something more. Well, since I didn't have anything else for you tonight I decided to post it anyway.

The background stamp is a favorite of mine, and I really do need to use it more often. It's JudiKins Deco Background . I stamped it on blue cardstock using brown ink. I *think* I used VersaMagic Jumbo Java. It was then embossed using JudiKins Detail Clear embossing powder.
The sentiment is Outlines Thank you very much! . I stamped it twice, once on cream cardstock with brown ink, then again on cream cardstsock using blue ink. The center of the blue stamped layer was cut out and layered over the brown layer using Scotch Mounting Tape for dimension.

Very quick and simple card...but sometimes we need those, don't we?

I am going to enjoy having the night off, and do some things around my terribly neglected house! I am, however, already working on a new card for tomorrow, so please be sure to stop back by.

Until then....

8 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

I love this background and the simplicity of this card.

Kerry J. said...

Oh I love that background - I thought for sure it was patterned paper! So pretty! Love the card - very masculine looking(even with the flowers)!

Becky in East Tennessee said...

WOW! That is beautiful! How POPPING!!! I love it!

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

Awesome job with the outlines stamp!! Love the color combo!! Love the background, and love the popped center of the the sentiment!! Awesome!! Man, I really do love that background!!!

Joan B said...

love it. glad you chose to share it.

SpAzzGiRL said...

I love this, the colors are awesome and could easily be a manly card, which I am always in need of...good job!

Alexandra said...

I really like it Michelle - love the background! I am glad you shared it. *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Carolyn King said...

Those are cool stamps. I love the colors u used and love how it can go either way--for a guy or gal. Beautiful card, Michelle!