Friday, January 6, 2012

Celebrate!


Since this is my first post of the 2012, let me wish you a....

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

What a great way to kick things off, with the
first challenge of 2012 over at
 
 
 and how fun because YOU could be one of our 'Temps'
as a Guest Designer!
All the details are over at CAS-ual Fridays!


 This week's challenge is to use chipboard and mine are from
Pink Paislee's 'Soiree' collection.  They are actually dimensional stickers
which I am calling chipboard 'light' : )
I've embossed the background with the large Polka Dot EF from
Cuttlebug and stamped this fun sentiment from Paper Smooches.


We are super excited to have


as this week's sponsor and don't forget, not only will this week's
winner have a fantastic shopping spree from Simon Says Stamps
but they will also win a spot as a Guest Designer

Can't wait to see you there!!!


Project Recipe:
Stamps: Sentiment Sampler from Paper Smooches
Ink: Tuxedo Black by Momento from A Muse Studio
Embellishments: Pearls from Recollections
'Soiree' 3-D Stickers from Pink Paislee
Tools: Polka Dot EF by Cuttlebug, Big Shot


11 comments:

PrinzessinN said...

I love this card!

Liz Williams said...

Cute card and the embossing is such a nice background.

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Lovely card! ;o)

Lindsey said...

What a fun card, Julie! That polka dot bg is definitely going on my wish list. ;)

Sarah Anderson said...

Happy New Year! That polka dot folder's now on my wishlist too! Gorgeous card, love the texture of the white and the splashes of colour xx

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

LOOOOOOVE! I love the simplicity and that flag embellie! SO CLEVER!!!

Donna Bowman said...

Fun card Julie! Love the flags!

Donna Bowman said...

Fun card Julie! Love the flags!

Lisa said...

LOVE this Julie!!! That little floral pennant is the sweetest!!!

Mynnette said...

Those pennants are awesome against the dry embossed white! :) So stunning!!!

Suzanne Russell said...

So fresh and bright! I love the subtle touch of glitter amongst the variety of patterns. It certainly looks like a celebration announcement!