Happy Friday

Pixie_gemstone Hello Stampers!!

This card is very similar to the one I posted the other day.  But, I made a few changes when I had a lady ask if she could buy some.  I wasn’t sure what to do about the brad in the center, and this is what I came up with…a gemstone!!  They are so stinkin cute!!!  Now, I just need gemstones in all 48 colors!!!  just kidding, we all know I’ve never used Handsome Hunter….. you know, if a non stamper was reading this post, they would probably wonder "what is handsome hunter" would they think I was talking about my hubby?Gemstone_cards_for_shack_2

These cards were made with two stamps sets "Time Well spent" in the new catalog available Jan 1st (we pray) and "Fundamental Phrases" (have you checked out "fundamental phrases?  it’s an amazing set!!) 

Don’t forget to post a comment to enter to win this card today.  I’ll draw a name Saturday evening!!

If you would like to purchase some of these cards, click on the Chic n’ Scratch Shack and check them out!

Have a Happy Friday!

What’s next…RAKS and contraband weekend!  I’m going to share with you some cards I’ve made lately using non Stampin’ Up! merchandise. 

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Date: 9:38 AM | Permalink | Comments (23)

Comments

  1. Lydia Ramirez

    Cute,cute card, I can’t wait for the new catalog.

  2. Julie

    How do you get the dry embossed square on your card? I hope I win!

  3. very pretty!

  4. Maria H.

    I can’t wait to see the new set, it looks cool. I like the gemstone in the middle. Awesome card!

  5. Whitney Sebert

    Love this card…looking forward to seeing more of your wonderful ideas!

  6. I followed the link from your SCS post and I just wanted to let you know that I’m glad I did. You have a great blog!

  7. Tai

    Angie:

    These are create cards and I have to make a few myself. I just love your creations.

    Tai

  8. these are so pretty, love the simplicity and elegance of them.

  9. Anne Granger

    Hi Angie,

    Love the cards that you did. I read your blog everyday all the way from Dorchester, Ont, Canada.
    Love all your projects and thanks for showing off your talents to others.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!

    Anne

  10. JenMarie

    BEAUTIFUL!!! I’m lovin your blog!!

  11. Jan

    I am in South Carolina and just ran across your blog. Your cards are beautiful.

  12. Kristy Rooney

    Simple yet very elegant!
    Love them
    Kristy

  13. Kristy Rooney

    Simple yet very elegant!
    Love them
    Kristy

  14. TanyaS.

    Great cards!!! I love them, on my list to try these. So simple, but so pretty!! GREAT JOB!!!

    Tanya

  15. Hi! I just stumbled on to your blog through SCS and WOW! You have great stuff! These cards are perfect…as is a lot of your stuff. Just simple and pretty without all the fluff. Great work!

  16. Tammy Clayton

    Once again you have come up with a darling card. Thank you so much for your willingness to post these ideas, you are amazing. I’m crossing my fingers that I win!

  17. Elizaeth Smith

    What pretty card!! Can’t wait to see the new catalogue.
    Elizabeth

  18. Anonymous

    Love the elegant simplicity of these cards.

  19. Sharon Canter

    Angie, these cards are so elegant! I love your embossed squares around the flower. How did you do that? Thank you for all your wonderful ideas!!!!

  20. Hmm…tried to post, but for some reason it didn’t appear. I may be too late for the ‘drawing’ but really I must compliment you on this card, it is really beautiful and such a clean design. TFS.

  21. Sandra

    Angie, you have an amazing site. I love these cards … they are fabulous. I also really like the instructions you do up for your cards. I have been playing around trying to come up with something that I like … I love yours and will have to incorporate it.

  22. You really need to stop showing all these cute cards, you’re making me want to purchase the nestability dies.

  23. These are so wonderful and easy. This card makes me want to purchase a cuttlebug. Is that what you used? I did not realize they had a embossing plate like this until I looked it up.

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