Thursday, April 19, 2012

Sunshine Roses

I just won this beautiful stamp set from a 90-minute scramble that Tina hosted awhile ago, and chose it because of these beautiful roses.  The Hero Arts challenge this month is "Sunshine and Showers", so I decided to stamp these roses in the new Butter Bar mid-tone ink.  I love how it turned out!

Sunshine Roses

supplies: white cardstock, Stampin Up Top Notch die, Hero Arts CG434 Floral Blossoms, S5208 Designer Woodgrain, CL491 Made with Love, AF207 Butter Bar mid-tone ink, VersaFine onyx black ink

To see some more beautiful cards using this stamp, please visit our Hero Arts flickr group.

15 comments:

  1. Hi Lin! (that's my middle name by the way!) Love this card! I have been drooling over that woodgrain background stamp for so long... i'm taking stumbling upon your blog as a "Sign" to treat myself to it finally! x

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  2. Love the roses in yellow, Lin! So pretty! :)

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  3. Monochromatic magic, Lin! A ray of sunshine in an envelope, for sure! Love it!

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  4. loving all this yellow...and that background is awesome...great card Lin..

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  5. This card just reeks sunshine, Lin!! Love it!

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  6. Oh Lin I love what you've done with this stamp! It's so beautiful in yellow! Gorgeous! :> This is my favorite stamp too I had to pack it up as I can't stop playing with it! :> But your making me want to pull i tout again!

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  7. GORGEOUS Lin, great choice on your stamp winnings too, very pretty roses! The yellow wood grain background looks amazing ;)

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  8. WOW!!! Superb card Lin. I love it so much. Gorgeous yellow.

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  9. OH be still my rosy heart! The monochromatic yellow with those roses is perfect! Sentiment is perfect for this sunny card!

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  10. Beautiful, beautiful! Love the elegance and clean design...so pretty!

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  11. I have got to get that stamp pad, I am so in love with that amazing shade of yellow and it worked perfectly on your wonderful card.

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  12. very pretty Lin. Lovely colours

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  13. Love your card! And I would never have thought of stamping the wood grain in yellow (I have a hard time thinking out of the box!!), but it looks amazing!!

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  14. This is such a wow card! The pop of the flowers against the wood grain is fab!

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  15. Wow! Stunning! Love the monochromatic look!

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