Friday, October 12, 2012

Springtime ... but it feels like winter

After the very warm days we had over the weekend, yesterday it poured with rain (nobody is complaining after having none for 2 months), and today it is very windy and cold.  Just can't pick it at the moment.

I have been wanting to get into the Hero Arts challenge a little more regularly, given the number of their stamps I have, which have hardly been touched.  So with a bit of help from a couple of other challenges, as the inspiration around here is a bit low, here is what I have come up with.

I have found lately that I need cards without a sentiment. When I write to my family, yes, snail mail style,  they love to get a card

What you need
Cardstock - PTI white
Stamps - HA Lotus Leaves, Pattern Hearts and Flowers, Year round sentiments.
Ink - SU Primrose Petals, Early Espresso;  Memento Cantaloupe.
Seam Binding - SU Pear Pizzazz
Gems - Kaisercraft


  1. Weather is wet and windy down here too :o(

    Love your card and that seam binding bow is gorgeous. I too love to have cards on hand with no sentiment.

  2. I'm another fan of cards without a sentiment, but I don't see many of them in blogland. This is beautiful, and the bow is stunning.

  3. Such a fun and fresh card! Thanks for playing with us at The Play Date Cafe!

  4. Hi Cassandra! Had a lovely time this morning going back through your blog and catching up on all the cards that I have missed lately! Especially love the "Bella Bleu" one and the sparkly "9" card ! This one is lovely too and I love the idea of making cards with no sentiments and using them to send letters to family. Think I will do that too! TFS!
    btw...the weather seems fine to me!...much better than Melbourne!

  5. So pretty! The layout is great, and I love all the details you incorporated. I like cards without sentiments, too. :) Thanks for joining us at The Play Date Cafe!


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