Saturday, July 10, 2010

Featured stamper #178-Charlene Driggs

I made this card in honor of my good stampin bud Charlene Driggs.

Charlene (aka cookiebaker)  has been named the Featured Stamper #178 over at Splitcoast Stampers! Now how cool is that??? You must go visit her blog, Paper and Ink Playground.   


I chose to case THIS card. Charlene is known for her fabulous clean and simple cards.(and they are not as easy as they appear either!)  I have never played along with the Featured Stamper Challenge before, so I hope I didn't mess it up!

I am so excited for you Charlene, sorry to be sliding in sideways on the last day, but I made it!

Card details:

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Stamps: Retired sentiment from Stampin Up, Simple Sayings
Cardstock: Choc Chip and Very Vanilla (SU!), Quite Contrary by My Minds Eye
Ink: Memento Cocoa
Misc: Martha Stewart border punch, Choc Chip satin ribbon and SU pink button

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12 comments:

Pam S. said...

so pretty! the brown really accents the border punch! It's so fun to have all these punches to choose from anymore!!! I love them!
Pam Going Postal

Eve said...

Very pretty! luv the comb. of pink & chololate brown! Nice comb.of beautiful punches, too!

Our Little Inspirations said...

I just love love love this C&S design, and the colors and papers all work perfectly together!! Great CASE!

Cindy Haffner said...

BEAUTIFUL!!

SNOOPY said...

FANTASTIC!

Hugs,
Snoopy :D

Silli said...

So beautiful Sue, love the colors and the fabby border...Perfect! BIG hugs

Allison said...

Stunning...you're killing me.

Elena said...

You did a very nice job on this challenge!I love pink and brown together! The flower border is so elegant! And what a pretty bow with the button!

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

Hey Sue! This is just too cure. Love that border you have!!

Thanks for visiting my blog. For the removal of my popcorn ceilings, you are right. Wet it down (big time) and wait 15 minutes, then wet again, then wait then scrap. Use a drop cloth and then bundle it up and throw away. It will be dirty, messy and very painful for your neck and arms. BUT due to the asbestos factor, having a contractor do it was NOT an option due to cost and can you say hazmat suits? As a homeowner, we can do these things ourselves.

Hugs, michelle

Diane said...

Oh I love it Sue! The soft dp looks fab on that brown.

2 Worlds said...

This is great !

Charlene said...

Thanks, girlfriend! I love your pink and brown!

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