Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Happy Little Stampers Everyday Sentiments

Hi everyone!

The new June challenge at Happy Little Stampers starts today:

Anything goes with dies! 

I used the Everyday Sentiments from Happy Little Stampers for my card. 
I LOVE that font! You can check it our here.

I stamped it in black on a rounded stitched rectangle from Lil Inker and added a plaid daisy form Simon Says. I put an enamel dot in the center, then backed it all on another plaid rounded stitched rectangle. I chose SU's crumb cake card stock to give a more country Christmas feel.

Head on over to the Happy Little Stampers and play along for a chance to win this prize:

I hope you'll join us!

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Carole said...

OOoooooh...I love that tartan flower.....what a different and clever idea for a Christmas card!

*Vicki* said...

Really love the plaid papers you've used with your design!! Such a gorgeous flower!! :)

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Beautiful flower - who knew that plaid looks great for flowers?!!!

Fongyi Goh said...

What an original idea for a xmas card. Gives a really warm feeling to cold Christmases!

Di said...

Absolutely gorgeous card Laurie! A great way to use tartan and it truly does look like a country Christmas card :)


Di xx

Deepti Aggarwal said...

Beautiful that plaid background and flower..

Inkyfingers said...

What a lovely festive card and that is such a good design that could be adapted for many occasions!

Donna Ellis said...

How lovely this is, Laurie! I enjoy the pretty, modern-take poinsettia cut in patterned paper! FANTASTIC design idea! A very festive Christmas card! hugs, de

Helen Gullett said...

Such a beautiful card! Love the plaid papers and flower. Perfect!

Bożena Adamusińska said...

Hi Laurie,
WOW! Great idea to get on the flower and frame cards use the same paper. It looks amazing! Everything is so beautifully harmonizes and makes this card one of the most beautiful Christmas cards.

Diane said...

love the plaid daisy--simply beautiful!

Emma Sims said...

I love this Laurie, makes me feel festive already!