Tuesday, June 05, 2007

bub bye Roses in Winter...




stamps: Roses in Winter, Noteworthy, French Script, Print Pattern
paper: Cameo Coral, Very Vanilla, Basic Black
ink: Garden Green, Lavender Lace, Basic Black, Cameo Coral, Regal Rose, Barely Banana, Versamark, Certainly Celery, Colorbox Chalk ink in Charcoal and Rose Coral
accessories: May Arts ribbon, clear embossing powder from Stampendous!, heat gun


I am going to miss Roses in Winter and French Script when it retires. No, nope, I WON'T give them up. I stamped the rose with Barely Banana that was rock 'n rolled in Coral. Then, for the second layer, I stamped it with a second generation(or stamp off) of Coral. The top layer is Regal Rose. I really wanted to use the Cameo Coral tonight. Poor thing, so neglected. I did the leaves with Celery rocked with Garden Green.

I am real sorry that I haven't been blogging lately. The kids are making our days so busy! Baseball for 2 boys and soccer for one. We've been eating McDonald's WAY too much while on the run. My house is a mess and my craft table seems a little dusty. Hang in there with me! I really miss you all!

5 comments:

Sandie C said...

What beautiful roses you make and what a great card. I love this set too - some stamps you simply cannot part with and this is one of those!! Thanks for sharing how you made those gorgeous looking roses - I have yet to master roses as lovely as yours.

Wanda. said...

SO pretty Lauri

Lesley Clark said...

Lauri, I too would never part with Roses in Winter. It's such a versital set. Love your color choices.

Kristine said...

Me either!! I LOVE this set :) Sorry I haven't been around lately. I just LOVE your new banner :) That's sooo cool!! Ya know, you can change the green around the banner too--eliminate it, or change the green background color to literally anything. Visit Visibone.com for lotsa colors and just insert them in the HTML where it says background color. :) Looks GREAT though the way it is.

Chris Smith said...

You are so right about Roses in Winter, and this card really shows why. Enjoy your busy ballgame days!