Friday, April 15, 2011

You're Spoon-tacular

I'm back! I've been awol for over a week and it feels good to be posting again. My husband had shoulder surgery and its been a long 10 days, lol! He was feeling a little better so I gave him the get well card I made him, I posted it here. I had to wait for him to feel better before I gave him a nasty card, lol! He's on the road to recovery so I get to play again. Its the 15th and that means a new release at Clear Dollar Stamps! I chose to play with the Kitchen Clutter set. I printed the stamp out twice and cut them out twice, it gives the image a great 3d effect. I made the background by scoring very vanilla and then sponging it with creamy caramel. The spoon paper is part of the colour stamp set. Go on over and take a look at all the great stamps being released!
I've entered this into Totally Stampalicious anything goes, Your Next Stamp Challenge which is texture, and Catch the Bug Challenge to use 4 or more layers.

Stamps: Clear Dollar Stamps Kitchen Clutter, Stampin Up Simple Stripes
Paper: Stampin Up very vanilla, real red, basic black, whisper white, kitchen clutter colored
Ink: cherry cobbler, creamy caramel
Other: recollections mini brads, scor-pal


  1. AWW! I missed you girl!! I'm so glad to have you back and to hear that hubby is doing better...because of your great care I'm sure!! ;) What a fun card!! That sentiment is too cute and your colors are brilliant hun!! Enjoy your weekend!! Smiles, Vicki

  2. Hi Dawn! So glad to hear your hubby is on the road to recovery...after all, a girl needs her stamp time!!! I'm having surgery next week and am planning when I can get back into my stamp room!!!! I really love your card!!!! Super fabulous scored background layer too!


  3. Oh Dawn....I love how you used this digi and the paper too. Awesome.

  4. Fabulous card Dawn, really like your background DP and the double layering of the spoons - gives them such a true shadow effect. Pretty good sentiment too! Love it!!

  5. Super cute! This is an awesome card, I love what you have done with the spoons!! Great job!