April 23, 2010

{TGIF} Happy FRIDAY!


My favorite day of the week
after Saturday & Sunday is FRIDAY!!!
TGIF!!! 

Even better yet, today I was able to take off work early so I've had a few hours to stamp it up and get a head start on the weekend chores.   It's a rainy drizzly day here in Nebraska.  What's it like in your world today?  :)
If you follow my blog regularly, this card may look quite familiar.  I posted one very similar to it last week that used the same wonderful layout by Mercy.  I also made another card last week with these designer papers and flipped the sketch horizontally.  The photo below shows the inside of the card, left blank for a handwritten note or personal greeting.


 Not much else to say about this card, but I do want to give a shout out to all my new "Followers"!  I'm thrilled to have you visiting my blog and hope you like what you see.  If you ever have any questions or need any Stampin' Up! products, I would be so HAPPY to help you! 

Happy Stamping & Smiles 2 U! 



"There is little chance that meteorologists can solve the mysteries of weather until they gain an understanding of the mutual attraction of rain and weekends." ~Arnot Sheppard
  
Supply List: All Supplies are Stampin' Up! unless noted.
Stamps: Close as a Memory
Ink: sponging with Versafine Vintage Sepia, flowers were colored with Stampin' Write markers direct to rubber.
Paper: Mauve Mist (retired SU color), designer paper (K & Company)
Other: oval dies (Spellbinders), white linen thread, stitching with Janome Sew Mini, baja breeze corduroy button, scalloped edge punch, corner punch, pearl stickers (M's)

5 comments:

Gail S. said...

TGIF Pam!! It was rainy here most of the day in central NE. Hopefully no one gets bad storms 0 just rain. Have a great weekend - I will be getting ready for my son's graduation. Then Debbie and I are going to come visit you some day this summer!!

Marisa said...

I thought of you when I used this stamp today since you have used it quite a few times over the past month or so. Like how you cut off the one stem to make it a smaller "bunch". Great stitching, colours and sponging. Another beauty :D

Stephanie said...

This card is so lovely, Pam!! I really like the idea of decorating the top of the inside rather than the bottom (which I usually do!).

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

I am getting ready for my son's graduation too and Gail and I ARE coming to see you! Ü

I LOVE this card! esp the corduroy button.

Creative Mish said...

Beautiful as usual. I really love the soft muted colors on this card.
We've had rain too.. I had to break down and turn my heat back on but today is supposed to be a little warmer and sunny.