Thursday, August 21, 2008

                   
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Rub-Ons, anyone? Hidden Garden...


Happy Thursday! It's almost Friday, yahoo! I have to say first thing, thank you for all of your amazingly sweet, nice, thoughtful comments recently! I can't tell you how much I look forward to reading them, especially during this difficult, transitional, back-to-work phase! lol! So big hugs to all of you...

On to the card...I mailed this out last week to a wonderful online friend and personality (if you know her, you know what I mean!), Rose Kerry, because she organized a fabulous shoebox swap for us at Convention. She's one of the most thoughtful, generous people you'll ever meet and a total hoot to boot! Love ya, Rose!

It's another simple dimple card, but you know I like those! The base is Kraft cardstock, then I used a Chocolate Chip rub-on from the new Hidden Garden and an *r* from the On Board Loads of Letters. At Convention, we got 2 full sheets of extra rub-ons and a full sheet of chipboard letters for our Make & Take projects, which is always a nice perk!

Two random, non-stamping things:
1. Have you seen the Ped Egg? They are fabulous, I'm talking miracles here! You have to get one! They're at Target, Walgreens, etc.
2. Go see the movie Tell No One, it's so stinkin' good, very Hitchcock like!

Okay, ta-ta for now! Thanks so much for stopping by! Have you stamped something today?

Recipe
Stamps: All Holidays Cardstock: Kraft, Whisper White, Bella Rose DSP. Ink: Staz-On Brown. Accessories: Chocolate Chip Taffeta Ribbon, Hidden Garden Rub-ons, Vintage Brad, On Board Loads of Letters.

14 comments:

~amy~ said...

Ooooh....simple dimple but oh-so-striking!!! Hey, I like your random non-stamping things...thanks! btw, you enabled me...sort of...I've been enjoying...loving...diggin...your cards with the Top Notes die that I broke down and bought a used diecutter on SCS...woo Hoo!!!! I can't wait to order that die...and play around with my first diecutter:) Happy Thursday Angie...it is almost Friday!

Tara said...

gorgeous...love simple cards!!
wow...gonna have to try the ped-egg...we have been making fun of it all summer since we saw the commercials!! :)

Becky Carafa said...

OOOO, so cool! Kraft has been my cardstock base of choice lately, and this is wonderful! (I really love the dsp, lol).

2stampis2b said...

Love it! I'm reaching for Kraft to showcase a little DSP a lot these days!

Stampvamp said...

This is so stunning! I love your work and I've given you an award. You can get it at my blog...www.stamphappens.com. Thanks for the inspiration!

kathleenh said...

I love the way you used the rub-on on your card Angie.

That Ped egg has my name on it. There's always another reason to run to Target. hehehe.

Donna said...

HA! you're too funny, the ped egg (I remember seeing that on tv and wondered who would buy that, now I know-it's good to take care of your feet)! your card is awesomely simple

Lisa H. said...

just love this, as I do all your projects! I've been wondering how to use these rubons we got at convention! nice!

Karen Kelly said...

Love the colors you chose. I haven't used Kraft cardstock in a couple of months...maybe it will be on the brain and I can use some this week :-) I love simple cards, too...you can make more that way, right?

Alexandra said...

Oooh, love this and I just got my rub-ons today, whoohoo!! Have to play - yours looks gorgeous, girl!! And yep, have a ped egg, need to see the movie - LOL! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Lori said...

Very cute card Angie! It is very sweet!

Well, you know how I feel about the Pedi Egg!! And when did you slip out to see that movie! Are you skipping school already?!?!?!?

Lor

s00zy66 said...

Very purty, Angie! I love the colors!

Savor the Journey * TexasGrammy said...

Oh my word! Now you're mastering the 'art of simplicity'! I truly LOVE this, Angie!

It can't be back to school time! We didn't stamp!!

Catherine said...

this might be a simple dimple card but it's sure is simply gorgeous!