Thursday, March 21, 2013

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CFC95: No Stamps!

It's CAS-ual Fridays time! 
Are you ready to...gasp...make a card without stamps?! 
Join us for CFC#95: No Stamps...create a project without using stamps! 
Get out your stickers, punches, dies, patterned paper, etc, just no stamps!

The Girl Fridays were lucky enough to receive a great package full of assorted stickers from this week's sponsor, SRM Stickers, and this week's winner of the challenge will win the same awesome package! 

I could not stop making projects with these fun and versatile stickers, so I'll have more to show you as the week goes by! For the card I'm showing today, I used the sweet yellow flower sticker applied to white cardstock, then topped it on a white tissue paper flower I made with a die and my Big Shot. I also used a fun black label sticker and a "Thank You" sticker on bright yellow cardstock. So cheery! 

Be sure and check out the projects from the rest of the Girl Fridays, there's some serious eye candy this week! Then get creative...without stamps...and play along with us! 
Can't wait to see what you create!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

Stamps: NONE :)
Cardstock: SU Whisper White, Daffodil Delight.
Accessories: SRM Stickers, Big Shot, SU Hexagon Embossing Folder and Fancy Flowers Die, Mister Huey's Black Mist Spray, white tissue paper, My Mind's Eye yellow dot thing.


Virginia L. said...

Awesome work, Angi! I love how you used the flower sticker with your gorgeous design! Can't wait to see what you do with the rest of SRM stickers! You rock!!!

Jingle said...

This is SO pretty, Angi! I really love it!

Susan said...

Love what you did with your SRM Stickers Angie! Can't wait to see more.

Linda Callahan said...

Love the bright pop of yellow! So cute - and I always love the bit of spatter you add!

Anonymous said...

I love everything about this! The pop of yellow, embossing, and splatters!

Anonymous said...

Well, again, I hate to be redundant, but this is so neat; nice background/foreground repeat with the yellow; I love the way you kept it mostly white, but added interest with the texture on the cardstock and the multi-layer flower; and the flicks of black paint are just what it all needed. Now if I could just keep this all in mind when I try to create something!