Sunday, April 1, 2012

A is for a*muse|studio

My friend Chautona gave me a link to this cool April challenge to Blog from A to Z in the month of April.  You can read more about it here!  After some thinking it through I decided to go ahead and give it a shot.  I have several cards that I have not blogged yet that fit well into the first few days of this challenge until I can make some more.  If nothing else it will stretch me and make me more accountable in my sharing.


The challenge starts today!  I will be attempting to blog one letter a day except for Sundays (since today is the first we are blogging today) and of course that means today is A!  To me Aa stands for a*muse|studio!  For those who don't know- I am a creative consultant for a*muse|studio.  If you like to papercraft then this is a fabulous company to check out.  You can find out more here and order online 24/7!  Most of the products I use are a*muse|studio (although there are a few extras here and there).  My card today uses all a*muse|studio products and was for today's Featured Stamper challenge over at Splitcoast Stampers.  My inspiration card was found here!  I kept the color scheme, the layout, and the overall theme of the card.  I changed the stamps used and used a different nestabilities shape and left the embossing off the card.  I hope you enjoy the card!


Recipe (my inlinkz is not ready to load at this time)
Stamps used: Friend to Friend (my all time favorite set because it's so versatile), Just Because
Ink: Navy
Paper- Vanilla, navy, sky
Accessories- Nestabilities, navy and bubblegum buttons, twinkle stickers, bubblegum satin ribbon

2 comments:

eclectivity said...

I love this card! You did a fabulous job.

I love a|muse too. Their gingham paper is FABULOUS! You must have it. Don't debate. Buy. Just sayin'.

michele659 said...

Your cards are very creative and original! I like to make cards once in a while,but I'm not as skilled in it as you are.
I know what you mean when you say in your profile that you like being still sometimes and crafting does help with that. It's very meditative.
Thanks for sharing these and look forward to seeing more!

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