Friday, November 1, 2013

That's how we roll - Friends with Flair and SSS


It's my first Friday without a DT post in a while, so I thought I would play along with Unity's Friends with Flair challenge.

I pulled out a couple of my favorite itty bitties:  Crappy Day (my all time favorite) and Happy to be Me.

The main image was stamped with Tsukineko Brilliance ink in Cosmic Copper and the clear embossed.  I used my CM custom cutting system templates for the ovals, Amy Tangerine Ready Set Go papers, and some Twinery Peapod twine.

Lots of layers, but pretty easy to pull together.

Since it's Anything Goes week at Simon Says Stamp, I'm linking up over there too.

Hope you are fully recovered from your Halloween sugar binge.  We had a great time.  The rain held off, just a few little drops when we were wrapping up.  We went further than I thought we would, as we ran into one of Ellie's classmates and trick or treated together for a while.  Carina didn't ask to be picked up at all, and the girls were able to hand out candy to a few trick or treaters at our house too.

Have a great weekend, and enjoy all that candy!

Supplies Used
Paper/Cardstock:  AC - Amy Tangerine Ready Set Go 6x6 Pad; CTMH - Colonial White and Autumn Terracotta cardstoack
Stamps:  Unity - Crappy Day and Happy to be Me Itty Bitties
Ink:  Tsukineko - Cosmic Copper Brilliance; CTMH - Topiary
Other:  The Twinery - Peapod Twine; CM - Custom Cutting System (ovals); CTMH - Clear Embossing Powder; Tombow - Mono Adhesive

28 comments:

  1. This has such pretty colors! Great card!

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  2. lovely card with such a sweet image!
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.com

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  3. totally gorgeous.. i love that silhouette image.. so pretty..

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  4. wow I love the pattern paper.

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  5. What a sweet card! I love the color scheme--very cool!

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  6. Oh, this card is gorgeous! I love that stamp!

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  7. This is a fun and sweet card. Your color choices really work together, although I would not have thought to pair them. I do not know much about Unity stamps, but I have to say that I am intrigued by the name of one of the sets you used (Crappy day). I'm going to google it right now.

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  8. I love the colours on your card and that fabulous image too.

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  9. ohhh. the colours are so fun and matches the image perfectly!

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  10. I love this cute card and this Beautiful stamping !

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  11. Beautiful card. I so love that image. Looks great with the sentiment too.

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  12. Soooo sweet. Love this sentiment with the image. Works so well together. Pretty design too. :)

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  13. Such a pretty pairing of image and sentiment, color and pattern!

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  14. Oh very pretty!! I love the colors and the sentiment! I'm glad your halloween was rain free, it was pretty soggy here in MI, so more candy for us!! :)

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  15. very clever indeed Miriam!
    Love your sweet card ;)
    Thank You~

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    1. I love this sweet image, Mirian! Thanks so much for sharing your card with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

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  17. Great card-I love that image! I'm glad your Halloween went smoothly. It rained pretty hard all day in the upper Midwest. My grandson only got to go out for about an hour or so. I think my daughter was fine with that-not so much candy to have to monitor :)

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  18. I love your great card. I have this stamp and just love it

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Wednesday Challenge this week

    Jo x

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  19. EEEK! So pretty...and so cute at the same time. Awesome!

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  20. This is so beautiful Miriam! Love the color combo and how you did the sentiment banner!

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  21. LOL! LOVE this sentiment, especially paired with that darling image! LOVE!

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  22. Love the colours on this Miriam, and that you added the bicycle image in an oval frame really adds to the old-time feel whilst still keeping in touch with modern times!

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