March 16, 2010

Taken with Razzleberry

Hey everyone... Just a quick post, my stamping space is currently covered in what looks like all the supplies I own - yup, I have a project in the works! More on that at the end of the week.

I wanted to share this card I made last week - I finally managed to get a good photo of it. Keeping with my theme of challenging myself with colour combos - I teamed Rich Razzleberry with Pink Pirouette, and another colour I don't use often, Taken with Teal.

I've used another new product here - the Top Note die for the Bigshot (also works in other die cutting machines) Of all the dies, I was looking forward to Top Note the most, but just haven't found time to play with it much yet. It makes great shaped cards though!

Even with the topper, this card fits in a standard size envelope which is good, makes for easy posting!

I'll be back tomorrow morning with my Project Tuesday offering for this week - it's a fantastic project you're going to love - great for scrap bookers and card makers alike!

Stamps: Pocket Silhouettes, Think Happy Thoughts, Sweet Little Sentiments
Paper & Card: Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Pink Pirouette Card.
Candy Lane DP.
Ink: Taken with Teal, Rich Razzleberry
Punches: 1 1/4", 1 3/8" & Scalloped Circle Punches.
Other: White Gel Pen, Top Note Die, Rich Razzleberry Ribbon, Flower Fusion II
E-mail me to purchase.


  1. oh nice colour combo trio, like the shape of the card too. Cute owl down in the post below.

  2. Could this be the most perfect colour combo yet? It looks pretty darn fantastic to me! :o) And the shaped card ... I can see you're gonna have fun with that.

  3. This is beautiful. I love those colors, wow. So pretty.

  4. Hello! Don't you just love this Razzleberry colour! And ... I guess I am just going to have to get that die after all! I was trying to resist ... but you have just convinced me! Hugs, Andrea xx


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