Numbers and Letters

Yippee.... I am now back! As you might have noticed I haven't posted many projects in the last few weeks. Well... I have a good reason! My family and I bought a new modeler home for our property and have now had it delivered and FINALLY moved into our new home. I still have a LOT of scrappy supplies to bring over yet but I've managed to bring over all of my necessities to at least get my new scrappy room started!

Over on the myStamp BOX blog, the team and I have some numerical and alphabetical projects to share with you today! For my project, I wanted to send a card to one of my best friends because it's her birthday this month. So I decided to make a navy and white card... since it still is winter out there...

35... It's Your Birthday
supplies: stamps, myStampBOX; patterned paper, tag; Bo Bunny; cardstock, Bazzill; edge punch, Fiskars; ink, Stampin' Up, Versamark, Copic; embossing powder, Hero Arts.

In my above card I used "Colourful Companions" for my butterfly image. To get my numbers, I used the "Birthday Numbers" stamp set and to get my greeting, I used the "Mention It!" set. And there's one more stamp stamp that I have included in this card BUT it's a secret as to what it is!

This NEW stamp set is SEW cool and I know you'll just have to have it! Stay tuned for NEW stamp reveals towards the end of the month on the myStamp BOX blog as CHA Winter approaches! You won't want to miss it!!!

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4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous colors Ally!!! And your layout/composition is just beautifully stunning!

    Crafty Hugs!
    Meredith

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  2. Glorious colours and stamps Ally!
    Good to see you back.
    Hugs,
    Sue xx

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  3. So glad to hear you are all moved in and getting settled!!!! Love the card, and do I sense a sneak peek on it??? :)

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  4. Gorgeous card Alli, I love the blue colour. I hope you're all set up now in your new home, scrap supplies and all?

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Hugs,
Ally.