Sunday, February 26, 2012

Just My Type

I had a Stampin' Up! workshop a few weeks ago, as I do every year during Sale-a-Bration. They have lots of great free stuff at that time. Anyway, it was an amazing success--$750! My personal best! I got so many new goodies it's hard to know where to start playing!

As soon as I saw this typewriter set in the Occasions Mini Catalog, I knew I had to have it! I love typewriters. I also ordered the Sizzlits embossing folder Fashionable Hearts and more of the most versatile paper ever--Just Add Cake. I used it all here. The background stamp is long-retired SU--Love by Definition. I used the Mojo Monday #220 again--it's really getting mycreative mojo going! This is an anniversary card for a customer to give to her husband. I cased this idea from numerous cards in the SCS gallery, so I can't say it's original, but I love this idea. Ink colors are Wild Wasabi, Baja Breeze, and Poppy Parade. I used my notebook punch along the left edge of the background piece but it doesn't stand out very well, probably should have sponged it. I added a mini library clip, because nothing says "I love you" like office supplies, right?!?!
I curved the sentiment to give it a little dimension--I've seen that trick a lot lately too.

Well, thanks for dropping by! Have a great day!


Sara Tieszen Paschal said...

I love the little image also, and your sentiment flag. Great job on your creation. So happy you had a successful open house and are now enjoying your new goodies.

Banu said...

Amy, what a beautiful card. WOW...Stunning. All the details.. Love how you made the sentiment banner. Really neat. Looking forward to more superb creations from your new goodies.

Angela said...

Really cute...that clip is the perfect embellishment!

Chris said...

this is very cool!! love your design!!

i too fell in love with this set. i'll have to post the card i made with it for you today...cuz it's

i got sucked into a regular su club type i guess i will be buying more su than

Susan said...

That binder clip is adorable!! I love the floaty hearts all over. I'm a sucker for typewriters too. I haven't seen this one. I might need to get it. Congrats on your workshop!!