Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Change of plans....

Okay, here was my idea. To make a card where everything was in black/gray/white and have a splash of color and a saying that read "one of a kind". I couldn't find a stamp that said that in my collection. I know I used to own one!! Anyway, I think this turned out pretty cool, too.


Stamp Set: Green Thumb by Papertrey Ink
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White & Going Gray by Stampin' Up!; Sweet Blush & Spring Moss by Papertrey Ink
Ribbon: Sweet Blush Satin Dot by Papertrey Ink
Ink: Basic Black & Going Gray by Stampin' Up!; Sweet Blush & Spring Moss by Papertrey Ink
Accessories: Swiss Dots embossing folder for the Cuttlebug

13 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous love the colours and design very pretty indeed !

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  2. Love it!! I like it just the way it is!

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  3. What an adorable idea! This turned out great!

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  4. That is SO cute!!! I love it! What a cool idea.

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  5. Hi Robyn, You are so creative. I might just have to share your ideas when I need to get creative. I have gotten a cricut, but am ashamed to say I haven't used it but once. I am not in such a creative mood lately, but hope to be back soon! I'll add you to my blogg for inspiration . The Pink matches your bubbly character!

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  6. I'm a new sbs-15 member love this card the colors are perfect.Love your blog.

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  7. I love how you arranged the colours on this card. Great job. Joan

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  8. Very cute, elegant actually.I love your blog.

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  9. Oh I love this -- so gorgeous

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  10. Wow, I LOVE this card. It is different and beautiful and just really caught my eye!!

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  11. Hey Robyn, I LOVE this card, but then I am partial to strawberries. I am definitely going to have to try these colors out.
    hugs
    Fawn

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  12. It turned out great!!! just lovely :)

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  13. Very cute card, but I must say the first thing I thought was "Wow someone had triplets."

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