Friday, March 11, 2011

FWF ~ Sending My Love

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Psst ~
You'll want to make sure you start over at the Unity Blog.....
BECAUSE someone is going to WIN some Unity rubber.
Just look for the blinkie at each blog you visit.
When you find it be sure to leave a comment at that blog!


I'm having an {ippity} SALE!

Details at the bottom of this post!

I stamped the 'Post' stamp from the {ippity} set:
Cherish Your Dreams
all over the patterned paper at the top of the card...

...and the cute envie and sentiment is from the {ippity} set:
How You Doin'.

I'm having an {ippity} SALE!!

For every TWO {ippity} sets you purchase
($15, $18 qualify) (in stock only)

You choose a $5 Single/Mini Set for FREE!
(in stock only)

Just include your choice{s} in the comments section!
Happy Shopping!

Click HERE to SHOP!

Click HERE to get your {ippity} stamps!

Stamps ~ Ippity: Cherish Your Dreams, How You Doin'
Paper ~ crumb cake, SU bella rose
Ink ~ palette burnt umber <-- you can get this from me!
Accessories ~
copics, brown organdy, lace, burlap string, dimensional


overo said...

Oh what a wonderful card , your stamp set is so great !
Greetings from beautyful Austria

Paula said...

beautiful card!! Love the layering over the patterned paper with the stamp, It worked perfectly!

Erin said...

I'm way too basic to stamp on patterned paper like this BUT I LOVE IT!!! Very cute card... <3

Patricia said...

Oh what a gorgeous card! I love how you stamped with the "post" stamp over the DP!

Emily Leiphart said...

This is beautiful, JenMarie, a perfect balance of clean and simple, and embellished!

Katrina said...

very very pretty and "vintage" looking!!! hugs, Katrina

Rona said...

always so pretty JenMarie!! Love it

jennifer mitten said...

Gorgeous card!

sharon g said...

So old fashioned and GORGEOUS. Great job.

Anne said...

So adorable! Your lace and the little envelope are so sweet!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Super cute--love the paper and that ribbon with the envelope! SOOOOOOO cute:)

Lynn said...

I love this card! I like your ideas of stamping over the patterned paper! I never thought of that with the ticket stamp on your other fave stamp!