Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year!

Welcome 2013--My hope is that everyone has a year filled with love,happiness and good health! My first post for the new year is my Try Stampin On Tuesday Challenge post! We have a fabulous sketch for you to play along with this week.

 
And here is my sample--I have lots of cards coming with this set.  I just got it and have been going crazy with it.  I actually am working on a tutorial for a one sheet wonder that you can make 9 cards and a double page 6 x 6 scrapbook spread.  Coming soon so be on the look out. 
 
 
In case you don't recognize the set is is Summer Silhouettes.  I have been wanting this set for a while and finally broke down and purchased it--so glad I did.  The colors used on this card are Rich Razzleberry, Pink Pirouette, Whisper White and Lucky Limeade. 

Hope your new year finds you with lots of time for stamping and creating!
Mary Jo

8 nice people left a comment:

Nancy Seed said...

Love this colour combination. Great stamp set. I think you need to show a bow tutorial. I tried the same kind of bow and gave up instead using the beads. Happy New Year!

paula laird said...

Hi Mary Jo, Your card is beautifully done. I adore everything about this card. Wishing you a Happy New Year

Sarah said...

Love it! This is such a great card Mary Jo - I love all your elements. This is a set I've been eyeing off and I reckon I'm gonna cave in and get it too ;) The butterflies from my card are from SU 'Kindness Matters' stamp set. Happy new year to you and your family :)

Terry said...

Very pretty! And I love the sentiment you chose for it.

Mynnette said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!!! LOVE the colors you chose and the bow is perfect with that layered ribbon!!! HUGS and Happy New Year--here's to the best in 2013!!!

CherylAnn Robinson said...

Your colour combo is perfect for this card. Great image. And your bow is awesome. I love this card!

Carol Carriveau said...

LOVE the colors you used...and the DSP and all of it!!!!!

ellie said...

Hi! Happy New Year! Great card. I was wondering where the circle stamp came from?? Has it been retired?? Thanks for your help, as well as all of your inspiration!!