Thursday, July 2, 2009

Saying My Goodbyes

No, I'm not quitting and going away. Yes, it's time to say goodbye to some of my favorite stamp sets. I had taken these pics a few days ago, but had camera trouble. Wish I could have uploaded and posted these earlier. I'll try to make up for it in the next couple of days. This first card is a CASE of this card. We made this at the last two workshops. I really liked the card, so didn't change much. See that cute window in the card? That was made by my new Movers & Shapers Die. I love this thing! You can move the curly label almost anywhere on the front of the card - even the center where a regular punch won't reach. And in the new catalog, there are 4 more shapes for the Movers and Shapers Die that coordinate with the fabulous SU! punches.
This next card is also a CASE of this card. I had to change the color to Pink Pirouette since we had to say goodbye to that color too. We used the SU! Damask Texturz Plate for the pink cardstock.

And a roll on the Baroque wheel on the inside finishes it off. You can see the texture on the pink here. I cut the white for the inside smaller so that when the card is closed, you see pink through the eyelet border on the front.

Here's another card that was inspired by someone else. This did morph into "my own" card, but I was glad for the inspiration. Here's the original idea. As you can see, the colors and a bit of the layout was changed. I'm going to be keeping this stamp set. It's just too easy to use.

See how easy it is to make an elegant card with it? And we decorated the inside also.

Well, that's all I have for this post. I hope you'll come back again and visit the Stamping Station. Let me know what you've been able to create with these beautiful stamp sets. I'd love to see your creations.

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  1. Julie, these cards are beautiful! thanks for sharing them........they will go into a separate folder I keep for later CASE-ing!!

  2. Julis, all of these cards are so gorgeous, I was so lucky to see them close up in real life. It will be hard seeing some of these classics go...

  3. oops, I spelled your name wrong... gotta start watching what I'm doing.

  4. What beautiful cards, have been a busy little stamper!!! I love all the stamps, colors, and designs....AWESOME work, gf!!!