Friday, February 5, 2010

JustRite Stamper Anniversary

I made this card as a special order for a "customer."  (Thanks so much, Nancy!)  I was going to ask if she minded if I posted it, but I forgot, so I'm just going to upload it.  I hope it's all right.:)

The sentiment was done with my JustRite Stamper.  The flower is an Inkadinkado stamp that I colored with Stampin' Up! markers.  I did the cutting with Circle Nestabilities.  The image/sentiment panel is mounted on Pop Dots.  I embossed the background piece with a Swiss Dots folder.  The scoring is done with my Scor-Pal and the border is done with a Martha Stewart punch.  The blue matting is SU!'s Pacific Point.

Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!

12 comments:

Kay said...

What a pretty, pretty card. You did a great job with this. Your friend should be happy.

Heartwarmers from Vicki said...

I just love this card. The punched border is just beautiful and it is great any time you can really personalize a card like you have.

Anonymous said...

Awesome card!!!!
Gloria

Irene said...

Hello Lynette

What can I say but GORGEOUS, STUNNING, BEAUTIFUL. I love the little flower stamp and colours.
Perfection.

luv
irene
xxxx

Barb said...

Lynette, this is absolutely stunning! I have a Just Rite stamper, but not good at using it. I just mentioned to Vicki that the two of you are my inspiration for making simple elegant cards. All I need to do is lock up my embellies! :) Thank you for sharing your talents.

Barb

Sue Nelson said...

You have done it again, Lynette!
A total Knock out!

Sue Nelson

Leigh said...

Gorgeous card Lynette. Love it.

Danni said...

This is stunning!! Wow! So crisp and gorgeous!

Mary said...

I love that you used a punch with your embossing later. What a great card Lynette.


Mary

bonnie32002 said...

The CAS design and color choice are just perfect!

Looks like I may have to case another one of your wonderful creations!

bonnie32002 said...

You did a great job...I don't know if I would have thought to mount the layers in a different order. I love it and will definately give this a try.

Deb said...

So gorgeous, Lynette! So very elegant, with beautiful textures and a timeless image! Love that beautiful lacy edge!