Aug 27, 2014

Gather Summer While You Can!

Hello again!

I hope you are already well on your way to a fantastic week!  It's hard to believe that it is almost September already, isn't it?  Where has the summer gone!  I thought I would share a simple card with you this morning that I like to call "Gather Summer While You Can!"  There won't be too many more days when we can gather summer flowers and enjoy their beauty!


The image I used for this card was from Cornish Heritage Farms & would be perfect for any number of different occasions from birthday & get well to just thinking of you.  I used just two dies on this card, Spellbinders Elegant Ovals and Sue Wilson Cordoba.  I love to mix & match my die sets to create totally different looks!

I hope you enjoyed today's bit of inspiration and have checked in with the other design team members too!
Be sure to give the Dies R Us Challenge Blog a visit!  Once you do, I'm sure you will want to join in for the chance to win a gift certificate!

Well, I'm off to check out the Dies R Us store again!  LOVE that place!!  All the die companies & brands I love most all under one roof & the lowest prices around! One stop shopping at it's finest!

See you next week with a Christmas card!  Until then, happy creating!!

Sherri

4 comments:

  1. I love your beautifully colored wheelborrow on that most delicious die cits. I think I have a couple of cuts of the outer die from my last die club but hadn't figured out how I wanted to use it. The Cordoba die really makes it outstanding though, briliant idea to use them together! I am with you..where has summer gone...I am already seeing fall cards! I love this, GREAT job...

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  2. Beautiful card Sherri! I love all the detail in the Cordoba die and your wheelbarrow is colored perfectly! Great card.

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  3. Fantastic Sherri! This gorgeous die really showcases your beautifully colored image perfectly! Well done!

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  4. love the burst of colour in the wheel barrow. Great die to showcase the image with

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