Hi all! I had hoped to share these earlier in the week but I got caught up with classes and team meetings, so didn’t get there. I love to share some of the swaps I received at the SU convention each year and here are few of my favorites. I also threw in a few swaps I received by mail. I tried to add the artist’s name but if it wasn’t on the card, I can’t add it or if it was on a cello envelope, those are long gone now with everyone looking at my swaps! So if one of these is yours, email me and I’ll add your name.
Left: Myra Bowlingusing Regarding Dahlia
Right Top: I wish I could remember! I love this card – no name on back
Bottom Right: Fran Sabad using new Fun Flower punch
Top Left: One of our Florida stampers, Janice D using the scallop thinlit as a wave -clever!
Top Right: no name, inked masking tape behind feather.
Bottom: Cute cat card using new alphabet framelits to cut out Love and DSP behind the openings. By Sara Cimbaro
Top Left: Mary Ammar using Bravo stamps
Top Right: Jan Cramer
Bottom Right: a pull out tag on front of card.
Top Left: Mary Gross using Something for Baby
Top Right: Sharon Skelton
Bottom Right: Kimberly Allen
These 3 were all created by my wonderful friend, Patsy Waggoner! I stamped them at her house in Minnesota last month!
All are using Flower Patch photopolymer set and framelits
AND….it’s Tuesday which means new Weekly Deals! Click on pic below to see them full size in my store.
I hope I’ve inspired you this week to Go Stamp Something!
Hi Linda, thanks so much for posting your swaps! I was going to pick a favorite but they are all wonderful! Cute, clever, and beautiful, what a nice mix! Can you name some colors for me? The light green in the feather card, Birthday Wishes, and the Happy Blooming Birthday cards, and the peachy colors in Mary’s Congratulations card and your Awesomeness card base and tag. Thank you!
Hi Linda, I think I figured out the colors from my comment above…pistachio or pear, and cantaloupe and/or calypso. Thanks again for posting the cards!
Had it on my to do list! Yes Pistachio and cantaloupe!
Thank you, Linda! I wasn’t sure because I don’t have those colors yet! They look so pretty together. I miss Certainly Celery and the Pistachio Pudding will substitute so nicely!