Saturday, January 10, 2009

Upsy Daisy Stanp Set

Hello All:

Here is my first card post for the New Year 2009. So Many things good things are going to happen this year. I can feel it already. The first thing I am turning 40 and yes I am bragging about it and embracing it. Oh I did say that I was posting a card. HA!

I really like the Upsy Daisy stamp set the name in itself is great. The stamp set comes with four different stamps the flowers and three different sentiments. Remember you always I like to use vertaile stamp sets.

Card Recipe:

Stamp Set: Upsy Daisy
Cardstock: Quite So Navy, Kiwi Kiss, and Ultra White
Ink: Quite So Navy and Kiwi Kiss
Accessories: Gold Brads and Scallop Punch

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Twila said...

Hey there, Love your color combo on your first card of the new year. Upsy Daisy is one of my favorite stamp sets and congrats on turning 40 this year.

jazzystamper said...

That Green is so striking. I think those will be our new incolours. I cant wait to use it. And I hope we get that stampset too. Nice!!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

I love your card. Simple is often better! Happy 40th! Embrace your age!

Stephanie said...

nice card - I love how this image is so beautiful without much embellishment - makes it easy to use!

June said...

Very pretty and one of my favorite sets too... awesome!

Shellie G. said...

Happy 40th! Sometimes I feel like mine was forever ago but it's only been (almost)2 years. Life gets better. Every year I do cartwheels...okay, not really...but i love celebrating bdays. It means I've succeeded at surviving another year ;-)
I like the card...upsu daisy is one of my favs.

Kirsten said...

What a way to start the year off with a bang and a great card. I really like the color combination it makes for a simply elegant card.

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Lisa Page said...

Great card! I like the color combo and the simplicity-works for me!!!! I bragged on turning 40 but when 45 hit I cried. That was the first time in my life that I cried about how old I was. It just hit me like a ton of bricks. That was a couple of years ago and now I swear I'm gonna be happy about turning 50 in a few years!