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Monday, March 25, 2013

Scootin By...


I hope that you had a safe and blessed weekend.  I accomplished a lot this weekend.  I even made dinner yesterday in the crockpot.  I don't usually cook since it is just me, but sometimes (after watching a lot of the Food Network) I get the culinary urge to rattle some pots and pans. haha

Anyways, I have a busy week ahead of me (mostly crafty stuff so no complaints) and thought I would scoot by and share a card I made using TSG (There She Goes) stamps.  I don't often get to play with rubber/acrylic stamps, but these are some of my go-to stamps when I do.  I spend most of my time playing with my digis, but sometimes a girl just has to get a little "inky with it." I love TSG stamps, because they do stamp with such a crispness and they are such cool images and sentiments.  Also, Jessica is so kind, because when I ordered my stamp sets, I ordered the same one twice and she was very quick to swap it out for another set.  You can not beat that kind of service, especially when you are a scatter brain like me. :-)

Here's my creation...

Scootin' By
I used the "Scootin By" set which comes with not only fun images, but awesome sentiments as well.  I started my card out with a 6x6 scalloped white cardbase and layered on some funky Chevron designer paper.  I then matted white cardstock on a lime green cardstock.  I stamped the dots on the white cardstock and created a header with a scrap piece of designer paper.  If you look closely, you can see that I carefully cut the dp to show off the zigzag design.  I then stamped my image, colored it with Copic markers and Spica markers.  I cut it out and popped it up on the cardstock.  I stamped the sentiment and matted it on the same lime green cardstock.  I finished the card off by adding some glaze gel on the light and white gel pen for accent.

I dedicate this card to all my peeps...YOU! 
I hope your Monday turns out to be a Friday in disguise. :-)

Now get to creating...

Remember:  There are no mistakes in cardmaking, only opportunities for creativity!


  1. Cool card, Candy! Love the the layout and how you did the sentiment too!

  2. I love the design of your card Candy...The bright colors are all wonderful. I can just see you taking off on that joann sassy raggedy


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Sue Nelson and I

Sue Nelson and I
2009 Rubber Stamp Convention