Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Post It Birthday--Lorraine


This card is another Post It birthday card! I made it for Lorraine, the ever patient. Her birthday is December 2. I sent this . . . um . . . the very beginning of March? Anyway, she accepted the late birthday wishes with grace, and I vow to be more on top of things from now on! :-D

***I had the biggest thrill today! I was the featured customer on Our Daily Bread Designs design blog! Take a look! Isn't that cool? :-D

Supplies
Stamps: Skipping Stones Design--Funny Coffee Vol. 1; PTI--Tiny Treats: Valentine
Paper: PTI--Sweet Blush; K & Co.; Chatterbox; stash
Ink: Versafine--Vintage Sepia; Ranger--Old Paper & Frayed Burlap Distress Inks; Embossing Powder--Ranger Super Fine Detail
Die: Spellbinders--Labels 16
Copics: R20, RV32, E04, E17, E41, E70, YG91, YG93, YG97
Misc.: Flowers--stash; Ribbon--Michaels; Embossing Folder--Cuttlebug; Corner Chomper, Sewing Machine

18 comments:

Lorraine said...

Yay, it's my card! Love love coffee and this card is so beautiful - more so in person! There's also a coffee mark stamp inside - got to get that one, lol. Oh and how cool Jill - that ODBD is showing one of your beautiful cards!

Stephanie said...

Jill........This is too cute. I have that same set and just love it! Looks like Lorraine is head over heals for it......and that's what counts. So, pretty!

I'm Renee said...

So cute...
love the colors and the set you used is just adorable!
So glad I'm not the only one to be late on Birthdays! :)

Lindsay said...

Awesome card Jill! I love that coffee cup! This set is one of my faves!

Diane Jaquay said...

Jill!!! Omg girlie, there are so many awesome details on this card! LOVE your ruffled border, and the coffee cup with the cupcake, too stinkin' CUTE! You might be a few months late with this card but it's worth the wait ;)

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Love coffee cards, and late is better then never.

Baseret said...

This card is beautiful, Jill!I love how you layered the scallops.
Congrats on being featured on Our Daily Bread Designs design blog.

Mad for Paper said...

What a fun card.
TFS
Ang

Michelle Philippi said...

At least you used a late sentiment.... Nothing like getting a winter birthday card in June and it having a pointsettia on it or something - LOL! This reminds me that I have a paper crimper that I NEVER use....will this weekend though now!

Suzanne said...

So pretty, Jill!!!!

Be sure to check my post tonight - I've got something special for you there! ;)

Chris said...

Very pretty!

Kristin said...

gorgeous!! at least you sent a card (yikes!!)... i'm not so good at that!

Emily said...

This is so lovely... but I am sad that your flowers are just from your stash, because I think I want some. Hahahahahahaha!

Jen said...

Wow Jill, this is fantastic! So pretty and so on trend. I bet Lorraine won't mind one little bit. Definitely a card worth waiting for. I love that you remembered and took the time to mark the special occassion. What a big, beautiful and ever so crafty heart you have. So lovely!

Anne B said...

Super cute card - love the sentiment and those gorgeous scallops. I'm sure Lorraine loved it - who wouldn't want to stretch out their birthday fun :)

steph said...

Beautiful card, Jill! I'm sure she loved it!

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