Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Missing You / Thinking of You

Are you playing along with the Serendipity Challenge this month? If not, we are Missing You! 
Join us by using a Serendipity Stamp or die along with the theme of Miss You for a chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate for the Serendipity Store. You can find all the details here at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog.

This month we have an incredibly talented guest designer joining us. Hope that you will have the time to visit her blog site Stamping Deets. Her gift for using bright colors and sweet whimsy designs will amaze you!

Here's the links for the SSDT

Kecia Waters
Vickie Zimmer
Jeanne Jachna
Jenny Gropp 
Julie Warner
Marybeth Lopez
Miriam Napier

The DT was to take the stamped image they used for the CAS design last time and use it again for making a "fussy" card! I'm stretching a little here! My theme is still the dandelion, I've just used a different stamp on the front of my card.

On my card I have fussy cut the Dandelion Plant. The leaves on the bottom were stamped and cut again. I have used Collall on the leaves to help keep them curved. The cursive Miss You was die cut and edged with a Memento pen and popped up with foam tape.

Here on the inside I have used the Flower Pops Cling Set and also the Flower Pops Negative Cling Set. The dandelion puff was stamped onto a heavy weight vellum with StazOn and then fussy cut. The flower and leaves have been stamped with Memento and die cut with the Flower Pops Dies. These awesome dies fit both Flower Pops Sets. "Just a Quick Note" was used to let someone know, they are Missed!

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Thanks for looking!


  1. Wow your fussy cut looks like you used a die. Beautiful card inside and out! made me go shopping the other day after seeing your beach box:)

  2. Beautiful, Karen! Love the colors and papers. Such lovely layering and trims. Gorgeous card!

  3. I thought the inside was another card! Cute enough to be! Best looking dand

  4. Inside and out it is beautiful. I haven't used Collall? I love how you fussy cut and I am going to try and remember to leave the edge too. Absolutely beautiful the way you did the ribbon treatment too!!

  5. So pretty, I like how you used the twine...the color combo just pops...great fussy cutting!