Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Vintage

I survived the college orientation!  My daughter met one of my friend's daughters and they decided to be roommates so that helped relieve one of her big anxieties.  It was cute to hear them planning how they want to decorate their room.  I also feel comfortable knowing who she will be with.  My little girl is growing up.  It seems so long ago that I went off to college, and our concerns are so different.



Patterned Paper:  Paper Studio, Echo Park - For the Record
Cardstock:  Recollections,
Stamp:  Pixie Dust - Water for Elephants
Sentiment:  Close to My Heart
Ink:  Memento, Black Tuxedo
Trim:  Wrights
Circle Punch:  EK Success

Challenges:
Sweet Stop Sketch
Pixie Dust - Old Photos - Black and White



Patterned Paper: Authentique
Cardstock:  Recollections, Core-dinations
Stamp:  Mo Manning - Out There
Lace: Wrights
Spellbinders:  Grand Caliber Circle

Challenges:
The Deconstructed Sketch #9
Mo Manning - Vintage
Paper Crafting Journey - For Him

8 comments:

  1. Both cards are beautiful, Lisa! Love how you flipped the Sweet Stop sketch to accommodate your perfectly colored image...thanks for playing along at the Sweet Stop!

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  2. Very sweet card! I love the image you've used...very vintage look! Glad you joined us in Mo's Challenge.

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  3. Both cards are gorgeous!! Thanks for joining us at PCJ for the For Him challenge! hugs xx

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  4. Great cards, love the sketches you used. Thanks for joinig us at Pixie Dust Studio.

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  5. Love the way you did the Water for Elephants image..so sweet..plus the newsprint!:)

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  6. Hi Lisa Lynn...I just love this little sailor boy! Your design is so cool...and the colors are just beautiful! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Mo's. Pat Frank

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  7. Super cute cards Lisa. Love the sweet boy images. Great colors. Thank you for playing along with us at The Sweet Stop again. :o)

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  8. Love the newsprint patterned paper. Darling image.

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