Friday, July 29, 2011

Happy Friday and Another Project for JustWordz

Another week has come and gone as we edge just a little bit closer to autumn. I am so ready to be rid of this scorching heat, I can't even tell you! We have had temps over 100 degrees for 27 consecutive days as of yesterday, the third most in history. But they're saying that we may get a temporary break if a storm system (not the tropical depression Don) manages to hold together long enough to reach us. I've been doing a rain dance all day! Even if it does get here, it will only drop down to the high 90s during the weekend and then will go back up early next week. I'll take every little degree I can get though.

Today is the JustWordz Design Team's second presentation and therefore, another chance for you to enter the giveaway for a set of JustWordz Stamps. Visit the JustWordz blog for details on entering the giveaway. For my project, I made another easel card. This one uses an awesome digi stamp by one of my Outlawz teamies, Anne Fenton. Anne has a number of her digi stamps available at no charge to all members of The Outlawz so if you like this one, you might want to consider becoming a member so you can pick up some of the freebies that are offered on the site.

This pretty teacup and napkin are colored with Copics and coated with Diamond Glaze to give it the appearance of fine china.

The recipe:

Card base -  Best Occasions textured cardstock (berry pink)
DP - K & Company (Jubilee and Que Sera Sera)
Image - Anne Fenton
Flowers - handmade by me
Butterflies - MS punch
Pearls - Recollections (centers of small flowers are colored with Copics)
Button and ribbon from my stash
Paper doily and mat behind cup - purchased from Jo-Ann's
Leafy vine - Sizzix
5-petal retro flower punches by Fiskars (large) and EK Success (small)
Large Scalloped circle - EK Success
Greeting - JustWordz Clear Stamps
Inside sentiment - my own words
Glimmer Mist - Viva Pink

So, there you have it!  As always, your comments are welcome and appreciated.  Don't forget to stop by JustWordz to enter Kim's giveaway and visit the blogs of the other JustWordz design team members to see what awesome creations they have displayed to inspire you!   You can find links to their blogs in my left sidebar.

I'll have another project to show you either tomorrow or Sunday that I have been working on the past few days.  It's about 3/4 finished so if the rest goes together smoothly, it should be finished some time tomorrow.  Until then....

Happy crafting,


  1. So pretty, love the tea cup digi!!

  2. WhWhat a beautiful card! I love the doily- it looks so real! :)Amy

  3. Awesome card with lots of fab the wordz!
    xxx Margreet

  4. O wow this is fabulous Anniebee, so colourful and so pretty, love it. It is so hot here as well, don't feel like doing anything, just go to the beach!!!

  5. Love all the details! This card is beautiful! TFS
    P.S. Feel free to send some heat my way as it has been a cooler then usual summer here :(

  6. I love the vintage flare to this card! Where did you use the vine siziks? I can't find it?
    We have not had the same kind of heat you have had there. Hope you get some relief soon.

  7. Another beauty Anne. Can't wait to see the other project you're working on.
    P.S. Hope your rain dance works.

  8. Very pretty card, love the image and details.

    Donna x

  9. gorgeous card, really beautiful!!
    mexicopetshop at hotmail dot com

  10. Beautiful card...your added detail is of these days i'll learn how to make a card such as this...Love the glitter around your sentiment...perfect touch. Thanks so

  11. lovely!!
    sweetlilscrapper at hotmail dot ca

  12. YAY! love the 3D look of the image as well as the easle card! Perfectly done sentiment for sure! Wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy girly! How fun!

  13. Love your card an all the detail. I have this image, so am all inspired. Thanks for sharing.

  14. So pretty! Great details!


  15. So, so pretty.

    Heather from princesspaperprojects at yahoo dot com


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