Monday, March 14, 2011

It WILL Get Better!!

Hello, all! I am happy to report that I think I am off of my Debbie Downer slump for the time being. I'm so excited to the kids to get home from school so we can go for a walk. I have been looking forward to it since I woke up this morning!
I have been a busy little bee, getting posts ready for this week {I have a full week of them, and I see no end in sight! Is that a good thing or a bad thing? You tell me.} I went made my daily trek to Archivers this morning. {Well, almost daily. They have new stuff coming out of their ears just about each day.}
One of my new favorite things that I picked up while I was there {which I got to play with at CHA and couldn't wait til they showed up in the stores} is the new Tim Holtz Distress Stains. I know, I have an over abundance of love for all things Tim Holtz, but these really are the bomb-diggity!!
For the card below, I used the Weathered Wood Distress Stain on the lace ribbon. Didn't it turn out beautifully?
I made this card to link up over at Card Patterns for their weekly sketch challenge. I thought it came out great. This is one of my favorite new collections from Little Yellow Bicycle, called Twig.
Hope you enjoyed, and see you back here tomorrow!!

Card Recipe
Patterned Paper: Little Yellow Bicycle {Twig collection}
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Cheep Talk}
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink {Pumice Stone}
Ink Stain: Tim Holtz Distress Stain {Weathered Wood}
Button: from stash

5 comments:

  1. This is a sweet card. I love the colors :).

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  2. DoBea, this is so so pretty!! I'm so jealous you already have the Distress Stains, I'm gonna mosey over to CG tomorrow I think. They have some in stock. Love what you did with that LYB paper. It's so pretty. And you're right - IT WILL ALWAYS get better! :) Angelica p.s. I love the use of the caption for this card. It's awesome!

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  3. Oohhh I love those twig papers they are so lovely. Thank you for joining us at cardpatterns.

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  4. So cute Dobea! I love all the shades of blue you used here. So glad you could play along with us on Card Patterns.

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