Friday, April 1, 2011

OTWC #50

It is time for the Off The Wall Craftiness challenge #50!!!  This week it is sponsored by Nikki Sivils.  Such cute cute stamps.  Here are the colors for this week:



I used Will He B the 1 stamp set for this week's card.  Such a fun set and can be used with soft color palettes as well as bolder ones!



I have to mention here that my friend, Laurie, has been raving about her Stamp-a-ma-jig so I decided that I **needed** one too.  I used it here to line up these sentiments and it worked AWESOME!  I now know why I needed one for soo long!  I have only used it on these clear stamps so far but I can only imagine how well they will work for those wood/cling stamps!  Thanks Laurie for enabling me.....it was a great new tool!
Go check out the rest of the OTWC DT has to offer this week.........remember, the challenge stays up now for 2 weeks so you have more time to participate.

{Happy Anniversary}
Stamps:  Will He B the 1 (Nikki Sivils)
Paper:  Sweet Blush (PTI), DP (?????)
Ink:  Dark Chocolate (PTI), Spring Moss (PTI), Sweet Blush (PTI)
Misc:  Leaf die (SU), Pearls (M's), Eyelet Border die (PTI), Flower (Recollections by M's)

17 comments:

Lynn said...

Love all your layers on this Amy...all the elements go perfectly together especially those pearls! Fabulous!

Tenia Nelson said...

What a beautiful card!!

Christina said...

This is so soft and pretty, Amy! I love the collage of element, especially the ticket embellished with pearls.

kasia c. said...

So super pretty! I love that grouping of images especially that ticket. So perfect with the sentiment. :)

christy compton hall said...

Oh I just love these colors - rose, gold and soft green. That touch of black grounds it all so well! Love the pearly ticket peeking out, too :)

Will keep you posted with news - as of today's ultrasound, BOTH of those little buggers had slipped around again. I don't know how they're finding any room to move...

Lee Anne said...

This is just beautiful! I love what you did with the colors this week, and your sweet comments over on my blog bring me a happy smile. I love seeing your work with Kim's colors!

Jen Carter said...

One of you will have to show me the stamp-a-ma-jig BEFORE we go shopping on Friday so I can see if I need one too! LOL!! This card is really cute! I really like that leaf on there! :)

Diane Jaquay said...

This is beautiful Miss Amy, love the pretty heart with the ticket tucked behind it, and the lovely, soft colors!

Karen B. said...

Stamp a ma jigs for sure are a great invention. Your card is so beautiful, my favorite over at OTWC.

Colleen Dietrich said...

Hello Amy! LIfe has been very, very chaotic and I miss your blog. :) I am glad you are now the proud owner of the Stampamajig; it is one of my essential go-to tools, especially for rubber stamps. Hope you get some good bonding time with it!

The Paper Parade said...

I just love that little ticket sticking out of the heart, and how you put the pearls on it, how cute! The colors are so soft.

I tried the stamp-a-ma-jig once at a shoebox swap and didn't love it, but then again the lady showing me was a terrible teacher, so maybe I just didn't get it right ;)

Laurie said...

YEAH!!! So happy! I knew you would love it! (Ditto from what I just said to you on Im!) LOL! Your card is gorgeous! Love that shimmery flower! So pretty!

~Tammy~ said...

I love your placement of the ticket under the heart! This is so elegant and I love that flower! Just beautiful as always!

Anne Marie said...

The Stamp-A-Ma-Jig is the only thing that keeps my "stamping sanity" sometimes! :) I am notorious for stamping crooked and that little gem is a life-saver! Awesome card with a great mix of colors and accents, as always!

Michelle said...

Love the shabby chic look of this card. I guess I'm going to have to try using my stamp-a-ma-jig with clear stamps now. Your sentiment is perfectly placed.

Dana said...

Oooh, so pretty. I really like the soft, aged feel to this one Amy. Glad yo like your stamp-a-ma-jig...I've had mine for almost 6 years and really only use it for wood mounted stamps...but it does come in handy!

Katie {choc0holic} said...

I can't believe you've been stamping so successfully without a Stamp-a-ma-jig! I can't live without mine! I love the shabbiness of this card...lovely!

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