Friday, August 7, 2009

Peppermint Petunias


Today I want to share with you a card using peg stamps from Rubber Stamp Tapestry. This set is called Peppermint Petunias. I have these in my garden! See the supplies needed and how I made this card HERE.

Susan has some simply wonderful tutorials on her blog, Tapestry Stamp Techniques. Check out the new set, Believe/Dream/Peace Designer Block Prints on her most recent tutorial HERE.

Thanks for stopping by today!

10 comments:

  1. SOOOOO gorgeous Judy! LOVE this layout, the colors and those flowers! What a BEAUTIFUL card!!

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  2. WOW is that pretty!!! I have to dig out my one lonely little set of tapestry stamps and give them a whirl. Very inspirational!

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  3. This is just so beautiful, Judy!! I love these colors, and all those flowers! Great layout too! :)

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  4. Just stunning Judy! I love these little stamps... they're so fun to work with! You picked gorgeous dsp!

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  5. Gorgeous, Judy! I love those peppermint petunias and the rich colors!

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  6. OH so sweet and pretty. I really like the colors and the pearl centers are a great touch.

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  7. Just catching up on some things - half of last week my PC has been down while I reformatted and reinstalled things - to no avail.Bearing your experience in mind, luckily I lost very little from the desktop!!
    I love petunias - they were one of the first flowers I grew myself as I little girl, and I think they're such happy, cheerful flowers. So of course I love this.
    Something to know about Guernsey - if you thought Irish roads were narrow, you haven't seen anything! But they do have a fairly low speed limit, and enforce it too.
    In the GL&PPPS book, it mentioned Governmnet House as being one of the few *big* houses. I got to see a little bit of it, as my employer on the island was an ex-Governor, and sent me down one day to deliver something, so that I'd get a chance to get in and see some of it :D.

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