Monday, December 27, 2010

Island Beauty - Wish I Was in Hawaii!

For Sunday's Splitcoast Featured Stamper Challenge 203 . . .

Congratulations to Leisa Jane! She has a most delightful gallery, with so many beautiful cards to choose from. I finally decided on this one to case (copy and share everything). I changed colors, images, bow placement, and substituted sponging for sewing.

My images are from Island Beauty by Rubber Stamp Tapestry. This is a set designed to be stamped on fabric, but it is also so very pretty on paper.  CLICK HERE to see all of the awesome fabric sets that RST carries. 

Thank you for looking and leaving me a comment! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! My son and his bride of two months just arrived late last night from North Carolina, so I am still in the Christmas mode and mood! :) However, both of my good cameras broke yesterday, so my picture today is a bit dark, using a substitute camera. Got to take both cameras and my computer in to see what is up.  I got a Trojan virus yesterday from somewhere that shut down my desktop completely.  Of course nothing is backed up. BACK UP YOUR FILES TODAY! :)
Thank goodness for laptops.....

Stamps: Island Beauty by Rubber Stamp Tapestry
Paper: PTI Kraft, Very Vanilla, Not Quite Navy
Ink: VersaColor Lapislazuli, Bark, Laurel Leaf, Topaz
Accessories: Diamond Stickles, Cuttlebug EFs, white ric rac (Coat's), Chocolate Chip striped ribbon (SU), brads (The Paper Studio)

4 comments:

Cook22 said...

Oh Judy, I am sorry about your cameras but even more about your PC. I am paranoid, I back mine up every fortnight.
Have a great family time - sounds as if it's lucky your son actually made it!

Julia Aston said...

Love the colors, the layered flowers and all the embossing on this Judy! So sorry about your camera and computer problems - what a headache!!! enjoy your visit with your son and DIL!

**Farrah** said...

Wow, your work is stunning!!! I had fun looking around at your creations!
Farrah

Donna Heber said...

Judy,

Gorgeous card! Sorry to hear about your cameras and PC.

Glad you had a wonderful Christmas with your family.