Tuesday, September 2, 2014

A CAS Card for Any Occasion

Happy Tuesday Peeps!   

This afternoon I stopped by Island Scrapbooking and had a really nice chat with Michele.  Then headed on to Target and ran into Jenny.   Its been a while since I last saw her so I was really happy we got to chat for a while.  Time to meet up for lunch again.  Oh, and do check out the Sister Stamps newest release.  The furry babies are just cute as cute can be.

Well, sharing with you today is card #1 of 6 which I gave to my sweet friend as part of her b/d gift.  Must admit my mojo was somewhere in outer space so I kept this and a few others very simple.  

I used the "Piestra Tile" die by Memory Box from Island Scrapbooking, "Blossoms" stamps set by Hero Arts, and Copics.   Simple huh?

Thanks for stopping by and HAVE A SCRAP HAPPY DAY!!!


Lorraine said...

A gorgeous card. Lovely colours and design. I have that die and haven't used it yet,...really must get it out!!
Lorraine x

Chelsea said...

Wow, love the color contrast on this card Karen. Makes the beautiful flower stand out. Look like I missed a lot of your beautiful work and so glad to see you are safe from super storm Iselle.

Deloris said...

Lovely card! That die is fabulous. Have to put that on my wish list.

cuilliesocks said...

Wonderful card Karen, love the floral image and gorgeous die, fab design, hugs Kate x

Colleen Kwan said...

I love the colors that you chose for the card. The flowers are very pretty. It's nice to keep our cards nice and simple sometimes.

Your mojo gets to take a break once in awhile. Hope that returns soon. :)

Leanne said...

Oh how nice to be able to go and hang out for a while at IS. How nice you got to catch up with Jenny too. I love this card Karen. Your mojo was not missing, it's wonderful and I bet your friend thought so too. ^.^

eunice said...

Simple, but pretty! LOL, I've had this Memory Box die for years now and haven't used it yet. Really like how you used it as a border to accent your pretty stamped flowers. Will have to remember to try this!