Monday, November 16, 2009

{For You} day two of previews LPSC42

Yes that is the name of the second fantabulous set that we are previewing over at Little Paper Shop. {For You}. If you have ever looked for a sentiment set that says so much about family, look no further. This set is for you and it was created in such a clever way where you can plug in the family member that you wish to send the card to. For example on my card the sentiment reads "Sisters share a love tied with heartstrings", but the sister was a plugin. I could have put cousin, father, mother, brother get the picture. FANTASTIC and versatile.

So onto my creation for our challenge today which was to use die cuts on our card. LPSC42. I was excited to do this card because other than my nesties, I neglect my die cuts so I took out one of my favs. Little Leaves from SU. My main image from {I Heart} was stamped onto PTI cardstock and the basket was colored with my copics and the heart balloon portion was paper pieced with the delish paper I used from My Minds Eye. All cardstock is Prism and of course my sentiment is from the {For You} set. Both of these new sets will be released tomorrow at Little Paper Shop along with a GINORMOUS sale that Julia is having. You have to check this out, all sets will be 10%-70% off. Whoo Hoo!!

And once again would you like to win a free stamp set? Well you have two chances today to do so. First, go over to the Little Paper Shop blog and leave a comment and then another winner will be announced next week from the challenge entries.

Dont forget to check out the rest of the DT's creations. You can find them on my sidebar. Thanks so much for stopping by today. Have a great one!!


Sharon Caudle said...

Beautiful card, Ann! I love the colors and the papers. And that sentiment is wonderful! Gorgeous! hugs!

Danni said...

This is gorgeous!! Love it!

Bonnie said...

Gorgeous Ann! Love your diecut use and beautiful colours!

the whimsical butterfly said...

Love everything about this card-the button/bow, the leaves, the's just beautiful, Ann!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh fun, super job.