Friday, August 2, 2013

Warmest Wishes

Yesterday was an exciting day for me. I got to complete a card in my new studio, STUDIO B!

The room is 98% done. I do have a window valance to put up and a small 
area rug needs to be bought, but that's it. Of course as many of you know, Craft / Studios are never really complete. It seems that organizing our "stuff" always needs to be well, reorganized. Right now things are pretty much where I want them, but I know that will change. :>}}

It was such a joy to create in such a roomy area with almost everything at my fingertips. I will be posting either pictures or a video next week to show my finished Studio. So stay tuned.

Today's card was made using the MOJO304 sketch. I had just received  the new Eastern Elegance DSP yesterday and the sketch inspired me to use this beautiful paper.  I love the Coastal Cabana and Crushed Curry combination together.  I always seem to need birthday cards. 

 The sentiment from the Blooming with Kindness Set seemed to work perfectly with the elegance of the paper. I had completed the inner circle and just felt it need something more. I looked through my stamps and decided to use the flourish from Happy Day bring it together.

What do you think? Your opinions are always  welcome.

Ticket Punch - retired
Regals Collection button - Crushed Curry
Taffeta Ribbon - Whisper White
Baker's Twine White
Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Stampin' Dimensionals 

Thanks so much for stopping by and being kind enough to continue to visit during my moving transition. I hope to have my TNT Thursdays up again real soon and be posting more often.
 Have a wonderful weekend and stay CRAFTY!



  1. Beautiful card! This DSP is my favorite! Mine should arrive next week - I will be case-ing this card first! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

    1. Thanks so much, Elisha. The paper is even more beautiful in person.Enjoy using it.

  2. Getting to inspired by you, Bernadette! Love those rhinestones and the ticket punched corners! And, of course, your choice of colors and DSP go great with your stamps choices.


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