Saturday, May 16, 2009

CPS115 So Very Sweet

Today is the last day to participate in the CPS115 challenge and I didn't want to pass it up; the sketch is easy enough for even me :-D The "cherry" looking dp paper is more of what was purchased in Gettysburg from the Forever More Scrapbooking Store. Seriously, if you happen to visit the historic battlefieds in Gettysburg, stop by the store, you won't regret it. The stamps are from SU!, one being a hostess gift, So Very, and the other coming from a cute summer set, Tart and Tangy. The So Very set has multiple words and you probably can find it on Ebay. Am not sure about the Tart and Tangy, but do know that it was a huge hit with SU! fans. The Vintage Cream cs from Papertrey Ink was toned down with sponging for a more vintage look that the dp has on it. NOTE: The Vintage Cream cs works well with Martha Stewart border punches; it's not as heavy as some of the other card stock selections Papertrey Ink has to offer, so it punches easily and doesn't stick. It's the punch that doesn't work well, because when using one from Fiskars, the borders turn out beautifully using other PTI cs.

Promised myself that I wouldn't ramble with posts, but obviously it's not working :-D


Stamps: So Very, Tart and Tangy (SU!)
Paper: Vintage Cream (Papertrey), Urban Prairie black dp (Basic Grey), cherry/stripe dp (Forever More SS)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Scattered Straw, Tea Dye (Ranger)
Accessories: red ribbon (PTI), cream ribbon, floss, buttons, fence punch (MS), markers (SU!), circle dies (Spellbinders)

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