Amber Ink Project #5


Another project for Amber Ink today.  This card came together really quickly and has a very "summery" type feel to it.  This time I used all three colors of blossom paper.  The papers I used are:  http://www.amberink.com/products/nokaoi-orange-blossom,  and http://www.amberink.com/products/nokaoi-green-blossom, http://www.amberink.com/products/nokaoi-pink-blossom.  I punched out three scallop squares and adhered them to a piece of spring moss cardstock impressed with the Pacific Vinyard impression plate.  I stamped a scalloped square from that piece so a cute sentiment from Flower Fusion #1 stamped on the Summer Sunrise card base would peek out.  This is one of my favorite sentiments.  I used a few clear pearls inside the square to sparkle it up a bit.  Last touch was some twine wrapped around the impressed layer.  Thanks for taking a look at this project.  Be sure to check out the Amber Ink store, lots of cute digital stamps and paper there to choose from.

10 comments:

Cute card! Like the 'summer feel' to it using those colors.

Jen said...

What a cheery little number. I love the cute rounded bottom of the card. I think caring for the edges/corners of a card make such a difference and can add to the mood of a card so much. The colors are so pretty together. The cluster of bling is just perfect! Love your work...as always!

Very cute, love the cut out sentiment window and the pretty flowers and colors!!

I'm Renee said...

Love the colors!
Very cheerful...
and the cut out window is just too fabby!
Adorable and fun!

Keva said...

This is so sweet! Love the cut outs.

Monica K. said...

Very cute, Cathy! I like how you arranged the squares and left the opening for the sentiment. The twine is perfect too!

Pam said...

This makes me happy! Thanks Cathy - gotcha up on the Inklings blog today ;)

Marybeth said...

Simple and clever, cute card.

Susan said...

Ooh pretty paper!! I love this layout. And the sentiment in the window is adorable. You are rocking the twine!

Ooh! Another great use of patterned paper! This card would make anyone smile upon receiving it! It makes ME happy! Great job, Cathy!

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