A little about me: I married my wonderful husband, Craig 13 years ago. We have 5 beautiful children together, 4 girls and 1 boy. I am a stay at home mom and love every minute of it. I started scrapbooking about 15 years ago, to create my graduation album and I fell in love with paper crafting. Just this last year I started creating cards after I found Robyn's Blog. I love paper crafting, card making, scrapbooking and creating hair bows, as well as creating albums for each of my children. I am so excited Robyn chose me again to be a "Pink Designer". I love being able to sharing my creations with all of you and being able to showcase all of Robyn's amazing stamps. Thank you so much Robyn for allowing me to work with this super talented design team. This is one amazingly talented bunch of lady's!!!
So today I decided I wanted to create a card that represented me for the blog hop. My Friend Priscilla and I always joke that whenever she asks what I am up to, my answer is almost always laundry. Being a Mom of 5, that is what I find myself doing most of the time or at least it seems. These adorable cuts from the Country Life Cartridge and Robyn's Stamp Set "Punny-licious" was perfect for my card today. Punny-licious is one of Robyn, My Pink Stampers first stamp sets but it is one that I turn to again and again. If you want to order any of her amazing stamp sets click HERE for her product page.
Details and Material Used:
- A2 Size Card - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" (folded to 5 1/2" x 4 1/4")
- 1st Layer - 5 1/4" x 4"
- 2nd Layer - 5" x 3 3/4"
- Clothes Line cut at 2.75" and Washboard and Bucket cut at 1.40" - Country Life Cartridge
- Ovals cut at .70 and .80 - From My Kitchen
- Pattern Paper- Nana's Nursery Baby Girl Mat Stack by DCWV
- Card Stock - Recollections
- Other Paper - Scraps
- My Pink Stamper Stamp Set "Punny-licious"
- Tsukineko Dew Drop - Coffee Bean
- White Sukera Gel Pen
- Hemp Cord - Dollar Tree
- Teal Gems
- Glossy Accents
- Adhesives - ATG, Zig 2-way and Pop Dots
Here's the line up for you if you get lost along the way!
My Key Word is: SCRAPBOOK