Simple Saturday Cosmic Rose

Stampin up curly cute ornament punch
The only thing truly "holiday" about this card is the sentiment.  Despite the fact that I used the Ornament Punch and Tags til Christmas stamp set, a quick change of text takes this card any direction you want.

Stampin up medallion tags til christmas
STAMPIN' PRETTY TIPS:

  • Stampin up curly cute So did you immediately suspect the Ornament Punch?  I love finding year round uses for my stamps and supplies–especially my beloved Stampin' Up! Punches!
  • The Medallion was stamped twice on Wild Wasabi.  It's cropped with the 2 1/2" and 1 3/4" Circle Punches and layered with dimensionals for quick "wow!"
  • You can't beat Stampin' Up!'s Antique Brads for a stunning accent.
  • A touch of scoring adds a little drama to the sentiment.
  • See more holiday samples by clicking HERE.

I hope it's obvious what my inspiration was?  This "Cosmic Rose Tee" is shown in the Sundance  Catalog in "green pea."   However, I think you get the idea?

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Tags til christmas stampin pretty Stamp Sets:  Medallion Background (WM 115223), Tags til Christmas (Holiday Mini Catalog, WM 120847, CM 121169), Curly Cute (WM 117014, CM 120510)
Paper:  Wild Wasabi (108641), Soft Suede (115318), Very Vanilla (101650)
Ink:  Soft Suede (115657)
Cool Tools:  1 3/4" Circle Punch Extra Large (119850), 2 1/2" Circle Punch Extra Large (Holiday Mini Catalog, 120906), Ornament Punch Extra Large (119847)
The Perfect Touch:  Antique Brads (117273), Silver Brads (104336), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

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0 Comments:

  1. WOW, That is truly a unique use of the stamp. You are way out of the box. Love the design!!

  2. Gorgeous! Love the use of the punch and combination with the Medallion stamp- TFS!

  3. Always so clever!! Love how you adapted the sweater and how you used the ornament stamp and punch! Nice way to keep using this past the Holidays!

    Cindy

  4. Wow! Love it! So creative!

  5. This is so pretty. Nice to see something that is NOT Christmas. I love Christmas and all the cards but it gets to be too much.

  6. an amazing interpretation of this shirt, Mary. So beautiful!
    barb

  7. You are way too smart girlfriend. I love this idea….you know what I’m going to say….YOU ROCK.

  8. I love this card. You did a great job duplicating your inspiration!

  9. Wow – that is stunning! I cannot wait til I get my Tags Til Christmas set so I can give this a try! Oh, wait – that means I need to get the ornament punch now.. *sigh* That’ll have to wait until production issues have been resolved as I heard the punch is not available. But you sure do have a creative eye, Mary!

  10. This is gorgeous, Mary!

  11. Thanks for showing the versatility of the ornament punch. Just a stunning card.

  12. Stunning! Love how you followed the inspiration photo! Sheer perfection!

  13. this is so amazing & beautiful

  14. Mary this is so beautiful. I love those colors and yesterdays Butterfly is so awesome. My vellum is still sealed in the package. You’ve given me incentive to open it… Hugs,

  15. Fab, fab, fabulous! Love the inspiration–you nailed it. Gorgeous card, Mary!

  16. Mary, this is beautiful. You find such inspiration in catalogs, something I wouuldn’t have thought to do. Love your blog and your clean and simple designs! One minute to WOW videos are a favorite.

  17. You never cease to amaze me with your wonderful ideas. This one is right at the top … gorgeous!

  18. I think it is stinkin brilliant!!! You did a great job with it 🙂

    Holly/Rubber Redneck

  19. Yay! you found a use for those punches left over from the luminaire 🙂 this has such a ‘celtic’ feel to it. i think i will have to make a card for my friend ann with this. she LOVES anything celtic-ish 🙂 make it a great one!

  20. Unbelievable! You sure do have a creative eye!

  21. What creativity!! I always forget you can stamp on colored paper!!

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