Wednesday, February 20, 2013


Hey everyone! If you're hopping over from Carol's blog, welcome!!! Glad you're here! I sooo love her card this week! I'm sure you do too!

So here's the challenge-another 2-color challenge-Rose Red & Regal Rose! Yikes! I think my problem with the 2-color challenges is they are so much alike! It's hard to come up with the design when they are soooo close! But I really think I like this week's card!

What dya think???

Once again I used my Oh, Hello set from the Spring Mini! I think I'm in love with this set! My "framper" Karen told me I need therapy!!! lol But this is a set that I really never thought I'd enjoy! I now use it quite often!
I really like the way it looks when those flowers are cut out!

I used the Ticket Duo punch for the sentiment! I "markered" up the "hello" portion of the Oh Hello stamp & punched it out! I think it works!

Lastly, I used the new Honeycomb embossing folder, because I always have to have texture, and raised it up with Dimensionals! I used that pointy arrow thingy stamp for detail on the side!

So I really love this card! It came out so much prettier than I originally thought! I don't use a lot of white, so I was very pleasantly surprised!  I promise next week NOT to use the Oh, Hello stamp set!!! lol

So now venture over to BlueDahliaDesigns-Helen's blog-and see her Rose Red/Regal Rose creation! I wonder if she used the Oh, Hello stamp set too! lol

Happy Stampin'!!!


  1. Joni, I love it! I like the way the cover is more narrow than the inside. Very interesting! Great job! Hugs

  2. So pretty. Lots of texture and bits of interest. I love how this all comes together. I got the Oh Hello stamp set a couple weeks ago but have yet to ink it up -- will have to do so immediately! But I have used the Honeycomb over and over -- love that folder. Great job. Hugs.

  3. Very nice, Joni. I love the way your card opens... and all that texture - yummy! Great job on this challenge!



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