Wednesday, January 27, 2016


I'm baaackkk!!! Was having a bit of difficulty with my blog for a couple of weeks! It seems to be back to normal now.  A little finagling here & there seemed to work!!! Glad to be back with my 
Coloring Down the Lines 

Welcome from Helen's blog! Or wherever you are from!  And happy hopping over to Miss Lizzy's blog next!!! We are a full hop today, so keep going until you are back here! Pretty colors this week!!

Here's my card:

Here is the inspiration photo:

Here are the Stampin' Up! colors:
So this week's card is just a very simple little diddy I  needed for a friend.  Nothing too fancy, but I got to use some of my new goodies from not only the Occasions Catalog, but also the Sale-a-Bration catalog!!! These are great this year!!!

This flowers are from the SAB catalog-Flowering Fields stamp set! Such a sweet set! I can't wait to try it with some other colors!  

The sentiment is from Suite Sayings. It can be found in the OC!!! I sure hope this one carries over to the new Annual Catalog! Lots of good sayings here, & not the same ole same ole! A bit different. I know I'll be using this baby a lot!!!

I just simply cut the middle out with the Floral Frames Framelits.  I wanted another color in there to make the flowers "pop", but I ran out! lol Believe it or not there are all 5 colors used this week! The Blackberry Bliss & the          Rich Razzleberry are very similar when using fine lines.  

If you look very closely, you will see a very subtle bling!  The OC has a great new tool-it's called the Wink of Stella pen. It comes in gold & clear. The clear is used here. It's so easy to use! It's far more subtle than the Dazzling Details, but it's pretty. The light catches it just so!

So go hopping & enjoy! It's great to be back again! I missed you all!!!! Until next time...

Happy Stampin'!!!


  1. Joni, this is so eye catching...Gotta make some of these! :)

  2. Love your card, Joni. Love the framelits cut out.



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