SU Moving Forward- SU Congrats

I was so excited to use my SU Cloud embossing folder for The Friday MashUp #99 using the  SU colors of Pool Party, So Saffron, and Real Red with a  BABY theme… I was also thinking about the Paper Players # 134 sketch challenge this week and took some artistic license and flipped it on its side and pulled the rectangle all the way across the card. Funny thing is…last week the PP challenge was BABY!! Might confuse the DT over there…

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Moving Forward, SU Congrats (retired)
INK: SU Real Red, SU So Saffron
PAPER: SU Real Red, SU Pool Party, SU So Saffron, SU Whisper White, SU Sycamore Street SAB 20113 DSP
ACCESSORIES: Baker’s Twine
TOOLS: Nestabilities Circle Dies


    1. Thank you, Kristie. You have been quite busy dazzling me with your cards, lady. My fellow homeschool mom used to ask my kids how I had time to craft- they said while they do their Chemistry and Math, I sit beside them stamping:)

  1. Another fabulous card Cindy such a beautiful design and fab colours and embossing ! Congratulations for your win at ATCAS btw ! Wishing you a wonderful weekend.


    1. Thanks, Heidi. I was asked on Friday to make some baby cards for a little boutique by my house, and imagine how happy I was to see the challenge on The Friday Mashup this week! Got me sailing…

  2. Cindy, I love the embossed clouds in the background and how the patterned paper looks like waves. Great card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Paper Players this week!

  3. Oh my, this is just too, too sweet! I love the little red flag on the boat, and that darling strip of twine. The cloudy day embossing folder is just perfect. What a wonderful card 🙂

  4. Such a great card! Love the background with those clouds, it gives a nice texture. The boat image is so cute, and I really like the sentiment in red ink. Thanks for playing along with us at the Friday Mashup this week!

    1. Thanks, Liliana. That is only the second time in like 10 years that I stamped on designer paper. I don’t know why I never do that? It’s a fun way to put on a sentiment.

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