j-flamingo reflections

Inspired by the grace and beauty of the flamingo, my life reflected by my love of reading, writing and creating.

Stamptacular Sunday Challenge(3) # 19

The theme for this week's challenge is called:


For this week’s challenge I created a card that uses THREE brads, TWO different pattern papers, and ONE flower.
black cardstock - Memory Lane
pattern papers - Anna Griffin
stamp ink - black, magenta, orange - Stampin' Up
orange paper - Paper Company
Zig .05 black marker for writing
hot pink silk flower from Hobby Lobby
medium pink brads - American Crafts (2 brads are on inside)
black letter stickers/stamps - David Walker designs by Creative Imagination
Thanks for taking a peek!


Anonymous August 16, 2009 at 2:37 AM  

Cute card ;0)

Thanks for joining us at SSC

Liza August 16, 2009 at 3:32 AM  

Great thank you card, I love the bright colours. Thanks for joining us at SSC.

Liza x

Gry-Heidi August 16, 2009 at 4:12 AM  

Great card !

Hugs, Gry-Heidi :)

Crafting Joanne August 16, 2009 at 5:30 AM  

Wonderful card Julie, love that gorgeous pink flower.

Thanks for joining us this week at SSC.

Joanne x

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Welcome Readers~to my blog! A tiny extension of myself and my life. Here, I'll share this journey through my top passions in my life - reading, writing, and creating. You can expect to read poetry, view my papercrafts and read design related posts. Every once in a while, I hope you'll grasp an honest feel of my heart. If you haven't noticed, I love flamingos! I think they are beautiful birds. *Thanks for your attention.*
She is pure Alice in Wonderland, and her appearance and demeanor are a nicely judged mix of the Red Queen and a flamingo.
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