She's back!

Thanks for the sweet comments yesterday! Will let you know if I come up with anything! :)

I have some sweet news today - Vinnie Pearce is back, and has a brand new digi kit up for sale at 2Peas! It's called Journey Back, and it is an absolutely gorgeous collection - one of my favorites! And some more sweet news is that it's on sale!
I nearly went crazy when I found out the printer was out of ink after I downloaded this new kit! So now that we finally have color ink, the first card I made with the kit...

I used her elements - I enlarged those adorable little stamps. I knew I would be using them as soon as I saw them, so be prepared to see the other ones on my blog soon. ;)

Instructions: Trim card base and patterned papers. Adhere patterned papers to base, distressing edges with sand paper (my substitute for white ink) and scissors. Adhere doily to papers, and tie bow around base, adding a half pearl to the center of the bow. Print image, cut out, distress with ink, and add to card base using foam squares for dimension. Stamp sentiment, cut out, distress with ink, sandpaper and scissors , and that adhere to clip. Slip clip onto image. 

Isn't it "tweet"? ;)

Have a nice weekend and thanks for stopping in!

Card recipe
Cardstock: DCWV
Patterned paper: Crate, Making Memories, Colorbok
Stamp: Sugarloaf
Ink: Colorbox
Image: Vinnie Pearce Journey Back Elements
Ribbon: Seam binding available HERE
Half pearl: Prima
Clip: K&Co
Doily: Wilton

Supplies: trimmer, adhesive, printer, printer ink, sandpaper, scissors


  1. What a beautiful image girl! So pretty!

  2. Very pretty, love it!! :) :) :) :)

  3. this is gorgeous, Clare!! wow! i adore that postage stamp element, too! LOVE what you did with it! can't wait to see more! =)

  4. I just have one word for this card Clare, STUNNING!!!

  5. This is really a gem, Clare! I love the colors, vintage-ness, design... I just love it ALL!

  6. Gorgeous card Clare! I don't usually even pay attention to the digital kits on 2Peas, but now I've got to check this out!

  7. Wow! Super pretty, adore that mini stamp look and the way you arranged the seam binding!


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