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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Where's the chocolate chip?

This is a card that I've been demonstrating in my Emerging Colour classes. Funnily enough, in each of the classes, someone has asked me at the commencement of proceedings where the chocolate chip cardstock was to be found. As it turns out, it is in the chocolate chip ink pad just busting to get out.

Another funny thing was at each event, someone brought up Boho Backgrounds as a set that piqued their interest - a stamp set that made it from last year's catalogue into this year's which practically means that it has fallen off the radar (Lovely as a Tree is an exception). And they said that before seeing my sample! Freaky, no? *plays Twilight Zone music*

I think that it is a sign that Boho Backgrounds is due for a resurgence!

Card made using emerging colour technique and Stampin' Up! suppliesStampin' Supplies
Baja Breeze
Chocolate Chip
Sahara Sand

Stamp sets:
Boho Backgrounds
Circle Circus
Oval All
Petal Pizzazz

Baja Breeze CS
Kraft CS
Parisian Breeze Specialty
Whisper White CS

Button Bouquet
Clear Embossing Powder
Double-Striped Grosgrain Ribbon in Baja Breeze
Heat Tool
Large Oval Punch
Mini Glue Dot
Scallop Border Punch
Scallop Oval Punch
Sponge Dauber

PS: I know a sample size of two classes isn't anywhere close to statistically significant but it was significant to me!


Linda Craven said...

I love this card, especially the large flower in the middle. It took me a while but I now realise it is the large flower from petal pizazz. Very clever!!! Well done.

Lin Mei said...

A warm welcome to my blog, Linda. Petal Pizzazz is a really pretty set, don't you think?

Fiona said...

very pretty card Lin Mei. We will miss Parisian Breeze when it goes.

Miriam Thomas said...

What a pretty card!

Lin Mei said...

Hey Fiona! It was great being able to sit with you and Ariane at Regionals. And I've put in my order for three more packs of Parisian Breeze because I know there's so much more that I want to do with it.

Lin Mei said...

Hello Miriam! Thank you for visiting and welcome to my blog.