Here's a scrapbook layout from when my parents visited us when we lived in Okinawa. I think as soon as I finish this post, I'm gonna have to go pull out some photos to scrap...I looked at my scrapbook layout gallery on SCS and I just really want to add to it now! (Supplies for this particular layout listed here.)
Here are a couple of name frames I made. That Bella Rose DSP is still some of my very favorite, and I have a *lot* of DSP. *giggle*
Here's more Bella Rose DSP and a CAS card. If I ever draw Baroque Motifs as the Friday Flashback stamp set, that post is gonna be a mile long. I love that giant swirl!
I made this for a friend of mine who was battling cancer when I sent it to her (I think the stamp set sales went to benefit cancer research of some kind). Sadly, my friend lost her battle at the age of 31, but I still think of her every day and miss her always.
I think this is my favorite card I've made with this stamp set; that stamp I used on the border is part of Strength & Hope and the sentiment is from my fave Fabulous Phrases. And for once I didn't cut out those stinkin' butterfly antennae!
So here's today's card. It's a bit muted compared to the previous card, but I kinda like it. I think Sahara Sand is my favorite pale neutral; I know everyone else is crazy for Crumb Cake but for me, Sahara Sand is where it's at. The sentiment on here is from the also-retired set Friendship Flowers; I thought it went with the theme of Strength & Hope. And there's that Cast-a-Spell DSP that I'm using once again for not-Halloween stuff :)
Thanks for joining me for today's Friday Flashback, have a wonderful weekend!
Supplies for last card:
Stamps: Strength & Hope, Friendship Flowers (both retired)
Ink: Always Artichoke, Sahara Sand, Perfect Plum, Rose Red
Paper: Always Artichoke, Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla, Cast-a-Spell DSP (retired)