Monday, March 26, 2018

Time Out #105

Time Out is celebrating their fourth birthday so I made them a birthday card.  They are being sponsored by Concord and 9th and I thought it fitting to use one of their stamps.
Their theme includes sunshine and so I made my Fill-in Blooms panel in yellow.  I'm glad this calls for rather loose stamping and if it doesn't I did it anyway.  Sometimes I just can't line up certain stamps.  The sentiment from HA is heat embossed on vellum and I think it says it all.  Thank you for a great challenge Time Out and I wish you many more years to come.

Thanks for dropping by.  I hope your week is off to a great start. 

12 comments:

  1. This sweet card would brighten anyone's day! I love the addition of vellum it give such a delicate touch.

    Patti

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  2. Beautiful work with this set Bobby! Such a lovely card to send for a birthday!

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  3. That vellum banner is just perfect with all of those pretty blooms! This is a marvelous card Bobby!

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  4. Hi Bobby, I had to go back to my card and look at those sequins. Indeed, I see the deer, in fact I can't make it go away anymore, LOL! That is so funny! I am glad I am not the only one that always sees things, that are hidden....Love your card - loose stamping - totally my thing. It looks like some fancy designer paper! I have a total aversion to line up stamps - too darn cumbersome and nerve racking. I initially bought some of those sets, tried them and just never got beyond that. I should get rid of them - way too tedious!

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  5. This is a lovely Birthday card and gives a lovely romantic feel. The stamping looks good to me. I can't line up these builder stamps ever so have not bought any since my first few ones! Thank you for all the support you give us, we always love to see you in the gallery at Time Out x

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  6. Love, love, LOVE what you have done with that stamp set. I'm pinning. You have used it perfectly here, and I really like your colors. Using the vellum tag is perfect with this busy background. I hope I can find time to play with this stamp set, you have inspired me. Well done, I'm going into my craft room right now to pull that set out!!!

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  7. Bobby, my friend, this has zoomed right to the top of my favorites from you!!! LOve the yellow [whose is it?] and the gorgeous colors you've used for your little nosegays, that are perfectly aligned for this challenge! Can't wait to borrow this one again!
    Happy Easter, bunny hunches!
    =]

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  8. Oh, Bobby. This is so stunning. I thought it was patterned paper. Fabulous stamping and a lovely card. What a fantastic masculine card. Love that image. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.

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  9. m not a good liner upper either, but what you did here looks purposeful and fabulous! Always wonderful to see you here with us at Time Out!

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  10. Simply beautiful card Bobby...love your gorgeous flowers that you stamped, I too thought it was patterned paper when I first saw your sweet card.

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  11. That's such a gorgeous, soft Time Out birthday card, Bobby ... thank you! The colours are gorgeous and I think the stamping is simply lovely when it's ever so slightly loose ... adds a certain delicacy to those sweet posies! Thanks so much for playing along with us at our 4th birthday celebrations (and always!) at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)

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  12. Your loose stamping of these florals makes for one gorgeous card! WOW!
    Hugs~c

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