Sunshine and in Shade


So excited to be the Friday Friend this week over at Stamp a Sweet Impression.  Thank you, Taylored Expressions! I won’t say to much because I did the full interview for Jami, and you can read it here.  I pretty much do whatever Jami tells me. She’s the bossy one – her own self-proclaimed title, BTW – not my words. You always know where you stand. I love working with her and Taylor thru my job at Splitcoast. I love the stamps and variety of doo-dads and fun things at the Taylored Expressions store. And, long before any of us actually worked in this wonderful industry, I was blessed to count these two special women among my friends…in sunshine and shade.

  • Stamps: Branching Out & Accessories – Taylored Expressions
  • Cardstock: Baja Breeze – Stampin Up!, October Afternoon patterned paper
  • Ink: Rich Cocoa Memento – Tsukineko
  • Accs: Copic Markers, Linen Thread, Nestabilities, Sukura Clear Glaze Pen, Basic Grey mini brads

10 responses to “Sunshine and in Shade

  1. um, lori, hello. this is too cute for words! big fan of the october afternoon paper (i have some and of course, it’s yellow. that may have something to do with it!). 🙂

  2. You do the best birdhouses and bee hives, Lori! I love the hanging one here and what a fun sketch! The flower center brads–awesome!

  3. This card is the cutest thing. The nest is so sweet. Love the placement of the flower in the paper strip. Picked up a copy of Stamp It Cards today. Your teacher card is Fabulous. Hope you are having a great weekend. Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. Wow, great card, lovely blog!

  5. What an awesome card. Love the fun paper and the cute images… TFS!

  6. what a sweet card. love the sentiment.

  7. This is too sweet!! I love the images, patterned papers, and wonderful sentiment!! Love this, Lori!!

  8. Oh, I missed this — congratulations, sweetie! Fabulous card — I love the papers and sweet hanging birdhouse!

  9. BTW, what paper is this? New?

  10. This rocks. I wish I could afford copics. I’m going to try starting with watercolors and see how far that can get me. I love this so much, though…you make me want to leap before I’m ready! 😀

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