Friday, December 23, 2011

Market Street Stamps meets CAS-ual Fridays for a Block Party

Have you heard?

Market Street Stamps and CAS-ual Fridays
are meeting up for a special challenge and Block Party!


The theme is: Brown Paper Packages Tied Up With String



I used the new "Faith In You" stamp set from Market Street Stamps for this clean and simple card. Just a bit of mist, some embossing, and of course some of The Twinery's twine!


For this special collaboration, both challenges will be running for two weeks!
You have until Wednesday January 4th to enter.

Between the 2 challenges, there are amazing prizes and even a Guest Designer spot up for grabs!
You can find the full details on the Market Street Stamps blog
and the CAS-ual Fridays blog.


Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:
Cardstock: The Paper Company (Kraft); Georgia Pacific (White);
Stamps: Market Street Stamps (Faith In You);
Ink: VersaMark (Watermark);
Embossing Powder: Hero Arts (White);
Mist: Studio Calico (Bluegrass);
Twine: The Twinery (Caribbean, Cappuccino);
Dies: Spellbinders (Labels Twenty);
Tools: Fiskars (Trimmer, Scissors, 1/8" Round Hand Punch); Martha Stewart/EK Success (Scoring Board);

5 comments:

  1. LOOOOOVE the teal with the kraft--great misting!! BEAUTIFULLY done:)

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  3. Beautiful. I do like this sentiment and the die cut is so elegant.

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  4. Oh this is so pretty , I guess I missed it ,over the weekend. I love how simple it is yet very elegant.

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