Sunday, June 09, 2013

Everything Eleanor Meets Label Love

Happy Sunday My Blogger Friends!
Today is Day 17 of my Hummingbird Update.....
 I'm thinking it's SERIOUSLY TIME for these little hummers to TEST THEIR WINGS!  Momma is off the nest ALL THE TIME....and still comes back throughout the day to feed them.  Still enjoying my little friends!
 My card today was inspired by my fellow SW Stampers demonstrator friend Sue Brown.  She created this card for our May SW Stampers meeting and I knew the minute I received this card......I was going to HAVE to make this card.  Check out what Sue created.......
This is the PERFECT Wedding or Anniversary card.  It uses the Label Love stamp set for the "Mr and Mrs".....and the Pistachio Pudding swirl is from the Everything Eleanor set.
The Mr and Mrs stamp was done in Crisp Cantaloupe and punched out using the new Artisan Label punch.  It was then popped onto a Crisp Cantaloupe Large Oval punch and then added to one of the dies from the Apothecary Accent Dies that was altered.
A small piece of Vanilla Seam Binding was added behind the Apothecary Accent die-cut piece and that was run across the entire width of the card.
A finishing touch was adding two pearls to the Coastal Cabana die-cut piece and this card was DONE!  Thank You Sue for your GORGEOUS inspiration!
Thanks for joining me today - I'll be back tomorrow to feature another new stamp set from the new 2013-2014 Stampin' UP! catalog........Hope you can make plans to stop back and  join me for my share.  Keep Living Your Dream!


  1. Love the layers of labels here! Such a pretty color that Cantaloupe!

  2. I will be sad too when your hummers leave us; but, they really do need to move on before the next falls apart. You are truly blessed!

    I love your card. Everything Elanor is one of my Fave's and that swirl has been used on a ton of cards that I have seen. The new in-colors are just yummy and go so well together. Love the sentiment too. Thank you for sharing!

  3. sue b. has a knack for pretty cards. thanks for sharing!