Thursday, August 20, 2009

Purple onion share

Here are a few cards I did on retreat using some of my new Purple Onion stamps.
These two are done using one of the new stamp sets out What's the scoop. This one uses a Shabby definition stamp.
I had fun playing with some of the older Prima hydranga flowers on this. Rolled it up with a pin and a few pieces of curled wire in the middle.
On this one I used the Circle set 2 and the Stiches set which is on the same page along with some of Jodies gorgeous dolies.
Thanks for popping in, any comments and happy scrapping.

15 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

OMYGOSH!!! SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!!! Love that fabric on that first card....and loveeeeeeeeeeeee the ICE CREAM! :):):):):):):):):):):):):)

AnnaB said...

Absolutely gorgeous...!!! I'm so into fabric right now and I LOVE your cards!

sharon Ong said...

I love your little rolled up hydrangea with the pin - very cool idea Julie!

Kelly Booth said...

WOW WOW Julie these are So Yummy...Love each one but the first and the last one are my FAVES....
WONDERFUL Cards!!!

Shimano (aka Christine) said...

love love love them all. xx

Kathie said...

Very nice indeed Julie! Your cards are just stunning!! Love what you have done with the 1/2 tart too!!! The sketch take is awesome..... WTG girl!!
Kathie
xoxo

Cheryl Kosakura said...

Your cards are absolutely gorgeous!
-Cher

gscrapbooks said...

Wow! These are gorgeous - you do beautiful work!(I found you from the Hero Arts flickr site on the blog addy roll thread).

gscrapbooks said...

Thanks for the new blog addy!

Ceci said...

ooh what exciting cards Julie!! Very inspiring stuff. :D

mandysea said...

OOOOH MY GOLLY GOSH!!
These are just STUNNING gf!!
Wow wow wow!

Tanya said...

That first one with the fabric is sooo beautiful!!

Diana said...

Especially love the FOR YOU card Julie!

Katherine said...

Love the vintage look. Might have to pull down some old laces I have and have a play around too.

Deb said...

Your cards are just gorgeous Julie. Luv them all and luv what you have done with that Prima flower.