Thursday, March 6, 2008

Spring Fever

Well, if this doesn't give you spring fever, nothing will! I created this frame for Paper Salon for CHA. It uses PS/Karen Nueburger Sorbet Collection; the butterflies are done with an EK Success punch and outlined with Stickles, the bottom is scrap-elastic and a stamp from the Fall Frolic tin. I love this picture, too. One of my favorite things to photograph while traveling is flowers. This particular one was one I found in Thailand - so cheery!



Speaking of Paper Salon, my remainding new release stamps arrived yesterday. Between that, my SU! order from last week, and my new Papertrey Ink, I am swimming in new stamps! Sadly though, I haven't had as much opportunity to use them as I would like. Hopefully tomorrow will be a stamp-filled day! In the meantime, be well! ~ Jenn

8 comments:

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

This is adorable! What a beautiful frame!

Heather said...

SOOO cute! Seriously! I've been meaning to email and share my huge congratulations your way for your recent accomplishments in the paper crafting world! I recently fell in love with the whole nestabilities thing (thanks to Nicole at PaperTrey) and TOTALLY love Paper Trey Ink! I'm WAY jealous but oh so proud of you! Way to go!

Heather said...

OH yes.... now that I'm thinking about it... TAG you're it! The information is on my blog. :)

Aunt T said...

Gorgeous card. Yup - I'm feeling a little feverish! We had sunshine yesterday and some of our snow has melted. Your card is now adding to my yearn for springlike weather.

Teresa

Bethany Paull said...

Great frame. Really love the sparkly edged butterflies. I can't wait to see what's up your sleeve with all those new stamps.

Lauren (mytime) said...

OMG! I LOVE PS!!! And I LOVE that paper! I need some. When is it coming out? WOW!!!!!

Melissa said...

You are spoiled rotten girl--but I freely admit you deserve to be spoiled---and a girl certainly can't have too many stamps.
Sweet little project Jenn!
Melissa

Erin Bigler said...

OMG Jenn - LOVE that dp! And what a great idea for photos of flowers! I've got tons myself, even some gorgeous ones from my own yard, and have always wondered what to do with them...Thanks for the inspiration!