Saturday, July 24, 2010

Convention 2010...Day Three & another chance to WIN!

ATC's (artist trading cards) are also a hit at Convention!
Though they are smaller, they make great starts to a full card or they make great accents to a scrapbook page!
Today's swap comes from another friend, Liz!
(I bet you all think that I don't stamp!, Ha Ha)
I do and I will be showing you more of my own creations and Michael's as the week goes on! 
For now.....I want to show off the work of my friends and customers! 
 (Afterall, they have a great teacher....I know, funny!)

This is a charmer, don't ya think?
This is the new Elizabeth stamp!  This is such a versatile stamp, great for any ocassion and can have such a fantastic vintage look!  Liz is my vintage girl, she can turn just about any stamp into a vintage look!
She used one of my favorites......Chocolate Chip!  More Mustard is the highlight for the word Cherish which comes from the Baroque Motif set.  A little heat embossing and a rhinestone and you are ready to go!
You could mount this on almost any color cardstock.  Here, Liz used, Rich Razzleberry!

Let the comments begin!  Leave a comment today and earn another entry into our Convention Drawing.  You could be the lucky one who the random selctor chooses on Monday, July 26th to receive a stamp set of your choice valued up to $25.95!
Good Luck!


  1. Thanks, Kellie, for sharing one of my creations. After all, I couldn't resist using a stamp named after me! The Elizabeth stamp truly is versatile and can be used with so many sentiments. Can't wait to see what other vintage finds you've picked up from the convention. - Liz

  2. The colors are wonderful and I like the heat embossing. I've only done it a few times, but I always like how it comes out.


  3. Very pretty.. hope you guys are having a ton of fun!!!!

  4. Yay!!! I'm so glad you're sharing this ATC from Liz. I really love the colors and the bling!
    She's a "cherished" stamper in our group from Durango!

  5. Liz, This ATC shouts fabulous! I love the way you blended the colors and the lace stamp really adds a delicate touch.
    Susan Ashburn


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