Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Feel Better Blend

I'm playing along with the Moxie Fab Speech Bubble challenge and created this card using some PTI and Hero Arts stamps:


I had cut out this PTI tea kettle about two weeks ago trying to use it for another challenge.......but it just didn't work...........so it sat on my desk until this challenge.  I used my Simon Say Stamp Memory Box speech bubble die cut and PTI sentiment that I cut apart.

I created my own background using two different Hero Arts stamps. I just love the shape of those hearts!

To jazz it up just a bit, I used my Glossy Accents on the hearts and the tea kettle polka dots.

You've got until April 1st if you want to join this challenge!


Thanks for your visit!

11 comments:

Amanda R said...

Oh I love those little tea bags! This is so cute!

Lynn McAuley said...

How cute is that! What a great get well card, Maria!!

Kathy and Lucky said...

This is too cute and so much fun for someone not feeling well, it is sure to bring smiles. I have been eyeing the speech bubble set, thinking I may have to get it now.

jimlynn said...

Cute way to do that background - perfect for this card! Love those little glossing hearts too. Fantastic card!
Lynn

Nancy said...

I was wondering if you could share where you purchased the wonderful stamp storage wall hanging in your craft room? Love your blog.
Thanks
Nancy

Audrey Pettit said...

How cute! Such a fun use for a speech bubble. Love the stamped background you created, too!

Monica said...

Great designer paper. And the kettle is almost popping out.

Karin Ã…kesdotter said...

FABULOUS card! And the pictures in the first post were just wonderful - made me all jealous!!!

Happy Easter hugs, Karin

Elizabeth Allan said...

You certainly "brewed" some cheerful wishes with this lovely card Maria!

Cheryl said...

Cute! I really love the little tea bags

Cath said...

Hey Maria! Thanks for linking this up to the Speech Bubble Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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