Sunday, June 28, 2009


Aloha! So what do it mean when we say that? By definition: aloha is a traditional greeting or farewell.

Here's another card I've had in the archives of the computer for quite a while and have just forgotten to post. It's from Lizzie Anne Designs, their Garden Isle set, and just goes to show the versatility of the set. I showed an earlier post using the little hula girl surfing, and now just with the flowers in the set.

For this card, I used some Die Cuts With A View pre-cut mat paper with Stampin Up regal rose, sponged around the edges of both before stamping to create my own "designer paper". After stamping, cutting, and adhering the main images, I stamped the saying in the bottom right corner. The card took a total of about 20min to make with most of the time being taken up with the cutting.

A very clean and simple card that can be made in a matter of minutes.

Stamps: Lizzie Anne Designs Garden Isle
Cardstock: Stampin Up Regal Rose, White, DCWV Scalloped Mat Stack
Ink: Stampin Up Regal Rose, Pallet Noir Black, PTI Spring Moss

1 comment:

  1. Love the bright colors and those gorgeous tropical flowers. Beautiful card, Bonnie.