Live your life in such a way that when your feet hit the floor in the morning, Satan shudders and says , " Oh no -- she's awake !! " -- source unknown

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Medallion Card

You can find the directions for this medallion HERE. I love how you can thread ribbon through it, so I had to give it a try. It was really easy! And if I say it was easy, you know it has to be! I used Cranberry and Black paper and ink, and With Love and Say It In Style stamp sets from CTMH. I didn't take a pic of it, but the inside is stamped too. I also used my Cuttlebug, speaking of which, you have to check out the post before this one. They are having some great giveaways at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog! I have some more cards to post, hopefully I will get around to that soon. I am sorry I have been MIA for so long :(
Oh, and the little cutie you see is my great nephew Keegan.
I am helping my oldest daughter plan her wedding, so I seem to have very little free time lately! Thanks for stopping by. Have a Blessed Easter!


Tricia said...

Stacy this is beautiful! What striking colors!! Cute baby, too... :)

Stamp Your Art Out said...

You're blogging again!!! Yeah! I love the card. I might just have to stamplift it for workshop.

Big hugs,

Heather said...

That medallion is GORGEOUS! I love how it pops and how you tied the ribbon through it! I also love red white and black!
Keegan is a doll!
Have fun planing the wedding. It sounds like a lot of work, but lots of memories and fun. We too have been busy with things and have not had many hours to create:) But that is ok too:)
God bless you my friend. I think of you often.

stampmonkey said...

Your medallion card is so pretty, Stacy!! I love that color combo, that gingham ribbon is one of my all-time favorites, and your choice of Cuttlebug background works perfectly with your overall design --beautiful job! (I subscribed to your blog quite a while ago, but I'm not getting your post updates in my email. Guess I'm gonna have to do some snooping around to see if I can fix that!)

Your engaged daughter must be VERY young (and you must've been a child bride yourself!). I hope you're both enjoying this special time spent together planning. ;)

Your nephew is such a cutie! Looks like he has an awesome yard to explore -- lucky guy!