Thursday, November 13, 2008

Just Rite Stamper:Precious In Blue

I had this oval shaped Easter box in my stash and knew that it would be perfect for the Just Rite stamps! I also wanted to use the baby buggy from the Rubber Soul set I used to make the baby announcement.
I cut a scallop oval (2nd one down in the Scallop Oval set Lg.), a large oval (2nd one down in the Oval Lg. set), and a smaller oval (3rd one down in the Oval Lg. set). I love the look of layering the rings and centers with foam! Plus, using two different colors of ink is also great.
The center stamp acutally has a pacifier, but I wanted to use the buggy. By masking the pacifier, I was able to only ink the words.
I stamped the baby buggy on white paper. It took 2 strips of paper to make it all the way around the box. It took 2 strips of all the papers to get around the box, but by staggering the edges and using some strong adhesive, it all worked out perfectly.

Another Just Rite Stamper card. I love the grey and blue tone of this card!

Several of us are posting today to help out our team member, LaurieSchmidlin. They just learned that Laurie's daughter has a brain tumor. The future is unclear for them, until more testing can be conmpleted. Please, please keep Laurie and her daughter, Ali in your prayers.
Check out these blogs today (these women are so talented!):
Michelle
Tosh
Carolyn
Denise
Cindy
Charmaine

thanks for stopping by!

Supplies for Box:
Patterned paper-Scenic Route
Cardstock-Papertrey Ink
Ink-Palette (Ocean Tides, Dark Chocolate)
Ribbon-Papertrey Ink (Grosgrain Ocean Tides)
Tools-Oval Nesties (Spellbinders), Threading Water punch (Fiskars)
Supplies for Card:
Patterned paper-My Mind's Eye
Cardstock-Bazzill, Papertrey Ink
Ink-Palette (Charcoal)
Ribbon-May Arts
Brads-Queen & Co
Tools-Oval Nesties (Spellbinders)

19 comments:

Tammy Hershberger said...

Sweet project, Kim! I love the colors on both of them! What did you put in the box???

Michelle said...

WOW! I LOVE the box...it's absolutely stunning! And your card is gorgeous too! You did a FABULOUS job of showcasing the JustRite products, and you made Rubber Soul (and me) proud too! Total Perfection! Thanks, my friend! :-)

Denise (peanutbee) said...

GREAT card and, oh my word, I loooove that Easter box. Beautifully done and oh so sweet. :)

Mothermark said...

Oh my! Is right! These both are just wonderful! I love, love, love the colors of the baby one, yep, I know, its boy's colors...maybe having boys isn't so bad hey Kim?

Love both of your projects! You rock!

Carolyn King said...

AWESOME---both the box and the card are just wonderful and perfect! You did a fantastic job with them!

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

Oh my!! What a precious card!! And that box is just too charming!! Love them both!!

Amanda said...

Super cute! love the oval shape and the colors are great too. You are so talented!

Valerie said...

OH MY GIRL these are just ADORABLE!

Rox-Ann said...

Wow absolutely stunning! Love this little box and card are just precious!

Lynn Mercurio said...

This project certainly IS precious. It's such a great gift combo...sure to please. Love the colors...they look fabulous together.

Kacey Elliott said...

What a cute box you created! I LOVE that card though, different, but so appropriate - love the colors together!

Niki Estes said...

I love them both, Kim! That box is amazing! I love the colors and details! You are always so sweet in the comments you leave and I have to tell you that I feel the exact same way. You are headed for the big time in this industry!

Linda Beeson said...

Your creations are just plain precious! I so love the colors you used for both of them and the JustRite stamps were so perfect.

Deanna said...

Oh I love the oval box and as per usual you made it even more awesome!

Julie Masse said...

What beautiful projects Kim!! Everything coordinates so nicely -what great gifts!! Been praying for Laurie & her daughter, any news?

Carolina said...

So, so , so precious! Love the color combo, the box ix just adorable and card is beautifully detailed with just the right number of embellishments!

maria fiscella said...

Gorgeous projects, Kim! And what patience and skill to be able to do the threading water punch for so long!

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS, Kimberly! WOW!

Debbie Olson said...

Oh, WOW! How sweet is this? I love the clean, contemporary lines and colors--great job!