Thursday, June 21, 2012

Silly Shells - A Mark's Finest Papers, A Heinrich Company Blog Hop

Welcome to Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrich Company's 
                        June Blog Hop!
This month's New Stamp Set Releases are
Welcome Poppies Featured June 19
I'm In Stitches Featured June 20
Island Life Featured June 21
Silly Shells Featured June 22
Please hop along with us! You have a chance to win one of the above stamp sets! Just comment on the following blogs (don't forget this one), each day for more chances to win! (You do NOT have to comment on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly!) All four winners will be announced on June 23, 2012 on the Mark's Finest Papers blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. (HINT: The more you comment, the more chances you have to win and comments on the MFP blog count twice!) The deadline for commenting is 11PM EST on Friday June 22, 2012.

Pat G.
Karen H.
Patty P.
Thrifty Stamper
Janis L.
Mark's Finest

Hooray!  Friday is here and it brings us the last blog hop of June for the Mark's Finest Papers, A Heinrich Company release.  Today brings us Silly Shells.  What a darling set!!  I opted to make a birthday card.  I embossed the cone shell, sponged some ink over the top and trimmed it out.  I popped it up over my sentiment panel, embossed the mat below and tied on some copper cording.  I'll be taking off for a little camping later today.  It's too bad that we aren't heading to the beach to find some lovely shells like we have featured today.  We are going east of the mountains to find warmer weather.  It's still a bit cold to enjoy some shell hunting on the West Coast!

Thanks for stopping by!  Head on to Tangii's blog now for a bit of eye candy!

Details - Stamps: Silly Shells (MFP); Paper:  Sweet Tooth White, Chocolate Chip; Ink:  Versamark, Creamy Caramel, Blush Blossom, Groovy Guava, Chocolate Chip; Accessories: Clear ep, heat tool, paper snips, Nestabilities, D'vine Swirls ef, copper cording, stampin' dimensionals. 


Tammylee said...

Love this monochromatic card! It is clean and simple yet so rich!

Cynthia said...

Lovely design, Toni.

Janine said...

Really lovely card - great shell. Enjoy your weekend.

Jo4Him said...

Terrific card; love the CAS, with interesting details. Thanks for sharing

Benzi said...

So pretty, Toni! I love all the white space as it makes the shell pop.
Have fun on your camping trip and I'm crossing my fingers for some warm weather for you. :-)

stamping sue said...

very nice card. like all the textures in the layers.
stamping sue

kurtskd said...

Quite a lovely card. I like your layers. kk

Lois said...

That shell makes a great birthday card -- it almost looks like a slice of birthday cake! Very pretty.

Katie said...

great the color choices...

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the way the sea shell pops off the card. Makes me want to go to the beach to look for sea shells but I'm a far piece from a beach area. Have to settle for my pool to swim in. I like all things sea shell. Have a sea shell collection in my master bathroom. Wallpaper theme of master bathroom is beach/sand castles/sea shells.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

JennyH said...

Very nice CAS card, love the two-tone brown and white, very classy : )

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

Wonderful with all the white and the touches of brown!

Pat Garvin said...

Very clean and classy.

maryr917 said...

this is a great birthday card for a beach lover

Pam said...

Absolutely beautiful and clean.

MariLynn said...

Love how you have the shell cut out and dimensional. Great birthday card.

Janis said...

LOVE the white on white with a touch of color and that swirl background. :) Janis

Georgei said...

very pretty card like how you did

Sue D said...

Very pretty--I like the embossing.

Debbie Moran said...

Great card. I love the color on sea shell, it makes it look so real.

Kathy Bradley said...

Tangii, so very pretty! Your shell looks very 3d - awesome.

Winnie and Patty said...

What a beautiful CAS card Toni. Very elegant! Love the background embossing. TFS

Elizabeth Hart said...

The sponging on the shell created a very realistic image and the dry embossing was perfect for this lovely card.