Lizzie Anne Designs New March Singles Releases!



It's new release day at Lizzie Anne Designs, and today features two Simply Singles stamps..."Hope", from a quote by Emily Dickenson, and "Ageless", a super fun poke at birthdays! My first card is a little odd for me. A mix of paper backgrounds that ordinarily I wouldn't put together, but I liked it. The border across the center of the card has the medallion from the "Bonjour" set stamped across it. The feature Single is stamped on a Nestie label and matted with another to coordinate with the background papers. Attached with a jute twine bow and the additions of a feather (for obvious reasons) and the flower (just 'cuz), proves once again, that the sentiment can indeed be the focal point of the card...even when the background is busy.
 Lizzie Anne Designs Simply Single "Hope"
medallion from "Bonjour" set
Rich Cocoa Memento ink
WeRMemoryKeepers "Grandma's Kitchen" paper
Daisy D's paper
tan cardstock
jute twine, feather, flower
EK Edger punch, Nestabilities Labels Four die


 For this card, I went with happier colors in my favorite combo of blue and green. I inked last month's Single, "Number block" with blue and green inks and stamped repeatedly over a Nestie cut scalloped circle. I stamped the Number Block again on the small white panel before stamping this month's new Single, "Ageless". The background is a fun argyle print that I had in my stash, as well as the flowered ribbon which is attached to the sentiment panel with a teeny tiny brad.
Lizzie Anne Designs "Ageless" and "Number Block"
Summer Sky, New Sprout, and Bahama Blue Memento inks
Recollections paper
white cardstock, lime cardstock
Nestabilities Scalloped Circle die
ribbon, tiny brad

Now is your opportunity to cyber-run around to the rest of the team blogs and see what they've been up to with these great new Singles, before landing at the Lizzie Anne Designs web site to get
 your own pair...and other fun stuff to go with!

Comments

Taylor said…
Cuteness! I paired the Ageless single with the Number Block, too - great minds think alike! :)
I love that Emily Dickenson poem...several years ago I made a little book with that in it. LOVE it. Thanks for the inspiration Pam.
Rose Ann said…
I'm loving both of your cards, Pam!! Your first card is so pretty with those papers, and your delicate feather!! I love the green and blue colors on your second card, and your Number Block works perfectly with that sentiment too!!
Deb said…
Gorgeous colors! I love how you used different patterns and colors to create a mood! One elegant and lovely, the other whimsical and fun!
Wendy said…
Fabulous cards my friend!!! I hope you are having a fantastic day!!

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