Thursday 19 April 2012

Medallion and Rosettes...

What awful weather we are having today. One minute it's lovely sunshine, and the next it's raining or hailstones! Anyway, I hope today's card will put a smile on your face.... It's one of the cards made at my monthly card class this month (April)
I have always loved the "Medallion" stamp and it has had lots of use. I know some people think it's a very limited stamp and not very versatile, and may be put off by it's size and wonder what else they can make with it... I don't and I love it!! Even though it's very large, it always stamps so beautifully. And as one of my lovely Ladies had told me she was having trouble making rosettes, I decided to add it into this months class so everyone attending could "get the hang of it", which they did! I am always so pleased when they leave with new skills after originally thinking they couldn't do it!
Stampin' Up! supplies used:
Stamps - Medallion background stamp, Curly Cute (sentiment)
Card stock - Pear Pizzazz, Soft Suede, Whisper White, Baja Breeze
Ink - Soft Suede
Paper - Designer Series Paper (DSP) Spice Cake 12x12"
Punches - 1" Circle, 1 1/4" Circle
Accessories - Silver brad
Card inspired by Dawn Olchefske

If you would like to attend my monthly card classes, the dates are listed under the "Classes in 2012" tab. I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully seeing you at a class soon.

Thank you for stopping by today, and make sure you stay safe, dry and warm!
Luv Lynne


  1. Oooh this is lovely Lynney, I love that stamp as well but always seem to forget I've got it!! Are you going to the Retreat this year?
    Margaret x

  2. Hello lovely Margaret!
    Yes, I am at this years ReTreat - can't wait. Booked 2 classes, so the rest of the time I can play, craft and chat! Are you both going again?
    Thanks for your comment - glad you love the medallion stamp too - I challenge you to use it!
    Luv Lynney

  3. Hi Lynney
    What a lovely card, the rosette just finishes it off.
    Thanks for your lovely comments about my food on Margaret's blog.
    See you in a couple of weeks time, maybe you could do a class on rosettes!!! Linda x


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