April 17, 2013

Birthday cards

It's the third and final day of the new Casual Friday Stamps release sneak peeks!
Have you been checking out all the amazing peeks from the Girl Fridays?

I know I've said it before, but this one might just be my favorite so far. *smile*
It's called Bold Wishes and I love, love, love the images in this set!

This set is amazing for background stamping, or for creating a focal point like I did with my first card. And the sentiments fit so well with the bold theme.

Don't forget that all three sets from this month's release will be available in the store tomorrow right after the full reveal!
And if you've been commenting on the blog, your name might be one of the winners announced tomorrow too!

Thanks for stopping by,


Lynn said...

Oh my. Was looking at the first and saying I love it. So elegant and then I got to the second. Love the colors in the second. Two awesome cards. Can't pick a favorite!

Rhonda said...

These are adorable Dana. Love the bright colors best.

Kelly Griglione said...

Oh Dana, I LOVE your first card with your layered flower and the petal lines! Wish I had thought of it : ) The line with the graduated flowers is very inspired too. Such a fabulous look! Totally appreciate all the stamping on your second one too!

Lisa said...

OH...MY...GOODNESS!!! Dana you completely blew me away with these! Your first card is just stunning, so elegant. And then you turn around take the same set and make something completely sweet! You rock ;)

Miriam Prantner said...

Great cards! I just LOVE that first one with that great bold flower! The little lines you added look fantastic!

Emily Keaton said...

Dana, I can see why you LOVE this set--you've made some amazing cards with it. LOVE the bold colors on the 2nd and the CAS-ness of the 1st :)

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Both are fabulous, but my favo is the first, wow! TFS

Greta said...

Oh wow--your first card gets pinned--love it, Dana! Really have to add to my CF stamp collection--1 won't do!

Barb Murphy said...

Dana!!! These are awesome! I love this image...it reminds me of architectural rosettes :)