Monday, August 9, 2010

Stamp of the Week

There is just something about lighthouses....
they are so beautiful!
Not only in real life, but as rubber stamp
images as well.

This Portland Head Light image from
 is certainly no exception!

...and, since this beauty happens to be
the Stamp of the Week.....
how'd you like to get it at 50% off???
Head on over to the
and check out all the details!

Make sure to check out what the other
Rock Stars have done with this beauty as well:



Here is my card.....


Card details:
Stamps: Portland Head Light 1401-P, RI sentiment
Paper: Black, white
Ink: versafine black
Misc: bakers twine-(which can be found in my etsy shop)

Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

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15 comments:

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Lovely card, Julie. It works so well when done monochromatically. Love the twine!

Marisa said...

Fabulous image and a great masculine card!

Janice M said...

Beautiful card Julie!! LOVE how you used the bakers twine!!

Whimsey said...

What a beautiful card; LOVE the twine (so yummy)!!

Harriet Skelly said...

Wow great minds - we both did monochromatic cards today! I love the twine - it adds a lot to this beautiful CAS card!!

joy said...

The black and white is so sophisticated! Beautiful card!1

Michelle @ Traditional Simplicity said...

Hey Julie, I didn't know you had a blog and etsy shop for your cards! Your cards are beautiful.

Darsie Bruno said...

a fabulous card, Julie, I love the simplicity of it and black and white is always a sure winner!

Makiko Jones said...

What a beautiful CAS style!! I wish I had the creative mind like you :)

Alison H said...

Beautiful Jules! Love the bakers twine on there... Very Nautical.

Ayana Posadas said...

I absolutely loveeee this card Julie! Very CAS and so awesome! I'm seriously loving that Baker's twine!

Dana said...

Love, love, love this card.

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Jenny said...

Great card! Now wheres the blog challenge badge for my challenges on your blog LOL!! :) :) :) :) :)

Lynette said...

So beautifully done, Julie!