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Great Impressions Stamps–This Is How I Roll

Happy Monday!  Today I have another card created using one of the kitchen themed stamps from Great Impressions Stamps.   This fun stamp is “I Roll” (E768).

 

2013-02-25 GI I Roll WM

 

To continue with the homey feel from the stamp, I used some October Afternoon papers, twine, a doily and pearls.  All these things make me think of Grandma’s kitchen.   I can almost smell the cookies or pie that she is baking.

Although this is all so homey and cozy, I have to admit that I had the  song from LMFAO with these lyrics running through my head the entire time I was crafting.    Everybody sing it with me, “This is how I roll…”

Are you ready for the Great Impressions Spring Bunny Hop?   Mark your calendars for March 5 to hop along with us to see some spring projects from the Great Impressions Stamps team and your chance to win some prizes.

Thank you for stopping by!   Have a wonderful week!

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:   I Roll (E768) from Great Impressions Stamps
  • Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Distress Ink Antique Linen
  • Paper:  Neenah Classic Crest solar white, Papertrey kraft & dark chocolate CS, October Afternoon Fly a Kite collection
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders circle Nestabilities, Copic markers
  • Embellishments:  doily, May arts burlap twine, Queen & Co pearls

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Comments

1CardCreator said…
I love this Cheryl, the sentiment is perfect and I love the doily and the papers too! ~Diane
Sandra H said…
l just love your card Cheryl x
Sonia said…
Gorgeous card dear Cheryl and cute image,I love the papers used^_^
Hugs,
Sonia
Jinny Newlin said…
Cute, cute, CUTE, Cheryl! Lovin' that sentiment ;)! Too fun!
Uma graça, super delicado, todos os detalhes, beijo!!
Lida_M said…
Wow!So beautiful and warm card!I like it!
jimlynn said…
Fabulous! Love the image and sentiment and the DP is just perfect for this. Very nice!
Lynn
Sue - bearhouse said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl. I love the image and the papers and details work so well with it. I like the way you have added the twine.
Hugs Sue
Pia S said…
I think you've created such a great card - everything is so nicely put together. I like the paper with squares - a perfect choice for this kitchen themed image with great matching sentiment! I spotted your card on MIM.
KER said…
haha...love the stamp...great old-fashioned feel to this card
Loz said…
This is Fabulous and your coloring is Fantastic..Loz
Visiting from MIM..
Donna Mosley said…
Gorgeous card Cherl, love the sweet image and scrummy papers.

Donna x
Angelique said…
Beautifull card. Great colouring and I just love that doily behind it all.
Thank you for joining us at 613 Avenue Create.

Huggsss, Angelique
Joan V said…
I love the feel of this card. It is homey and cozy. Thanks for sharing.
Lisa said…
What a gorgeous card!! I love the design and the stitching!! The sentiment is so fun!! Happy Monday :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Athina said…
I just love the warm feeling of your card! It is absolutely beautiful! Thanks for playing with us at Loves Rubberstamps!
Annette said…
such a cute sentiment...great card..
Mema's Crafts said…
I just loved your card! The cuteness and simplicity made me laugh. Thanks for visiting our neighborhood and stopping by at 613 Avenue Create.

Hugs
Lesia
DT Member
Personal Blog:
http://www.memascrafts.blogspot.com
Anita said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl. Love the sentiment with that rolling pin lol! And you can never go wrong with OA papers - they're pefect for this image.
Lisa Lynn said…
Your card is adorable Love that stamp and it goes great with he papers.
Chrissy said…
Terrific card Cheryl, love the sentiment and great papers.

Thanks for sharing with us at Make it Monday..

Luv CHRISSYxx
Karin said…
Darling and kitchen-y :) What a fun stamp!
Monique said…
Nice card! Great stamp.
Visiting from MIM.
Sheila H said…
The doilie is a cute embellie! I popped over from MIM where I saw your card.
Tamie said…
Crisp, clean and oh so stunning! Love the rolling pin and the way you used the twine on you creation. Love the colors too. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome creation with us at 4 Crafty Chicks.
I love your card the Image and papers have a great homely feel to them! Thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge!
Hugs xx Cara xx DT
arjette said…
This is really beautiful!!!
Thank you for joining us at ATSC!!

gr. arjette.
Leanne said…
Thanks for playing our Twine Challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks, great job!
Love your card! I have a think for doilies and use them often...Saw you on MIM and also pinned your creation! Have a great day!
Kathy said…
Cheryl, this is just darling. Love the gingham and doily with the image, so homey. Thanks so much for joining us at SSD this week for our stitch it up challenge.
Tracy said…
You've really captured the feel of a homey kitchen with this card Cheryl. The doily and gingham are fantastic! Hugs!
debbi taylor said…
this is lovely
thank you for joining in the challenge at robyns fetish this week
hugs
Debbi x
Hysterical!!!!!!!

I especially like the font with it too!!

The doily gives the card a 'kitchen' feel too!!!
Debra Miller said…
Love this card Cheryl and the sentiment is fantastic. Thanks for joining us at Little Miss Muffet Blue and Yellow challenge. - Deb
Valou ALLARD said…
Very beautiful card! thanks for playing with IDIC this week! good luck!
Laura Love said…
This is so awesome! I totally love the colors! What a fun card! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Loves Rubberstamps and we hope you play along with us again soon :)
Mandy said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, so cute.
Thanks for joining us at Addicted To Stamps
hugs Mandy xx
Chana said…
To say I love this card doesn't quite cover it! Fabulous project beautifully executed! Thanks for stopping by our house at 613 Avenue Create!
Hugz,
Chana
Love it! Great sentiment and gorgeous papers. Thanks for sharing with us at Little Miss Muffet!
Shelly said…
Cute card Cheryl, I love your take on our blue and yellow theme! Thanks for joining us at Little Miss Muffet! xx
Margreet said…
Gorgeous card with pretty papers and a lovely layout..thanks for sharing with us at Little Miss Muffet!
xxx Margreest (GD)

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