Friday, September 26, 2008

Uppsy Daisy!



Happy Friday everyone!
Well, I guess we all survived another week on the planet! Thank God!
I may have mentioned earlier in the week my SU! order, so today I attempted a card using Uppsy Daisy and some new incolors. I need more experience stamping with the silhouette stamps, as it appears my ink isn't very clear. Perhaps my color choice was not a good one to stamp the Kiwi Kiss on the Baja Breeze? I do like the combo though it is soothing to me.
Quick post, as I am meeting my DD (Brittney) for lunch in an hour and I am in my jammies still!
Thanks for your visits and any input is greatly appreciated! Have a wonderful weekend!
Deb

8 comments:

Allison said...

Lovely Deb...great colors!

Diane said...

That is a nice color combo indeed!
Hope you had a great lunch with DD!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Dawn Easton said...

I'm in love with this new stamp too Deb! Just got mine the other day and can't wait to ink it up again.
Maybe try just cleaning your stamp and stamping again. I find sometimes the new stamps don't take a wet ink so well the first couple of times.
Lovely card!

a portland granny said...

I love that stamp. I have just ordered it and can hardly wait for it to arrive! Your card is lovely, and you are right--that is a nice color combination.

Trust you had a wonderful lunch with your daughter. I just had a California daughter visiting me this last week and it as so fun--just sitting and remembering together. We are blessed.

Bonnie said...

I love it Deb! It has the distressed look (artfully not personally hehe!)and I do love those colours!

Fe-Fe said...

very pretty. Love the colour combo.

Rita said...

Beautiful card Deb! I luv this color combo!

Sometimes on these solid stamps I will rub an eraser over it (takes out chemicals) & then clean it on my scrubber & stamp a few times. The image will improve & look more solid. Good luck!

Rose Ann said...

Your card is so beautiful, Deb!! I really love the colors you've used (some of my favorites).

Frequently I use pigment inks with my solid images because of the reason you mentioned. The advice the others have given you is great also.