Monday, April 6, 2009


Aaaaaah, Spring is in the Air! Well - sort of! It is kind of chilly today in Ohio and we even had a light dusting of snow this morning (I am hoping it doesn't knock off all the beautiful blooms on my weeping cherry tree). But - I am sure that Spring is really going to be here for the rest of the week! It's my favorite time of year. I love seeing all the tulips and daffodils start blooming, along with flowering trees!

Cornish Heritage Farms has a lovely little spring stamp called Tulip Girl and it comes from their Saturday Evening Post Collection. It is by far my favorite new spring stamp that we are carrying. The girl looks like a little angel - I just want to squeeze her - and the detail on this stamp is amazing. There is so much you can do with color for this stamp.

Here is a card sample made by Joanne Allison for Cornish Heritage Farms. I hope it puts a little "spring" into your step!

The supplies that Joanne used on this super cute card are.....
Tulip Girl Stamp - Saturday Evening Post Line for Cornish Heritage Farms
The Great Canadian Set (Spring Stamp) - The Rummage Bin Line for Cornish Heritage Farms
Prism Papers - Razzleberry Medium, Suede Brown Dark, and Simply Smooth
Adirondack Dye Ink by Ranger - Espresso
Tim Holtz Distress Ink by Ranger - Broken China
Copic Markers
Pebbles Chalk
Paper Piercer

I hope you all enjoyed and are inspired to create something colorful today! ~TERRA

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