Mixed Bunch of Moonlight

Mixed Bunch of MoonlightOh, boy!  We’re getting really close to the release of the new catalog, and I am so ready!  I’ve been working on my wish list (trying to get it to a “reasonable” level) so I’ll be ready to order Monday morning.

Meanwhile, I tried to distract myself with some new dsp from the Moonlight DSP stack, which demonstrators were able to pre-order.  I stamped one of the flowers from the Mixed Bunch set with Blackberry Bliss ink and punched it out.  Purple has always been the most challenging color for me, but I have promised myself that I will use this new in-color.  You may have to hold me accountable.

Mixed Bunch of Moonlight Close UPThe yellow on this card is another new in-color, Hello Honey.  I know I will be using it a lot, as I think it is my favorite of the five new colors.

Enjoy your Saturday!  Thanks for stopping by!


8 thoughts on “Mixed Bunch of Moonlight

  1. Love what you’ve done here. Your flower is a perfect compliment to the pieces of dsp. Can you tell me how you wrap and secure the baker’s twine on the back of the flower? TFS.

  2. Amy, this is a gorgeous card! Love the colours. Yellow has always been my challenge but this card is making excited about the new Hello Honey… :0)

  3. Keep using the Blackberry Bliss! You always incorporate the purples expertly, even though they are not your faves. I love your ideas! Happy summer!

  4. Amy, I want to thank you for being an inspiration. I subscribe to several blogs and I always leave yours til last – because you’re my favorite! If I’m in need of an idea, I just type ‘Amy’s Paper Crafts’ in my email search box then scroll down to find just the right card! I can go to your blog too but this is so quick! Thanks for doing what you do so well,

    Pam Stearley from Nebraska

    Sent from my iPad


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