In the Garden

Hi there stampers.  As I sit here typing this, I feel like my dad who used to listen to “old” music, as I listen to music on Google from the 60’s, the time I was born.  (I must have wanted to be younger and noticed I said I was 49 in a recent post.  WRONG.  59).  How I started listening to the 60’s has quite a funny story.  I was recently sick with a cold.  The worst I ever had.  Trying to ask Google to play a local radio station, my brain was in a fog and I couldn’t spit it out.  All I could do was make sounds and the 60’s is what came up.  I’m glad that it took me to this station.

Wild flower silhouettes are popular and have been for quite a while now.  This Technique Junkies silhouette stamp is nice and wide which allows for a full image and if you don’t want to use the original width, simply cut it down like I did above.  The name of this stamp set is Wildflower Silhouette.  The sentiments are from In the Garden.  My coupon code is good for 10% off of your purchase.

Below are close ups of each card.  I made these cards a couple of month’s ago but never posted them.

Thanks for stopping by!


Posted on : Sep 14 2021
Posted under cards, Technique Junkies Stamps |

4 People have left comments on this post

Sep 15, 2021 - 12:09:25
Sue+Mac+Donald said:

I really like card #2…so true! I rally like your work & these 3 cards can go for any occasion; TFS!

Sep 15, 2021 - 09:09:55

Lovely Silhouettes, I should use mine more often, I love your backgrounds with them. I was born in the 60’s but tend to lean toward the 70’s music, but having older siblings I listened to it all growing up 🙂

Sep 19, 2021 - 09:09:06

These are such gorgeous silhouette cards, Bethie. Your inked skies add to their beauty. I sure do hope you’ve recovered fully. Chuckling at that groovy frog in your throat, he wanted to boogaloo, I guess. I thought he’d prefer 50’s though to go to the Hop. hehehe Hope you’re enjoying cooler weather soon! xoxo

Sep 24, 2021 - 09:09:34
Carol W said:

Beth I love this card. It is absolutely STUNNING.


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