Saturday, October 23, 2010

Noel-Speedy Cat's Challenge #26


Just wanted to post a card made with my new stamps from friends of Speedy Cat.  They came to me free when my name was drawn for the blog hop. The stamps are gorgeous and I am grateful for them. Notice the difference just adding a black line frame makes.
I like it so much better than w/o.

This set is titled Speedy the Cat's Holiday Collection -Musical Holiday 2010-
SU -all papers
SU-Ribbon
SU-Gold detail embossing pwd
Cuttlebug die cuts

I am entering it in the contest at Mark's Finest Papers

Thanks again for this gorgeous set.

9 comments:

  1. Very nice creation with this stamp set!! HA - your advantage - we don't even get to use this set until 10/30! You have a jump on everyone!! Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!

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  2. What a wonderful job you did with these stamps. They stamp like rubber, I just love them.

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  3. I'm so glad you are enjoying your new MFP images, Janeen!!

    What a gorgeous holiday day card you have created with them!!

    Thanks for sharing this great card in the die cut challenge with Speedy's Friends!

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  4. Really, Vicki???? No wonder I couldn't find anything to stamp lift. I had to come up with this on my own. (gasp) I love how the French Horn embosses so prettily with gold.

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  5. Congratulations on the win, your card is awesome, and I do love the border!
    Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!

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  6. I love what you've done here, this is such a beautiful and classic set, perfect for the holidays.
    Congratulations on your win!!

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  7. This is such a pretty design and I like them both but the one with the border is my favorite. Very nice job, thank you for sharing!

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  8. Isn't this a fun set. I like both of your cards, but I especially liek the one wiht the frame. It just adds that extra something!!

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  9. Lovely Janeen! Yes that frame just makes it so much better. I love to frame with black, it sets it off so great.
    Gorgeous work.
    Connie

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