Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Let the peeks begin!

Kids Play Graphic

The first August set from Flourishes we are showing today will bring out the kid in you! These lovely silhouettes have lots of possibilities!

This first card features this lovely girl blowing flowers and probably making a wish from the Kids Play stamp set! I used my oval Spellbinders Nestabilities to cut out the image then punched a long strip with a border punch from Martha Stewart and snipped and curved it to make a border. A tag and tiny gem holds the simple sentiment. Finished with a pretty gingham ribbon (looks like black is out of stock, but this one is on sale!) and bow on some Memory Box paper.

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I just love the playfulness of this second image. Again, stamped simply in black on Flourishes white card stock. The base card is a scalloped rectangle panel I had picked up at my LSS a very long time ago. The floral dp is from the Kioshi line from Basic Grey. Just some simple Kaiser gems around the border finishes this fun card.

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Don’t want to wait until our Official Release to order our new sets? Check out our web store’s home page to see how you can preorder all three fabulous sets! Click HERE to check it out!


Be sure to join us for our Release Party over in our Splitcoast Member Company Forum -- it's set for Thursday night at 9 PM central! We'll have games and giveaways plus-- all the chatter you would want and more!


If you would like a shot at winning all three of our soon-to-be released sets, play along in our Kids Play challenge! Just click HERE for all the details!

Checkout the sale page too and pick up some goodies for 40% off!!! There’s tons of ribbon, Nestabilities, and more!

See what these talented ladies have to show you today!

  • Christine Okken
  • Cindy Lawrence
  • Dawn Burnworth
  • Julie Koerber
  • Laura Fredrickson
  • Leslie Miller
  • Stacy Morgan
  • 18 comments:

    Becky said...

    Both of these images and cards are gorgeous.

    Cindy Lawrence said...

    Both are just beautiful, Danielle! Love the soft blues and greens against the pop of black!

    Dotty A Cards & Things! said...

    I love silhouettes they bring me back to a different time....
    Love both of your cards

    Carol Dee said...

    I LOVE silouettes. Both cards are lovely.

    Michele Spera said...

    Really neat silhouettes! Danielle, I really like the second one with the scalloped edge:-) colors are wonderful on these cards:-)
    XMicheleX

    Bonnie said...

    These are both gorgeous Danielle! Love the silhouette images! (We won't get into the grass stains or what detergent will get them out!)

    Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

    Both of these are so pretty and striking with the images in black. Great cards

    LeAnne said...

    Oh my gosh, I am in love with these silhouettes!!! SO sweet, I love what you did with them! Great sneak peek!

    Broni said...

    These are so much fun, Danielle!! Can't wait to see the entire set!

    Queen Mary said...

    Beautiful cards! Love the sentiment with the second card! How perfect!

    Laura (scrapnextras) said...

    Beautiful Danielle! Love your clean designs...so perfect for the silhouettes!

    nan cee said...

    Great cards and a great new set!

    ChristineCreations said...

    The little girl looks almost like a cameo! Love the softness against the black and beautifully framed.

    And the scallop card is great! Very cool summer feeling Danielle!

    silvia said...

    Fabulous cards!!

    Heidi said...

    Love your cards! Wow, that image of the little girls is stunning! The layout is wonderful and so is the paper, you're sure one talented gal!
    Love your card on the Color Throwdown too! You nailed the color combo right on the head!

    Betty Wright said...

    Danielle, both of these are so beautiful and fabulous! Lovin' the lace frame look with the image! Terrific cards!

    Holly said...

    Ohhhhhhhh these are adorable!!! I love silhouettes and that little girl is just beautiful!

    Leslie Miller said...

    I was wondering how you did that pretty scalloped oval -- genius idea! Making a note... The paper has sort of a floaty look to it that goes just perfectly with the image. Love the scalloped card, too. The papers combined beautifully. It's always a good feeling to use something that's been in your stash for a long time.