Monday, March 08, 2010

More Dot Spot

Hello there and happy Monday! I generally like Mondays, as I don't start my work week until Tuesday. Today I have for you a card I made over the weekend using dot spot from PTI. I stamped some spots in aqua and others in hibiscus. I stamped the sentiment (Fillable frames) in hibiscus as well. I added a hibiscus scallop and an aqua mist bow. All done! Super simple to make and hardly any time at all! Thanks for stopping by!

18 comments:

nina said...

What a fun, happy card! Nice and simple too - & great colour combo.

Jennifer Carter said...

You are on such a roll girl! This is awesome...again! Love the soft color combo too. I should get my Dot Spot set today or tomorrow!!

Dana said...

Awesome card, Michele! I love your cheery bright color combo and stamp placement. Oh, those Dot Spot stamps grow on me :)

Taheerah said...

Beautiful card Michele! Such a fun, bright colour combo, really cheery!

megspaulding said...

Love the colors you chose! Loveing this stamp set too!

Lee Anne said...

Well, that is just beautiful. Love that color combination!

Kara said...

so soft and pretty!
Kara

BethieJ said...

Michele I LOVE this.. the colors are FABULOUS!!!

Anika said...

Great colors! This really makes me wish I had Dot Spot too!

kolling143 said...

I love your card.......i am loving Dot Spot! Your card "flows" well!

honugurl16 said...

It's pretty and it's perfect. So fun and cheery. Nice job.

Carol's Ink Spot said...

Super simple and CUTE! Very, very nice card.

Jennifer K said...

Fresh and happy. It makes me smile. :)

Belinda said...

Fab! Lovely use of colors and fun fun fun!

Sherry said...

So, so cute!! LOVE your colors!!

Dana said...

Well no wonder you like Mondays! *grin* Nice placement on the card, I like how it seems so random (but know it really isn't)!

Mariana said...

WOW I love the color combo, now I feel like I need to have this stamp set!!!

Diane Jaquay said...

Love this card, and the stamping is accented perfectly with the pretty border and ribbon on the left!