I stamped a little bit today. I had to use those new A Muse stamps. They were begging to be used. So after Rebecca stamped a whole picture with it, it was my turn. I chose a real simple layout and POP designer paper.


Of course I had to use my  All in a Row stamp set again. I just can’t help myself.

The card base is a 4 1/4″ x 8  1/2″ piece of whisper white cardstock folded in half. On top of that is a 4″ square of Rose Red Palette O’ Prints paper. The green strip is 1″ x 4″ layered on a 1 3/8″ x 4″ white strip.

The flower is stamped on whisper white in Black Palette ink and colored with Rose Red and Certainly Celery ink pads and aqua painter.  I used my decorative scissors to make the scallop border around it.

Now…I have been patient. But it’s after 3 p.m. and Mr. Brown still didn’t bring my preordered items. Where the heck is my UPS man. No cookies for him!


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

23 Responses to “Quick A Muse card”

  1. Adorable!

  2. Love it! I really have to try your scallop technique. I would love to be able to do smaller ones. :0)

  3. Really pretty! Love those little flowers with the black scalloped edging.

  4. This is a cute card! The black really makes your image pop!

  5. LOL!!! No cookies for him huh ROFL! Lovin that card. The simplicity is perfect for the image!

  6. that is really pretty! I love the layout, I will have to try that 🙂

  7. I love this card! That paper is just the best and the way you do your own scalloped mats for you sentiments is fabulous! I need to get that paper out and use it some more because it really dresses up a card. I am anxiously waiting my pre-order stuff, but haven’t even gotten a shipping email yet, boo hoo. Oh well, it is fun to anticipate something coming in the mail! Thanks for the inspiration!

  8. This card is so sweet! I really really really hope we get these gorgeous new papers down here in Aus.
    I have been playing with that decorative scissors scallop technique – it is very nifty and effective!
    hugs, Tracy

  9. This is very beautiful with the POP paper! That is such a pretty little flower image, and I love the All in a Row stamped on the green. (I just pulled out my All in a Row, so I can try some of your faux stitching.)

  10. very sweet, love the scallop edge around your main image! I’ve been playing with amuse lately too!

  11. So cute! Love the paper with the flower stamp. What’s up with Mr. Brown – doesn’t he know how important that package is? Hopefully he’ll be visiting you very soon! Have a great day!

  12. Too sweet! Love it!!! Hope your goodies come soon, Beate! I can’t wait to see your creations! 😉

  13. Gorgeous card as usual Beate. I’m so impressed with your scissor skills. I need to start practicing!

  14. I love the card! And to think I rushed home from the lss to pull up your blog to see what you had to share with us from your new SU loot! Shame on Mr. Brown!!!

  15. Uh-ohhhhhh! Mr. Brown’s late with the new stuff?! Tsk tsk tsk! Nope … no cookies for sure. On the other hand, that’s a darlin’ card … and I think I need to stop looking at that All in a Row from a certain ‘enabler’ friend in Florida! haha

  16. Such a sweet and simple card. I love those palette ‘o prints papers–they look great with the a muse image. Lovely!!

  17. Love your card Beate!! The simplicity and beauty of it is just amazing. Also, thanks for all the wonderful comments you’ve been leaving on my blog!!

  18. Cute little stamp! Love your use of All In A Row and the paper, too!

  19. Oh, I just LOVE this card! So sweet! Don’t ya just hate waiting for Mr. Brown? It’s torture! 🙂

  20. So sweet Beate! You’ve inspired me to keep All In a Row out on my desk all the time now (like I already do with Itty Bitty Backgrounds). 🙂


  21. Wonderful card.

  22. Beautiful, absolutely beautiful!!! I love the layout. I hope your wonderful “stuff” has arrived…you should put out an APB for him, LOL and TFS your creativity each day.

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