Jan 24, 2012

There She Goes Sneak Peeks | Day ONE

Good Morning!!  It's the first day of sneak peeks for the February release of There She Goes Clear Stamps!!  The Trendsetters have sweet cards and projects for you this week.




No bots‛ set would be complete without Nursebot! Torico has done it again. She warmed your heart last month with Lovebots and this month she’s going to make you feel all better with Nursebot. What a great way to send well wishes then a visit from the Nursebot.

Nursebot is a 4x4 set that includes a total of 11 stamps and will sell for $10.00.


This set makes me laugh - I adore Jessica's humor and this set really does crack me up!  I went the the Chill Pill theme for this card.  I used the pill bottle image along with the chill pill and stamped them both in Memento Tuxedo Black on both Choice Buttercream cardstock and Lost & Found Blush paper from My Mind's Eye.  I paper pieced the bottle and pill and then layered them over some patterned papers.


I finished the card with a little ribbon and a sentiment tag tucked up underneath the bow.  And of course all the sewing on the borders of the layers - this time I used brown thread.  Something fun and different.  The layout is Jen del Muro's January SFYTT.

Would you like to win the new Nursebot stamp set? Here is what you need to do - visit the Trendsetter’s blogs that are participating in each of the blog hop challenges below and comment on their creations as you go. One of the Trendsetter’s blogs (from each hop day) will be randomly chosen as the ‘it’ blog and a winner will be picked using a random number generator from the comments left on that Trendsetter’s Blog Hop Challenge post. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning new stamps! The Blog Hop Challenges will be open until 5 PM Eastern Time Saturday January 28th with the winner being announced during the release party chat.


Thanks for stopping by!
Karen


recipe -
stamps: nursebot (there she goes)
paper: java (bazzill), kraft, choice buttercream (taylored expressions), lost & found blush (my mind's eye)
ink: memento tuxedo black
accessories: copic markers, vanilla grosgrain ribbon (su!), circle/scallop spellbinders dies, sewing machine, thread

45 comments:

  1. Your paperpieced pill is so cute! Love it!

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  2. This is the prettiest get well card I've ever seen, I'd hate to be sick and receive it because I'd be afraid of getting it all germy!! LOL

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  3. Cute paper piecing. Love the colors of your adorable card.

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  4. This is so pretty! Love the piecing (and the papers you chose) as well as the perfect stitching. Looks amazing.

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  5. very pretty card! love the colors.

    Luanne
    craftersreference.blogspot.com

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  6. Love this Karen- the soft colours, the amazing stitching- seriously, the bomb! the little paper-pieced bottle and the sent flag- perfection!

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  7. The paper pieceing is amazing. Beautiful!

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  8. The "little pink pill"-bottle with your dotty background paper is such fun! Great detail on this card.

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  9. Such a sweet card, with your beautiful color combo.

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  10. Just brilliant Karen! Look at your mega straight stitching!!

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  11. ha, i sure could use one lately! this is darling!

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  12. Amazing card and papers. Thank you for sharing your creation and Nursebot set.

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  13. This is adorable Karen! Your paper pieced medicine bottle and pill are too cute! And I love your pretty bow with tag sentiment!

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  14. Ooooh terrific paper piecing and the stitching is wonderful!!!

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  15. beautiful and sweet, who loves to be sick, but receive a card is surely a relief.

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  16. Great card. Clean, simple and an awesome sentiment.

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  17. Beautiful papers you used on the paper piecing.

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  18. Love how you paper pieced the pill, that is so cute. Awesome DP, Great card.

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  19. Great choice of colours and wonderful stitching. I love the design on the pill bottle.

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  20. What a beautiful get well card, I love the soft colors! ~gin~

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  21. Great job of paper piecing and picking such soft colors to give a peaceful look and feel.

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  22. Super cute card!

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  23. This is gorgeous! Love the colors and this chill pill set is too cute.

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  24. Love your layout and all the perfect stitching TFS Ann

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  25. Very pretty card! Love the stitching here!

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  26. What a gorgeous card!!! It's so cute!!!!

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  27. what a sweet color combo... pretty and calming...
    anyone who doesn't feel well would be sure to smile

    THANK YOU for sharing

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  28. What a great card...thanks for sharing!

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  29. Oh, so lovely with those colors and pattern papers. Great paper piecing, and layout! Just everything is great!

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  30. What a precious creations. Love the papers and paper piecing.

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  31. I love this card it is so versitile. That jar could be all sorts of things.

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  32. Great colors! The stitching is super!

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  33. Great card...your paper piecing is awesome!

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  34. The pink polka dots are perfect for the chill pill card! Great way to showcase the new set.

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  35. I LOVE it, Karen!! Super fab card. Love the girly, pink colors!!

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  36. Yes, I need this card!!! Or at least the pill to make it! Great job!

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