7 Jul 2011

Congratulations Border Style!

This is for last week's Inspirational Challenge on Splitcoaststampers- these Inspirational sights just kill me because I always want to order from them.....I would be broke if I did that every week!!

It is also for Moxie Fab's border challenge that is going on right now - I LOVE border punches!! I am not very creative when it comes to borders though  I need to take some lessons from that dang Betsy Veldman - she is absolutely a creative genius!!!

But on we go with what I did make!! I was inspired by this skirt and I remembered a card that Julia Stainton had made months ago so I decided to go with that and make a lot of white borders, adhere them all together and presto bongo!! - a pretty card!

I used multiple paper punches on this card - very simple really! 

The Congrats is from Waltzingmouse Stamps Frame-It and then I added some Raspberry Fizz blingety bling!! and ribbon and all in all - pretty dang sweet if I do say so myself!!

Life is crazy sometimes - my poor doggy needs a hair cut.......and so do I 
Smiley from I phoned my hairdresser and as luck would have it, I could get in this afternoon to get my hair cut yay!! 

My dog has to wait until a week from Friday lol! Smiley from

Something weird about that.......


  1. Hey Bonnie! Thanks for linking this up to the Beautiful Borders challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

  2. Bonnie - what a wonderful card - the white on white on white with the different punches is beautiful! I can relate to the dog having to wait for his appointment - been there, done I'm trying to cut their hair myself. Several iterations and I'm sure they'd be embarrassed if we went out during the "in progress" stage :-)

  3. You made me laugh out loud with your haircut story. Too funny.
    Love your card! It's so pretty and fresh.

  4. Bonnie, this is beautiful! I love the all-white borders with a pop of pink. Thanks so much for stopping by during The Twinery + Blog Hop!

  5. I had to read your post twice... I am a little slow! Egaads, you crack me up! Your card reminds me of crisp white sheets with eyelet trim - crisp and clean and a great idea!

  6. What a beautiful card, it looks like broderie anglais, I love that it's all in White, and the hot pink ribbon is gorgeous.


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