Tuesday, April 1, 2014

New PPRS Design Team and a CAS card




Hello! It's April 1st and today I am excited to share with you the new Design Team members and returning members for Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps, no fooling!  :)



April 15th - 17th we get to showcase the new Spring/Summer line so mark your calendars!!


Before you go I have a quick card to share.  I thought it would be fun to pull out this Christmas stamp and use it as a Spring Wreath!  I just love those cute little birds!


My card was created to celebrate this week's SCS Queen For the Day, Diane (fionna51)!

Thanks for looking!

9 comments:

  1. Wow! Soft and sentimental. The wreathe and birds finish it off just right. An excellent example of CAS.

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  2. Darling card Angie. I too love those little birdies! As a matter of fact, I think I need that stamp :-)
    Hugs, Maureen

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  3. i think this is adorable and i love the placement of your enamels which just adds the right touch

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  4. Welcome, welcome back Angela! Looking forward to another fabulous term!
    You nailed this clean and simple card...they are so much harder for my brain to make! Great job! :)

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  5. Really cute as a spring card. Glad you are staying on with PPRS.

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  6. Too sweet! If you hadn't mentioned that the wreath was for Christmas I never would have thought it because it is definitely a spring wreath here. Love the cute bluebirds. Excellent card!

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  7. Since I do not "know" all the PPRS stamps to me this looks like a gorgeous Spring card and I am surprised to read its an Christmas one :) I love the colors of this Angie

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  8. So pretty Angie! Those lovebirds are adorable!

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  9. What great colours and I love the CAS design, Angie!! ...and congrats on that DT spot again, hey!!
    Very pretty card!!
    Hugz

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