You may also know that shiver of excitement when you cut into a brand new sheet for the first time, if you happen to be a paper junkie like me... Boy, did it happen a lot earlier today!
Wanna see the results??
Lots of pink here. No wonder, for I used the fabby Pretty In Pink line! My favourite from it are the all-new Layered Stickers, and one of them I made a focal point on this card. Swoon!
I also used the back sides of the papers, for the die-cutting.
Glitz Design "Pretty Ink Pink" papers: Polka, Stripe, Roses, Toile
Glitz Design "Pretty Ink Pink" Layered Stickers
Glitz Design "Beautiful Dreamer" Giant Rhinestones
Other: cardstock: Fine Linen (PTI); ribbon: Stampin' Up!;lace: Kaisercraft; Spellbinders™ dies: S4-355 Layered Flowers, S5-079 Persian Motifs
On another one, I tried a vintage/romantic look, with the help of the French Kiss papers and stamps. I really like that collage look I achieved, by stamping on one of the patterned papers.
Glitz Design "French Kiss" papers: Floral, Labels, Hats
Glitz Design "French Kiss" Clear Stamps
Other: cardstock: kraft; ink: Memento (Potter's Clay), Distress Ink (Frayed Burlap); Spellbinders™ dies: S4-240 Lotus Border Petites; brad: Stampin' Up!; burlap
Thank you for joining me today, and don't forget about a Spring-themed challenge on the Glitz blog! You still have a couple of days to play.