19 Responses to “Inspiration Stamping!”

  1. Oh my, this is one gorgeous piece of artwork in it’s own right. I especially love the alcohol ink fragment tag and pin!

  2. Awwwwwesome! Love the colors, and that hardware/tag treatment is SO COOL! Beautiful card, Sherry!

  3. Sorry, it’s a swivel clasp. The caffeine hasn’t reached the fingertips yet…….

  4. GAAAASP!!!!! This is sooooo gorgeous, Sherry!!!!! I love, love, love the colors you used and the flowers look Fabulous!!! Beautiful ribbon, too, and that little tag is just the coolest thang!!!!!

  5. *THUD*

    Oh my HECK. This card is drop dead gorgeous! I love everything about it. The colors, the inky thing you do, the stamps, the ribbon, and that TAG! I LOVE the TAG!!! I simply MUST get some of those swivel clasp thingies for all those Tim Holtz fragments I bought from you last year. WOW!

  6. Beautiful, I love these colors and such pretty stamping, darling tag too!

  7. Oh, yes! This screams Sherry and that “inky thing you do”.. I love the softness of the color combination, the bow and especially the matching charm. This image is so much prettier done with the greenery and flowers in different colors.

  8. Ok….not usually into purples…but this is GAWJUS!!
    (will have to give this some thought while watching the play “If you give a Mouse a Cookie”……think the two can work together?!! BWHWHAAAAA)

  9. I love it when you do that “inky thing you do”!!

    This is so fun and fresh!! I love the lavender!!

  10. WOW!!!! I said it out loud while sitting here at my compy! man, oh man, this is just almost deadly dangerous for me to look at, ’cause I want it ALL!!!! I just placed my order yesterday and hemmed and hawwed over that floral set. did I put it in my basket? nope, ’cause the tightwad part of me (hubby) was whispering in my ear “you have so many floral stamps already.” now I’m kicking myself (hubby) a thousand different ways for listening to that tightwad part (hubby). shame on me!! you have outdone yourself once again!!!!!!!! 🙂

  11. Gorgeous blend of that fabulous color combo! I love the distressed softness of this whole card and the charm fragment looks wonderful! (It’s warm and sunny here! Come on down!)

  12. Beautiful card!! I love using alcohol inks and want to try the tag technique. I always check your blog before any others and really appreciate your talents. Yea for spring and golfing soon!

  13. Wow, this is very, very pretty, Sherry! I do love these colors, and I’m especially fond of that little tag hanging from the ribbon. The inspiration piece is perfect for “that inky thing you do”. Just love the stamps, the border, and everything else about this card!

  14. It’s understandable why you’re such an inspiration to me, Sherry; this card is absolutely the BOMB! Because of you, bought some fragments and distressing tools while visiting Texas week before last; maybe I can think of something unique, too 😀

  15. Wow Sherry, this is truly stunning, love the colors, tag/charm!!!

  16. I love the background, the colours, and especially the little tag! Thank you so much for inspiration, lol!

  17. This card is lovely – the colors, the textures, distressing, everything. The ribbon is fabulous. I am always on the lookout for unique ribbon. But the thing I love the most is the fragment tag and was trying to understand exactly how you did it. Did you stamp directly onto the back of the tag with the alcohol ink? And what exactly did you do with the blending solution? It would be great if you could clarify the technique or give us a little tutorial. Thanks so much for the beautiful work and inspiration!

  18. This card is so beautiful! I love the details! The best is that fab tag hanging to the side!

  19. LOVE * LOVE * LOVE everything about this card!!! I’m SO jealous of your talent!!

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