Thursday, September 29, 2016

Topiary

I've always had this thing for topiaries. I find them appealing in a completely man-made way. I also have this thing for vertical greetings (we need more of them), so of course this stamp set spoke to me. It said, "Judy, take me home with you." That was a couple of months ago and we're still getting along smashingly.
The Fine Print: Stamps and ribbon by Stampin' Up "Vertical Greetings," inks by Memento and cardstock from my stash.

10 comments:

KT Fit Kitty said...

Gorgeous topiary and I love the vertical sentiment! I agree - need more of them - I have very few myself.

LesleyG said...

Me too......topiary and vertical greetings, :). I like it, and I think you'll like my scheduled post tomorrow :) xxx

505whimsygirl said...

Hello Judy,

What is it about topiaries? They look great by front doors and around "fancy" yards. Your card is great. It looks like you fussy cut out the topiary - that must have taken patience!

Hugs,
Kay

Bad Kitty (Fiki) said...

great card!
where is the cat?
hugs

Carol L said...

The verticals have it! This is the perfect combination of colors and stamped elements and I love the ribbon too!

Bonnie said...

You have used this set well, PJ! Every time I see it I think how I need to get it. The set that is. So I can make some pretty cards like this.

Maxine D said...

Love this vertically orientated card Princess J - of course that stamp spoke to you, I can hear the echos of joy when you obeyed it from here.
Blessings
Maxine

SARN said...

Well, I must say that you and that stamp set ARE getting along famously. You've made another FAB card with it.

It's largely due to YOU that I am now the proud owner of the same stamp set. Plus Lesley G did a great "make & take" with it after I pleaded with her to do so after having seen your other beautiful cards using this set!

Happy Friday!

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Barb said...

I love this card Judy. Great colours and super stamps. Barbxx

Greta said...

I love topiaries, too, but don't see them very often anymore. Love this card, Judy! I have trouble using my vertical greetings, but you've inspired me!