SUNNY FUN, A WORD FOR YOU, INSPIRED BY STAMPIN'Hello blog friends! Are you ready for a PPA challenge?? I am so excited about this weeks title…“What’s your signature style?” For me, I would like to think that my style is shabby chic with a CAS twist. What do you think??? Today’s card describes what style I love the most!

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Have a wonderful Thursday! Your comments mean So Very much to me. Please leave me a comment today. Thank you so much. Keep Smiling!

SUNNY FUN, A WORD FOR YOU, INSPIRED BY STAMPIN'Sunny Fun stamp set was a must have for the Summer Mini. I just love these ice-cream cones! Perfect for warm sunny days! I stamped them in Black StazOn ink and colored the images using Baja Breeze, Pink Pirouette & Pear Pizzazz markers. I made another perfect bow using a Chocolate Chip brad. I just love making these now! No more hard bows again!

SUNNY FUN, A WORD FOR YOU, INSPIRED BY STAMPIN'When I first purchased the Mix & Match Onboard pieces, I painted them with White Acrylic paint. I then distressed them with the SU! sanding pad. They now sit in a cute little box all ready to use quickly.  My scallop square comes from the Scallop Square Duo Bigz Die. “happy birthday with a cherry on top!” sentiment is from the gorgeous A Word From You stamp set. I then daubed the edges using Pink Pirouette ink.

DSC_0320 copyHave you taken my Online Workshop class yet?? In this months workshop, You will receive tips on how I make cards, bows and flowers. You’ll also find storage techniques for daubers, Stampin’ Dimensionals and more. Come join me in making these birthday cards!

Diane wrote, “WOW! I just loved your video and tutorials for these cards. You are so very creative. Thank you also for the tips and techniques on making those bows and the flowers. I hope you are planning on doing more of these video classes. You do such a great job. I know I will be eagerly awaiting the next class.”

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123042SSTAMP SETS: A WORD FOR YOU, SUNNY FUN

INK: CHOCOLATE CHIP, BAJA BREEZE MARKER, PINK PIROUETTE MARKER, PEAR PIZZAZZ

CARD STOCK: WHISPER WHITE, SOFT SEUDE, FIRST EDITION SPECIALTY PAPER, RETIRED SPRINGTIME VINTAGE DSP, MIX & MATCH ON BOARD

AWESOME TOOLS: BIG SHOT DIE CUT MACHINE, SCALLOP SQUARE DUO BIGZ DIE, LARGE OVAL PUNCH

A TOUCH OF GLAM: WHISPER WHITE, CHOCOLATE CHIP NEUTRAL BRAD

19 thoughts on “PPA 97–What’s your signature style?

  1. Darlene Groseclose says:

    Joanna,
    I love your cards and watch your blog everyday. I was excited to read the heart on this card is chipboard. I have lots of chipboard I never use. You have inspired me!! My question is about the acrylic paint. How coats of paint did you use, did you use a brush? Anything else you can enlighten me with?
    Thanks, Darlene G

  2. Carla Bazhenow says:

    Yep, shabby chic!!! I love how you used the dif DSP’s together and all those awesome elements. You so inspire me. My favorite is how you layer… no one does it better!!! Hugs,

  3. Maria says:

    I define your style as AG…Absolutely Gorgeous!! You’re cards inspire me daily. Your blog is my favorite!

  4. Gerry says:

    You could call your favorite style ‘shabby chic/cas/BEAUTIFUL’. All your cards are so gorgeous. I really like the colors in this one.

  5. Terri says:

    This is one of my favorite cards so far. I just love everything about it, i.e., colors, elements, etc. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Pam Giudici says:

    You are the queen of shabby chic my friend! You cards are always very stylish and beautiful and this one is no exception … gorgeous!!!

  7. Barb in Ontario says:

    Morning!
    Another great Joanna card. I love all shades of green, so of course this draws me immediately. Great job!

  8. Linda Fisher says:

    What a sweet card! I love all the different components and the colors are of course fabulous.

  9. Cristie DeYoung says:

    Joanna,
    Just came across you blog in the last week or so. Your cards are lovely! I like this style too! Love how you put it all together. I probably wouldn’t think to use the newprint with the happy colors and stamps that you do. Very nice!
    Cristie

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