Sending Well Wishes….!

Hello Everyone!

Yes, I am back!

Sorry to have been away, awhile…I have been busy here!

I had 3 sets of Mother’s Day Cards to address and get in the mail!

My Knitting group, my Stamp Class group, and Family!

They are done!


I also had to make Father’s Day Card packets for my Stamp Class for June!

I will be attending the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo in Chantilly, VA from June 20-22!

I needed to get my future projects prepped and ready,

since I won’t have much time when I return from the Trip!

For the Chantilly, VA Expo Show, I am in for a Card Swap!

I have to make 21 Cards to swap out 20 cards! (One is for Display)

Today’s Card is for said Swap!

I was perusing all my ‘blogland’ friends and found a card that I really liked!

I am CASEing a Card from Dawn Olchefske from DO Stamping!

Dawn’s Card was done in Night of Navy. I didn’t have enough

of the Night of Navy Gingham Ribbon, so I used Smoky Slate Gingham Ribbon

along with the Basic Gray Cardstock too!


Here is my Card!


This is called “spotlight” technique!

I needed another Get Well Card for my stash!

I made the 21 for the show plus 3 more for my stash!


Dawn didn’t have a picture of the inside of her Card.

I made the inside my own!

Here is the inside of my Card!


Another Card to sent to my SIL!




Whisper White Thick- card base, 8.5″{ x 5.5″ score @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score

Whisper White Regular- front panel. 3.5″ x 4.5″   scrap to punch out dandelion circle

Basic Gray- front panel, 3.5″ x 4.5″         scrap for scallop circle


Memento Tuxedo Black- dandelions, inside dandelion seeds, greeting, inside sentiment

Daffodil Delight- ‘spotlight’ dandelion (I stamped the dandelion and then punched out)


Dandelion Wishes- dandelions, dandelion seeds, greeting

Healing Hugs- inside sentiment


1″ Circle Punch- Daffodil Delight ‘spotlight’ circle

1 1/8″ Scallop Circle Punch- scallop mat for ‘spotlight’ circle


Smoky Slate Gingham Ribbon- bow on front

Rhinestone Basic Jewels- rhinestone on ‘spotlight’ dandelion


Here is my Card, once again!


Stampers are happy to share and we do invite all to CASE our Cards!

CASE=Copy And Share Everything

When I do CASE a card, I do like to cite the original maker!

Dawn Olchefske is a great person and fellow Stampin’Up! Demonstrator!

If you would like to follow her…go to…

Thanks again for stopping in Today…I am hoping to get back

into a daily routine and soon!

Until the next Post…Blessings and Well Wishes to you ALL!

Let me know what you think!