Look at my latest find!! Aren’t they beautiful!? This vintage china set is from Contour China of Japan. The pattern name is Picardy. I love these gorgeous pink roses. I wish I could have found more pieces. I wish I new when this pattern was produced. By the shape and style I am assuming in the 1960’s. Does anyone know? Or could you direct me where I could find out more information?
Posted in Vintage Finds
Tagged Contour China, creamer, cups, Japan, Picardy, pink, platter, roses, saucers, sugar bowl, Tea
The 2012 A*Muse Studio Catalog and Inspiration Guide is now available. You can see it here on-line. As a special offer for the next 24 hours (ending at 10 AM EST on Wednesday, February 8) if you purchase $30 worth of A*Muse products (before shipping and handling) I will add a free package of Heart Twinkle Stickers to your order. They are the perfect little embellishment for all your valentine needs.
So don’t delay… call, email or click on my secure website to take advantage of this limited time offer.
Just a reminder there are only 3 days left to register for my Valentine Stamp Camp this Friday, January 20th. This card is only one of the lovely projects we will be making. Call or email today for more information or to reserve your spot.
See you Friday!
Posted in Cards, Events and Shows, Rubber Stamped Items, Uncategorized
Tagged Black, Card, crook, Heart, pink, robber, theif, Valentine's Day
I am in the Valentine mood already. I know, I know… the Christmas holiday has just passed. I need to relax. I don’t know what it is. Maybe it it the mild weather we are having here in the midwest… no snow and temperatures in the mid 50’s. Whatever the reason, I dug out my valentine papers and made this cute card. The patterned cardstock is from Brenda Walton’s Sweet Talk by K and Company. I got the owl from the sheet of the the die cuts that are included in the stack.
I’m in the mood for love!
I’ve been making Valentine’s Day cards. I “love” this simple layered design. I mounted patterned scrapbook paper over textured cardstock and I used the retired stamp set Heart-itude from The Angel Company.