Tuesday

Quietfire Guest Designer for February

I know I shared with you my excitement when Suzanne from Quietfire Design asked me to be Guest Designer for the month of February. Today the newsletter was released and I wanted to share a link to it! If you scroll close to the bottom you will see my project, just click on the picture and it will take you to the directions! Plus all each member of the Design Team has a beautiful project in the newsletter with full directions, so if you have time, stop by and have a look!
All stamps used for the box and card are from Quietfire Design

I was inspired to try something new because of one of blogs I visit all the time, Sharon, from No Time to Stamp! Please do go have a look, she does AMAZING work! I went and bought the book she was talking about, and have been trying a few different things! Thanks for the great tip on the book, and for the inspiration we all get from your work!
I have been sick for a few days and will probably be off for the rest of the week. I have a nasty sinus infection, and infection in my lungs, all started from a simple head cold? Urgh...what can you do! I will rest lots and hopefully create while I am off as well. Stamping relaxes and calms me!
Thanks for stopping by today!
:)
Kim

6 comments:

Penny said...

They are gorgeous, so elegant and rich looking. Your classic style really suits these stamps so well.

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Kim, huge congrats on being the guest designer -- Yippee!!! Your project is fabulous!!! I so love those tall, thin boxes and you have done a wonderful job!!!! TFS!!

Beth Norman said...

So gorgeous Kim. You make a fabulous guest designer for Quietfire!

Amy said...

I love the color on this Kim. Very elegant! Congrats on your selection as "guest designer"! You do awesome work!

Jennifer said...

The colors are so rich and elegant. Absolutely gorgeous!!

Jennifer :)

LaurenceB said...

I discover your blog and your creations are fabulous !!
I love your style : I'll come back for sure !

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