Monday, May 27, 2013

Waltzing Mouse Stamps Preview day 2 ; USA 1776

It's the second day of Waltzing Mouse Stamps  May release previews and today we have made cards with a set I absolutely LOVE; USA 1776. I was an au pair year in Lexington, MA and had the time of my Life (-: Just can't Believe that it is more than 20 years ago now... Anyway USA and the Boston area are so dear to me so to get to craft with this set was absolutely wonderful - I could play with all the red, blue and white papers that I love +  it actually brought back a lot of fun memories as I was working!
 
 

 
 

Now make sure you pop over to see what the other WMS ladies have created with this set:

                                                                       Anya Schrier
 

Tomorrow I'll be back to show how well this set works with the country labels set that we introduced yesterday - so be sure to come back for that!!!

Have a great day, hugs, Karin

28 comments:

Camilla said...

Coolt! Jag borde jobba, men sitter och surfar runt och hoppas det blir onsdag snart, så att jag kan beställa :o).

Elfcrafts said...

Hi Karin, lovely card. I love the bunting along the top. Em x
p.s I am having a little giveaway over on my blog if you wish to join in =)

Angelnorth said...

Great card, the string of flags makes a fabulous finishing touch for the Liberty silhouette!

Kary said...

Karin, this card is Gorgeous!! Love the banners and the perfect scene you created.

Deborah Frings said...

Karin - this is absolutely super and so perfectly you! I love the colours and that banner is great!

Jill Norwood said...

Karin your sweet banner just makes this card so beautiful! And the Statue of Liberty is gorgeous! I just love the scene you created! Great card!!!!!!

Vickie Z said...

Love the banner and color combo!! Wonderful!

Lisa said...

LOVE the banner Karin!! SUPER card ;)

Bumblebee said...

Gorgeous use of the stamps Karin, love those hearts in the background too!

Laurie Schmidlin said...

Get out of town! That flag banner is brilliant!! What a fabby card!! :-)

Renee said...

Karin this is gorgeous!
What you can do with kraft is beyond amazing...
and that flag bunting...
I die!!
Perfection! :)
Hugs!!

Miriam Prantner said...

Gorgeous card! So excited about this set!

Claire Brennan said...

What a cracking idea to have the little flag as a banner along the top - I love your soft colours also, a superb card, love it! Hugs!

lenny said...

Oh Karin, totally love this!
That blue/red/white banner is so cool!! Love the vintage feeling of this card!Awesome job!!
Three more weeks...you can do it!! :) hahaha :)
We have three weeks before the exams start...Summer break starts July 1st...so looking forward to that! :)
big hug
Lenny

Petti said...

Awesome July 4 card!
Just wish there would be some stamp set for Canada too!

Marybeth said...

Ok , Karin I LOVE this card! I am going to have to have this set as we got married on the big bicentennial of America! 1976! Great job! But then I knew it would be a knock out!

snowbear said...

really like those 1776 flags!!

Jean Bullock said...

Love this card. Great stamping, stitching, and paper choice. Also love the patriotic bunting. Very cool.

Indy said...

This a beautiful patriotic card for the USA. So glad you have fond memories when you were in the States!
{hugs}
Indy

www.amazingpapergrace.com said...

Karin, banner out of the flag is brilliant!! This is a spectacular card!!

Jinny Newlin said...

Absolutely perfect, Karin! LOVE the vintage, Americana vibe, especially that fun banner!

Fay Marie said...

Love this set and what you created with it!

Annette said...

wow now this is just amazing. i love that banner and the images are amazing.. GORGEOUS card..

Lagene said...

This is GREAT! Love the fireworks and Lady Liberty silhouette! Cool banner!

Pauline said...

Love the fabulous banner!

Tracey McNeely said...

Brilliant.

Barb Turpin said...

Perfect vintage shades of color for this great set! Love what you did with it!

Janis said...

Love how so many designers are using banners. Yours is wonderful.