Today’s card

Hello all!

Just a little card to share today.


My friend, Stephanie, from Simon Says Stamp! sent over one of their September Card Kits of the Month to play with for fun of it. And so I was like.. yeah, I’m there. 🙂  Because, you know, a little crafty play time is good for the soul. 🙂

The August kit has a fun book lovers theme with a cool “To Thine Own Shelf” stamp set, as well as a bunch of fun stuff (including some fun papers from the Public Library collection from October Afternoon).

The phrase here is from the stamp set. And the line is actually a shelf stamp from the set, but I was feeling a little daring and decided to just use it as  a line. The circle is a wood dot (from Teresa Collins).  It came in a natural wood color, but I changed the color to match the line by rubbing a little brown ink onto it.


So that’s what I have. I’ll share another card tomorrow made with the kit.

PS. I had a post the other day over on the Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking blog. Stacy, didn’t have anyone else for the day so she asked me. JUST KIDDING. Anyway, I’d honored if you’d give it a look. Here’s a sneak peek.


6 thoughts on “Today’s card

  1. Wow, Teri! This is way cool!! I long to buy a fresh box of crayons every August and now I can with a purpose!! Waaaa-Hoooo!! Thanks so much! I love ALL your creations!

  2. Oh Teri this is PERFECT!
    My daughter is an aspiring author. Her true love is writing and being published is her dream. She has a 10 book series complete and is working on another series. I wish i could wave my magic Mom wand and make that dream come true for her.
    My point is… lol. This card would be perfect for her. I LOVE that sentiment and paper.
    Thanks so much for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,

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