Tuesday, October 20, 2009

*Just Rite Virgin*

I wonder how many strange hits I will get on my blog for that post title??


If you're looking for an actual, Virgin, you have come to the wrong website folks....

Up until yesterday, other than to try out my JustRite Stamps, I hadn't used them at all.  I've had them for like two months and they've sat on my shelf...  I've looked at them several times.  Thought about using them several times.  But never did anything with them.

And even now that I've used them in a card, I can't say that I've used them to their potential.  I think I need to spend some time on the JustRite website figuring out the keys to make these stamps worth the money I spent on them.


I was playing with the Crazy 4 Challenges sketch yesterday and am quite pleased with the card I came up with.  I have to thank Dianne for leaving behind a scrap of October Afternoon patterned paper on Friday when the CalGals were heading home.  It was on my table and the scrap was only a little larger than what I'd need to play with the sketch.  Thanks Dianne!

Items Used:
*Cardstock:  Stampin' Up! Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze
*Patterned Paper:  October Afternoon
*Images:  JustRite
*Ink: Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip
*Tools:  Big Shot; Nestabilities
*Embellishments:  Stampin' Up! Antique Brass brads
*Challenge:  C4C7

I think the card could use something but I am happy with it as it is....  wonder if it's masculin enough to use for an upcoming male birthday brunch... hmmmmm
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Susan Raihala said...

ROTFLMBO! You will definitely get strange hits. My Questioning blog got a hit recently for keywords "sexy moms in silky slips." Bwwaaa-haaa-haaa!

Your card is so pretty! I love those colors so very much!!!!

StampOwl said...

very pretty card

Toni said...

I'm not sure I'm lovin the Just Rite stamper I bought either... the letters are so loose, they fall out. Guess I need more practice.

Tracy.H said...

Very pretty. I think it would take me awhile to get the feel of the Just-rites too. I think they would be great for personalized things, but I don't make many of those. But maybe if I had the Just-rite stamps I would!! ;0)

Quilt Nut said...

you are going to have to tell us how many hits you get off this lol

great card Nancy