Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Serendipity 70's!


This week's challenge at Serendipity Stamps is to make a 70's card.  We could use 70's looking paper, colors and/or image.  I thought these cute button mushrooms looked 70's-ish!  And, who could forget all that orange and avocado green?  The ribbon reminded me of all those macrame projects I made (necklaces & plant hangers).  Finished size is 4 3/4 square.


Check out what the rest of the Design Team created!
Jenny, Amy , Jeanne , Pauline,  Cathy , Helen & Sue
 
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  • Stamps - Serendipity Stamps: Button Mushrooms 987E
  • Ink: Memento - Espresso Truffle, Cat's Eye - Chestnut Roan
  • Paper: Neenah Natural White, Echo Park - Chillingsworth Manor 6x6, brown cardstock
  • Copics: YR0000, YR27, E30, E31, E97, YG13, YG93
  • Other: American Crafts ribbon, Ranger Enamel Accents, SU! Woodgrain embossing folder, Perfect Layers

7 comments:

Amy Cokley said...

Love it! I love the crochet ribbon and those mushrooms are so cute!

Jenny Gropp said...

You did good, colors, macramé lace, button mushrooms.... Totally 70s!

Cathy Weber said...

How did I forget al those colors! We had an avocado fridge too! I also totally forgot about the macrame plant hangers. I made some for my whole family one Christmas! Great and it is certainly a blast from the past for me.

Jeanne J said...

Miriam - Gosh so many perfect 70's elements - I saw that crochet trim and my first thought was the macrame with the wood beads - love the colors -what a neat 70's card... I'm drooling over all those layers!!

Marybeth said...

How funny that two of you used the same stamp, great minds think alike. I remember having a pair of BB that I loved too, and being so proud. lol. Love all the beautiful layers on your card ant the gorgeous coloring,

Helen said...

Miriam this is fabulous! Sweet little mushrooms coloured so beautifully and I love your papers and macramé style Lacey trim ;).

Pauline said...

This is just gorgeous, I love the warm tones you used with this funky image!