mon ami...

Hello my fabulous friends!

Are you all getting excited for the Scrapbook USA Expo???  
I know I am! =)

So many fabulous vendors (including Spellbinders!!! YAY!!!) 

One of the vendors I always look forward to is Basic Grey. I love their stuff & their deals!

This was made using Basic Grey's "Mon Ami" line.
Fabulous colors & patterns in this line!

The numbers on the side were stamped with a clear embossing ink, then covered with Magical Powder from Lindy's Stamp Gang... The mica shimmers so beautifully and gives it that touch of metallic shine without being overly distracting. 

Working with scraps, I was able to quickly make a second card using the same line of papers...
The yellow paper on this card is actually a scrap from the first card... (it is the reverse side of the grey... I love double sided papers!!!)


Supplies Used (1):
Paper: Basic Grey "Mon Ami", watercolor paper
Ink: VersaMark, Archival Ink
Stamps: Unity "Number etc.", "Sing Your Song", "Create Today", & "Heartfelt Sentiments"
Other: Lindy Stamp Gang Magicals "Cattail Copper Brown"

Supplies Used (2):
Paper: Basic Grey "Mon Ami", card stock
Ink: Archival, Distress Ink
Stamps: Unity "Every Breath"
Dies: Spellbinders "Blossom Tags & Accents", Quickutz "Nesting Circles"
Other: Rhinestones, Perfect Pearls


Julie Odil said…
These are two very sweet cards, Kassi. I always like Phyllis Harris images.
Angeline Choo said…
These are amazing!! Love how soft and sweet the colors are.
Cynthia said…
Fun designs and colors, Kassi. I really like how you've cropped the PH image.
Terri Burson said…
It's official. are amazing!
She King said…
Sweet cards...I love the Phyllis Harris stamps. x
Gaylynn said…
These are sweet cards. Love those papers. Wish I could go to the expo. How FUN that would be. :)
Jen M said…
Very sweet! Have fun at the expo!
Anonymous said…
Your cards are beautiful and Phyllis Harris is one of my favorites to do and look at! Hugs~Patti
Gwen said…
More great cards! Love the PH girl!
Beejay said…
Super cards! I love the little and, of course, the PH stamp!