Thursday, April 10, 2014

Release Day!

Today is release day for the newest stamp set from Precious Remembrance Stamps...

New Day 

It is chocked full of great sentiments loaded with inspiration.
I love the mixed fonts in each one.

I kept my card very simple to match the simplicity statement on the sentiment I used.
My only addition to the designer paper are a few flat round sequins. 


Make sure you stop by the Precious Remembrance Blog and check out the other design
team member's creations with this set.  They are a very talented group of ladies and 
always have amazing projects to share!



Pin It

18 Comments:

Marlou McAlees said...

FAB CARD Kim, very creative and loving these stamps ♥

Jessica Yoder-Jones said...

Really great card!

Squirlygirl said...

Very pretty card. I love how you choose to stick to one color family. This is such a great hop with so much inspiration, can't wait to get my new set.

Lisa said...

Cute card Kim!

Marie said...

Lovely CAS card, Kim.

Rosemary said...

fabulous card, kim!! so clean and crisp!

Miriam Prantner said...

wonderful CAS card, the sentiment fits perfectly.

Deborah said...

I think the sentiment says it all!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE the graduated color pallette, Kim! The buttons are a great detail!

Tracy said...

Love the chevrons and the bright colors. CAS perfection! TFS!

paulettesprettypapercrafts said...

Yes, it really is! What a gorgeous card. I feel like my cards are like my kitchen counter top, a bit cluttered. LOL I enjoy viewing CAS so much because it's different than me.

~amy~ said...

Such a pretty monochromatic card!

Judy1223 said...

Kim, I love the pretty shades paired with white...and that sentiment is a perfect message for your card!

loulou said...

Lovely CAS design. This new stamp set is fantastic.

chucksusan said...

Love the look of your card. The white makes the colors just bounce.

Sheri said...

This is a beautiful set with so many possibilities.

Anita in France said...

Those DP tumbling tiles are fabulous, Kim ...love how you mixed straight lines and angles with the concentric circles on the sequins! Very cool! Anita :)

Jonah Freeman said...

That's a sweet peek, Kim! And I DO love the simplicity of it! Perfect!