Good Saturday morning!  I have missed posting a few days in a row due to some extra long work days. Thank you to each of you who took the time to write and let me know my posts were missed.  I was very touched.  I have had a wonderful time this morning relaxing and creating a project for the Splitcoaststampers Inspiration Challenge. The inspiration site is the Harabu House.  I was inspired by this lovely tea towel.


Here is what I came up with.  The pattern of the tea towel reminded me of the Rubbernecker Morning Glory Panel and matching Morning Glory Frame.

KC Morning Glory Frame 3 right

I stamped the frame image and the panel image on white cardstock.   I die cut the center of the frame opening with oval Nestabilities and cut a blue oval to create a double matted frame for contrast.   I attached the panel to the card base and then mounted the frame layer with mounting tape.

KC Morning Glory Frame 3 center

I die cut several pieces of foliage, distressed and attached to the frame base. I stamped another piece of white cardstock with the panel image and then punched several flowers to create a focal point for the project. I think the blue pattern on the flower petals adds a touch of elegance to the project.

KC Morning Glory Frame 3 close

I punched several smaller flowers to place around the foliage to soften.  The Morning Glory frame and the matching panel in any color work beautifully together.  I especially like the blue and white.

KC Morning Glory Frame 3 left

I hope you have a great weekend. 


Stamps:  Rubbernecker Morning Glory Panel 518 and Morning Glory Frame 523

Paper:  Brocade Blue, White

Ink:  Bashful Blue

Accessories:  Martha Stewart Hydrangea Punches and Branch Punch, EK Success Large Daisy Punch, My Favorite Things Leafy Flourish, Nestabilities Oval Punches, Fiskars 1/8” Circle Punch and 1/4” Flower Punch, Stylus, Mat, Glossy Accents