3 in 1

 I've combined three challenges today. 
CAS(E) this Sketch! has teamed up with the people at Tag You're It! for
a fun challenge. I combined it with this weeks challenge at Color Throwdown.

These colors were fun to work with! I can't remember the last time I used
poppy parade. I don't have cool caribbean so I used pool party.  
By stamping and then stamping 
again without re-inking it looks like I used more than the 2 greens.
The other day I was playing with my new embossing paste - love that stuff!
I had mixed up some paste with pool party ink and used the bubble stencil 
Tim Holtz. It was just waiting to be used.

card stock: whisper white, pool party
stamp sets: summer silhouettes, faux veneer (altenew)
ink: pool party, garden green, lucky limeade, pool party
Tim Holtz bubble stencil 
tag topper scallop punch
dreamweaver embossing paste
1/4" sycamore street ribbon
basic pearls

Happy Stampin'
and thanks so much for visiting!


Vickie Z said…
Fun tag!! Love the texture with the embossing pasted!! Fab use of all three challenges! Thxs for joining us at CTD!
Petra Swart said…
Love your card, Susan!! Beautiful!!

Greetings from Africa!!
Lisa said…
Such a great birthday card. Love the colors!
Wanda Cullen said…
Love your textured tag! A fabulous take on all 3 of the challenges! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Color Throwdown!
Broni said…
Fabulous card, Susan! I love your embossing paste on the tag! I'm so glad you could play along with us at the Color Throwdown!
The embossing on the tag is fantastic, and I love the scattering of flowers! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown.
Leigh Penner said…
What a lovely tag! Wonderful take on the sketch!
Marybeth said…
Susan this is an absolute beauty!!!!!! I love the dots on the tag and gorgeous bright flower! WOW!!!! Thanks for joining us at Tag You're It!
Tracey McNeely said…
Susan love the embossing paste, great design. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Tag You're It!
I love your card! The way you've made the tag part of the card by overlapping the elements is fantastic!