Friday, May 18, 2012

Loads and Loads of Love

One of my most favorite stamp sets of all time has had it's day as a star. 
It's tired of having his "head" hit on paper for so many years
and it's retiring to the shelf of loved ones.
Loads of Love
The couple reasons I love this set is because (1) it's unique (2) living in Montana I see a lot of these loved trucks around and (3) the great variety of stamps that you can choose from when "loading" the truck.
We use to have a junker...just good to carry debris and anything else we needed it for when building our home. 
When it retired to the back of our home though and grass grew up around it I had to ask Matty to find a new home for it. 
I'm don't do well with a junk yard as my back yard.  :-)

Watercolor Paper is the best medium to use when coloring this little guy. 
It absorbs the ink so well and really does look a whole lot better than the regular Whisper White or Very Vanilla cardstock we have. 

Loads of Love - 115022 ($23.95)
Loads of Love Accessories 115024 ($20.95)

See how fun these sets are? 
My kiddos have had a great time pairing the accessories
with the truck for different seasons. 
It definitely is a must have BEFORE May 31st!
There is even a Loads of Fun set that coordinates as well.
Check it out at my store by clicking HERE.
Feel free to email me with your selection or simply order it directly online HERE and it will come right to you!

I sent this card to my dear friend Judy this week. I'm off to pack...
She is a light in this world and I love her!
I'm hitting the skies to go see and visit my stamping friends in Seattle this weekend!

Enjoy your weekend to the fullest!

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Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Loads of Love, Loads of Love Accessories
Ink:  Soft Suede, Basic Gray, Pink Pirouette, Black Stazon, Bashful Blue
Cardstock/DSP:  Pink Pirouette, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla, Watercolor Paper, Subtles Collection Patterns DSP (117155)
Accessories:  Lace Ribbon Border Punch (RETIRING), Stampin' Dimensionals, AquaPainter, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch, Ticket Corner Punch

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