Earlier in the week I received Peggy Lamb's last batch of card samples. While I was happy to see her latest work, and was at the same time rather sad in knowing this is her final batch, I couldn't help but notice what great care Peggy had taken to make these last cards extra special... great originality, beautiful colors, clever details, and meticulous execution... To me, quite possibly her best batch ever!
Among the assortment of beautiful, yet 'I can do that too' cards, were three samples Peggy designed using The Dress (HS-089):
This one is called "Shades Of Pink", and it's as pretty as pretty can be. I'm sure any girlie girl would absolutely flip over receiving it! After all, with the color and the bling, 'It's a girl thing...'
Peggy's second card, "A Riot In Rick Rack" is all done in peachy-coral-melon & white, and sports die cut rick rack accent on the card as well as real, mini rick rack on the dress.
A close-up of the print used on the skirt reveals that the punch embellishment on the card, mimics the flower in the print. Very chic!
Lastly is "Pretty Print", and it really is... The colors, taken from the print paper, are gorgeous, and the half-pearl 'buttons' embellishing the bodice adds a perfect touch of sophistication.
This card really comes together, however, when it's opened, and the message 'Celebrate in Style' is revealed. So pretty!
The remaining cards from Peggy's 'last batch' were all designed using the FS-088 Fun Stuff stamp set.
All for this time, and a big 'Thank You" to Peggy,