Lemon Zest- Life's Short Live it with Zest!

Hello and Welcome back, I hope you are having a good week. Today I have a simple card made using the lemon Zest bundle. I decided to use the Lemon Lime twist ink an make it a lime. I really love how this card turned out and you could easily make it a lemon but I like the lime. This is going to be a quick post as I am till trying to play catch up from the 4th of July when I took a few days off to spend with family. I have a order coming in today from stampin up and I have a nail appointment then I am hoping to spend some time in my office creating with so more new products.

For this card....
Card Base  Whisper White 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 , Scored at 4 1/4
1st Layer- 4x 5 1/4, pool part
2nd Layer- 2x5, Naturally Ecletic Designer Series Paper (dsp) 
3rd layer- 2 x 4, whisper white stamp with greeting and punch with the banner triple punch
scrap whisper white stamp the lime and lime slices and punch with the lemon punch and the circle punch

Some Stamp with Roberta news.......
Starting Today July 3 thru July 31, If you place an order of $25.00 or more using the hostess code EMNRFGT7, when you receive your thank you card in the mail you will receive a raffle ticket then around August 1st I will pull a ticket an post the raffle ticket number to my blog an facebook group and that lucky winner will be able to choose a stamp set of $20.00 or less.  

Bonus Days: Spend $50.00 between July 1-31 and get a $5.00 Coupon to spend August.

Want the best deal ever.........
 Join the Luvin Stamp Diva for just $99.00 and you get to choose $125.00 worth of SampinUP! product  plus   You get you join our exclusive facebook page. Also if you join between July 1-31 you will receive the essential gift pack ( 2- D blocks, Grid Paper, paper snips, snail adhesive, bone folder, and the new Carols of Christmas stamp set, coming in the holiday catalog)

Products I used are........

If you would like to purchase any of these items please head over to my store
 Roberta's Store

Thank you so much for stopping by today, see you tomorrow.

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