Thursday, February 2, 2012

too good to be forgotten


i treated myself to a little look-see in our anthropologie store the other day 
and immediately spotted these fabulous number tapes.






and after seriously falling in love with them, i knew there would
be no way i could go home without them......





especially when there are fun cards to be made remembering those
cute little sayings we used to write in our friend's yearbooks.
:))


{this card was created using white card stock, cavallini paper tapes, micron pens,
red inktense pencil, 4B graphite pencil, staz-on stamp pad for card edges}




27 comments:

Mary said...

i have these great tapes, mine came from Amazon though. and i have not been near as creative with them.

Lori, your ideas are wonderful and are endless. love this!!

and you!!

Jeanette said...

Lori, You are:
2 Clever
+ 2 Creative
= 4 Foreverly Amazing
How fun!!!! Love it. Need more tape.
Have a fabulous weekend.
xoxo, Jeanette

Sara said...

I need to get this..for sure!! :)
Love your card! Do you need my address? hehe :)

Doda Smith said...

oooh, those tapes are gorgeous!

Kate said...

I have seen these tapes and made myself walk away. I love them and now I wished I had bought them. I love how you used them one the card. it is just 2 cute 4 words. :-)

Isabel said...

Love these tapes!!! And Love what you created!! Awesome as always:O)

Jenni C's said...

love the card!

Ken said...

This post cost me some money. I had to go to Anthropologie to buy the tape and got a set of distressed number stamps too. Thank you very much. Great creation.

Jean M. said...

Love the tapes and your card. Beautiful:)

Shelley Malone said...

Okay, seriously? *I* have this tape, and all I've done with it is... like, STICK it on stuff. You are so SO creative!

Wow. Just... wow!!!

xoxoxox

Margaret said...

I'm running out of things to say about your creativity lol You're just 2 clever 4 words. Can you put a little bit of your creative genius in an envelope and post over to the UK 4 me, pleeeeeeeeease?
Margaret xx

Jessie May said...

That has to be the cutest little tin of tapes I've ever seen and you've created the most amazing card. I love visiting your blog, I just never know what awesomeness you will have made next!! Hope you're well Lori xx

April Cole said...

Yes, this tape is great!
Love, love... love it :]

Createology said...

Awesome find and such a clever use on your card. Blissful inspiration dear...

Atticelf said...

I am such a sucker for washi-type tapes. I can totally relate to why you couldn't pass those up. LOVE what you did with them!

chrissy said...

i HEART these tapes...i might need to mosey on down to my nearest anthro and get myself a treat!

Pat said...

It looks like you've inspired a lot of people with your lack of willpower. Including me! :)

Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Martina Visnjic art said...

Love the card!

fran p. said...

These tapes were given to me as a gift....you just gave me another....I now know how I want to use them. As always, thanks for the inspiration!

Bonita Rose said...

I have that tape set too.. Love it just as much.. love your card! xo hugs

Dymphie said...

such a clever and creative card. your work is always so inspirational, thank you :)

katie purcell said...

Oh,my heart just got so happy.
Pretending I have them.
Have been spending way too much money on supplies on the Creatively Made e-course.
Thank you for your inspiration!

Have a blessed day!

aimee said...

they are great little tapes & you made 'em look FAB!

mama bleu said...

i marvel at your creativity!!

Kelly Warren said...

Oooh....looks like a trip to the Town Center may be in my near future! This is adorable.

Faygie Fellig said...

i got this tape and know i know how to use them thanx!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

Those tapes are wonderful...i might need to get some.

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