Saturday, September 22, 2012

Thank You!

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Hi everyone,
It’s challenge time with the “Crazies” over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. Andrea Murdock continues to bring us the challenges for the month.

This week Andrea has given us another great challenge …. Giving thanks- a Thank you card or a Thanksgiving themed card.

As Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated where I live, I opted to create a Thank You card. My card base uses MFT Stamps Heavyweight Cardstock Sweet Tooth. I used Die-namics Plentiful Petals for my flower and added the Die-namics Medium Leafy Flourish , in the centre of the flower I added a Berrylicious Button and Cantaloupe Twine. Along the left edge of my white card I added a strip of Heavyweight Cardstock Orange Fizz using Die-namics Pinking Edge. The sentiment is from the Thanks a Bunch sentiment set.

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Here is the inside of my card, this time round I used the Die-namics High Rise Alphabet Lower Case to create the word ‘THANKS’.

Don't forget to check out the rest of the “Crazies” cards over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog and also their individual blogs for more details.

Stamps: Thanks A Bunch – MFT Stamps
Paper: Sweet Tooth & Orange Fizz Card – MFT Stamps: Tell Your Story DP – Teresa Collins
Die-namics: Plentiful Petals; Medium Leafy Flourish; High Rise Alphabet Lower Case; Pinking Edge – MFT Stamps
Other: Black Ink; Berrylicious Button; Cantaloupe Twine; Foam Tape

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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful CAS card. Love the colors you used. The flower and flourish is perfect. TFS

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  2. This is really pretty, Frances! Love that color combo!

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  3. I love this Frances. That flourish with the words on the DP is SO elegant!!! and that color combo.. YUMM!!!!

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  4. Awesome work! Way to work those dies! TFS

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  5. Oh, my! Every time I come to your blog is costs me! LOL! I have my eye on that flourish and layered flower. Beautifully done as always, Frances!

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