Thank You Card

I hope you are all having a nice relaxing Sunday! I know I am. I've got dinner in the slow cooker so that is done. Laundry and house cleaning is done and I even had some time to craft.....Yahoo!

Today's video is a Thank You card that I made for my son to send to everyone that gave him gifts for his birthday. He had a great day!


Enjoy!

24 comments

  1. Oh No, it says it's private, I can't view it!!

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  2. The card looks great. Tried to watch the video but it says it is set to private. i'll check back later can't wait to see it.

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  3. Can't view video since it say it's private, but it's an adorable card.

    Becki

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  4. Yay!! got to watch it. thanks for showing how you do that technique with the nestabilities, I've used these 100 times already but never like this, i'm going to give it a try.

    PennyG

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  5. Cute card! How lucky your son is to have a mom so creative!
    Rhonda716

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  6. Great card. Thanks for showing the technique! So many possibilities with nesties

    Marilyn C.

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  7. Debby from Pgh.,PAMarch 7, 2010 at 4:48 PM

    Love this card! Thanks for showing how you cut with the nestabilities. I love your videos.

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  8. That is so cute....what a nice card for your child to say thanks.....

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  9. Great card! Love how you did the cut out frame. I'll have to give that a try!! :)

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  10. Love the frame. I must try that idea. Thanks for shareing.

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  11. CUTE CUTE Card Christina!
    hugs,
    Emma:)

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  12. I need to try the nestabilities. I keep putting it off. Love the use of the bright colors.

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  13. Thanks for a new idea - I will have to try this technique!
    themom1247@gmail.com

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  14. I never mind when your project isn't perfect...it gives me hope that I will improve as I go along and that all the women I watch regularly aren't always perfect. Very cute card

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  15. First time I've seen the nestabilities do their thing... Cute card... thanks for the tutorial!

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  16. Hey Christina, why don't you use the crooked one to say thanks for someone's help. Inside, you can say something like "See... I just can't seem to get things right without your help!" and maybe on the front you could make some markings where it should have been, using a black pen, that could make it look like you're making repairs. What do you think? Well I love it... crooked or not!

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  17. Cute card, so happy you don't use all stampin up as I don't have any. I haven't used the nesties like that so will now have to try. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. This is very cute! I love the idea! Thanks! Jeannette

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  19. Good card and I love that you can show us you are not perfect and still come out with a really cute card. I love the 3M glue too. I have a trick on keeping the glue at the top of the bottle when it gets low here http://craftycatspot.blogspot.com/2010/02/dont-let-your-glue-bottle-falling-over.html.

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  20. OH i love it!! Now i need to buy nestibilities!!! :)

    Thanks!!

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  21. Can't see the video however the card is adorable.
    Laura

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  22. I've never seen nestabilities used. Thank you for doing this. I've heard of them but wasn't sure what they were. Love them and your card.

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  23. Loved the video. I have never seen the nestabilites used. I don't have them but they are now on my wish list.
    That was a great way to use those left over bold patterned paper.
    Thank you.
    Linda in Stanwood

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