CWC (7/25/11) Thank U.


Happy Monday,
I hope everyone had a great weekend. It was a busy one for me with lots of family time. Saturday we spend the day at the lake and it was great to get away from all the heat and humidity and do some swimming and relaxing. This card is going to my mother-in-law for hosting Saturday's birthday party for my hubby. Anyway, I sat down in my room last night around 7 and couldn't come up with anything to make for today's card. I knew I needed to make a thank you card, but that was about it. Finally an hour later I decided to play with my embossing folders....

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Taking Ethan to see Cars2 this afternoon, should be a good time :) 
Thanks for stopping by,
Enjoy and happy crafting,


Supplies:
Cardstock: Vintage Cream (Paper Trey Ink)
Pattern Paper: This and That (LillyBee Designs)
Inks: Tumbles Glass Distress Ink (Tim Holtz), Snow (Paper Trey Ink)
Stamps: Bitty Background Blocks (Paper Trey Ink)
Misc. Thicker Gift Box Alpha Sticks (American Crafts), Brad (Kaiser Kraft)

20 comments

  1. I love the way you did the background with the dots and then using the scor buddy.
    Cute! :)

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  2. Your stamp letters are so pretty....never think to do that.....love this CAS card.....thank you for sharing...
    My grandson love Cars2...have fun!!!

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  3. Love this simple, quick Thank You card! Thanks for sharing with your video!

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  4. I love how you did the embossing! I NEVER would have thought of that and can't wait to get in my craft room a little later to try it out! Thanks for another great idea!

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  5. estherwheat@netscape.netJuly 25, 2011 at 9:47 AM

    Love it. Thanks for inspiring me to make more cards.

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  6. Christina,
    Thanks for the reminder. I never think to pop into Big Lot's to see what they have. I know that they carry some craft products from time to time. Will have to check that out.
    Cute card. Love the embossing idea.
    Have a great time at Cars2. Ethan will love it.
    Marcie

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  7. Wow Christina, you have just given me a great idea for a card. I love what you did with the embossing and scoring. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  8. Love the simplicity of this card. Sometimes I feel that less is more! All of your creations are superb!!

    One question, where did you get that piercer, I really like that it retracts!!!

    Tuki

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  9. Love your chip board letters... Wouldn't it be neat to heat emboss that pattern on them?
    Hugz,
    Gramma

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  10. I made one myself and used the Venus font-for a Hello card. Thanks for the idea. Love the sales at Big Lots!

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  11. So many great ideas. You are so crafty and clever! I love the double stamping on the letters and how you used the embossing folders. Who'd of thunk you could do that? You're the best at inspiring me.

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  12. What an easy yet classy card. I love the addition of the stamp on the letters, it really finishes the card off.
    syoung6987 at aol dot com

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  13. Wow, Christina...I always learn something new with you....I too have those letters and never would have thought to distress them...that is sooo cool...love the video's girl...keep em coming!
    Mary

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  14. Beautiful card! And love the idea of decorating the plain letters to whatever color you need. Thanks for sharing your creative brain with us.

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  15. I like the idea on how you did your embossing! I have a cuttlebug and I am always looking for new ways to emboss. Thanks!

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  16. As many people have already said, I love the way you did the embossing! Thank you for sharing the idea. I never would have thought to score the card to give it that type of edge.
    Trish S.

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  17. Love the embossing idea. I will have to try that it.

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  18. Love the embossing trick - gotta try that - thanks for the tutorial!

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