Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Thank you, thank you, and thanks again...







Thanks Danielle, for the prompt to post - "So, when ya gonna post something?" Okay, yes I've been distracted - house guests are gone, but then the garden and the warm weather was calling, and I worked overtime yesterday. Anyhow, good thing I have a few photos saved because the truth is I've made only one card in the last couple of weeks and that was a sympathy card that I forgot to photograph!

Anyhow, the first is the thank you for my eldest son's piano teacher as lessons wrapped up a couple of weeks ago. It is a very basic card as I wanted to focus on the patterned paper. As you can see, I simply repeated the design on the other two cards - super easy, but I like the effect and now I have two extra cards in my stash. The patterned paper on the first and third cards are from my stash and I can't recall which company made them. On the second card, I used paper from The Glitter Stack by DCWV. This paper is just so fun, especially in real life! On the third card, I had to add a couple of rhinestones from Kaiser - I just love these little things!
Wishing you all a great rest of the week, hopefully I'll be back soon with some more cards. Cheers!

11 comments:

  1. Very nice! Simple, but elegant.

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  2. These are such sweet, simple cards. I love the layout.

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  3. These are so lovely, I just love the dp

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  4. Love the triple panels. That paper on the bottom is beautiful! It's always great to have extra thank you cards on hand.

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  5. O pretty cards!! My fav though is the sunflower one...great job!!! TFS!
    Mandy

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  6. Fab cards, they are stunning and I love the papers you have used

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  7. Beautiful cards! Love the simple elegance! Your recipients are truly blessed with these! TFS! Blessings to you!

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  8. What a terrific layout and so versatile to see how you chose different DSP! Great job!

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  9. these are all wonderful what a beautiful way to show off some lovely DSP

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  10. These are really cute! You can never have too many thank you cards on hand!

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  11. Love the simplicity of these cards yet so elegant looking

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