Thursday, April 11, 2013

So sorry




I had need of a card for a friend who lost her dog recently. Here is what I made using the Deconstructed sketch no. 96.


I almost forgot, that I also played along with this week's theme at The Paper Players - recycle it! I have recycled my Starbuck's cup sleeves and turned them into hearts.

It is freezing cold here and apparently we are expecting 5 cm of snow tomorrow!!! Even we skiers are tired of the snow! Chester did ski on Sunday, April 7th, but both local hills are now closed so we no longer have need of snow. Bring on spring - please!!! Now all my friends who gave me a hard time about shouting "Let it snow" all winter long are going to be laughing at me. When we needed and wanted snow most we got nothing, or else we got it and then it rained or became so cold nobody wanted to leave the house, lol. Now that it is supposed to be spring, we get dumps of snow every few days, what gives? lol Enough about the weather, it could always be worse. Sure hope it is warm and not stormy wherever you are!

Cheers,
Shanna :)

What I used: 
papers: Kaiser Craft Hunt & Gather 6.5 paper pad
MFT buttons
vintage seam binding
Starbuck's coffee sleeves cut into hearts

7 comments:

  1. What a great way to use the coffee sleeve! Great card. Thanks for playing along with The Paper Players this week.

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  2. Beautiful card my friend!! Love the hearts and the stitching.
    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Fabulous card, love your recycled hearts! we are still getting snow here too ugghh!
    have a great weekend, Debxx

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  4. Such a soft and serene card. I love the little corrugated heart accents. Thanks so much for joining us at the Paper Players this week! :)

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  5. You've been a busy bee! This one's a keeper! I like the soft color palette and I always love when you use corrugated card stock. It's a really nice finishing touch!

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  6. Beautiful card. Love the feel of the card and the buttons are a great touch.

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