Thursday, January 6, 2011

Cards for OWH - THINKING OF YOU...

THINKING OF YOU...

For the background of this card, I used Memorybox 6x6 paper collection - Sprout that I have been holding because I didn't want to cut as I loved it so much.  As it is, it made a beautiful background so I just cut out the letters with my Cricut machine and small hearts with MS Heart Confetti punch.  Love it!


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14 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards. Very pretty paper I can understand why you kept it for so long but look at it this way now you have an excuse to go buy some more! :)

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  2. Beautiful cards! I like that paper too, funny how we hang onto sheets of paper for so long :) Thanks for playing in our challenge at Operation Write Home!

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  3. I love your cards, You are very talented.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and becoming a follower and I'm now following you also!

    hugs from Brazil:)

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  4. I really enjoy seeing your cards and how you let the paper speak for itself. I also sometimes have trouble using favorite papers and I'm sure the paper companies know this! N.F.

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  5. What a sacrifice you made for OWH... cutting into your hoarded paper LOL! Beautiful cards!

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  6. These are beautiful cards. I love the background paper. TFS.

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  7. I what you consider a paper hoarder ha ha ha! I buy pretty paper and then never want to use it because it's to pretty! Love your cards and just wanted to stop by and say thanks for becoming a follower of my blog and I am now following you also!! Have a great day!

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  8. I have this Cricut cartridge too but forget about what a great and simple "thinking of you" card it makes - like yours. How nice of you to make multiples for donation too.

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  9. ohh- this are beautiful cards and a are idea!!
    greetings from austria
    margit

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  10. sorry!I wanted to say "a nice idea"!
    greetings
    margit

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  11. I love this paper and can see why you didn't want to "lose" it, but it's for a good cause so.... font you used for letters is perfect with it.

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