Sep 11 2010

Team work

Published by at 5:00 pm under Canada,Cards,free tutorial,special,Stampin' Up!

School just started and this weekend, the girls have invites for 3 birthday parties.  Last night it was a baseball party for Liam who turned 10.  Then Lauren had Leanne's sleep over birthday party.  I bought for Leanne this cute tote and charm and they were my inspiration for her birthday card.  It was team work since Lauren helped me create this card.  She punched out the owl for me and help with the stamping.  I was in charge of cutting the cardstock.  We had a great time and because of team work our card took only 3 minutes to do.  Here is a look at the gift we got for Leanne.  Love the owl charm!

If you create cards, you basically need a variety of greeting stamps and Sincere Salutations is a great one as the words on these stamps are:  best wishes, Thanks so much, Get well soon, You're Invited, Birthday wishes, Good Luck, Holiday greetings and Thinking of you.  I challenge you to create a card with one of these wishes and post it on my site.


Concord Crush 1/2" stitched-Poly Ribbon #119266

 

Lap of Luxury designer paper #120436

 Two-step Owl Extra-Large #118074

 

Supplies used for this card:

Stamp set:  Sincere Salutations #115068 or in french Sincères salutations #116239

Cardstock:  Concord Crush #119792, Pretty in Pink #100459  and Lap of Luxury designer paper #120436

Ink:  Concord Crush #119785

Accessories: Concord Crush 1/2" stitched-Poly Ribbon #119266

Punches:  Two-step Owl Extra-Large #118074, Scallop Trim Border #118402, Two-Step bird Extra-Large #117191

 

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Hope your having a great weekend the weather is simply beautiful in Canada.

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