Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Monogrammed Thank You

I looked at the challenges this morning and at 9:30 PM I decided to make my card thinking I remembered what the two were that I wanted to enter. Well, let's see if they can stretch their imaginations like I did! Here's my card...


and here are the two challenges...


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For my card I used Pink Pirouette, Blushing Bride and Falling in Love DSP. For my "flower", I used the retired 1 1/4" scallop punch and the letter F from the Little Letters Thinlits dies (retired). The additional lace trim is Venetian Crocheted Trim (retired). I embossed the pink pieces with an embossing folder made by Darice. Today a lot of my stamps, embossing folders and dies were put on the SU list of items that will be retired May 31. I am retired and tired. Nighty night!

Thanks for looking!!





9 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Karen! Love the embossing and that lace trim. Thank you so much for joining us at Stamp Ink Paper :)

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  2. What a soft and subtle color combination Karen, which really stands out against such a bold pattern! Thank you for joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper this week! Crystal

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  3. Karen - I'm dying to know what the "F" stands for! Thanks for your unique take on the TSOT sketch this week! -Donna

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  4. It's the initial of my last name. I'm thinking of making thank you monogrammed note cards to sell.

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  5. Karen, LOVE how you've highlighted the "F"! Thank you for joining the Stamp Ink Paper challenge this wee.

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  6. This is very pretty, a lovely take on that challenging sketch! Love the monogram too!

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  7. I love how soft these colors are! Very nice idea! Thanks for playing along with us! - Ricky

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  8. Love how soft these colors are! Thanks for playing along with us this week! - Ricky

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  9. An unusual take on the sketch this week, but I love it. The monogram is a great idea. The embossing and the lace trim enhance your card. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Try Stampin' on Tuesday.

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