Monday, December 27, 2010

The best day ever & a challenge!



There's a new challenge over at Paper Therapy this week.
The challenge is to make a project based off the theme "New Beginnings". It can be for a new baby, new marriage, new home... etc. I decided to make a card for a new friendship!

I had allot of fun with this challenge using October Afternoon papers and Melissa Frances accents with a little SU tucked in there too. We would love to see what you come up with for this super fun challenge. Just hop on over to Paper Therapy and check it all out.

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas with friends & family. It definitely was a banner year for my house. One of our best Christmas's ever!!

Thanks for stopping by!


9 comments:

  1. wow.. this is absoulutely cute.
    love the vintage sweet style of this card.
    sooo pretty

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  2. Beautiful! I love the sheet music and the little vintage frame!

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  3. This is so pretty! Love the layers of paper you used! All of your embellies are so pretty!

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  4. Oh My GOODNESS!!! I AM SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO in love with this card!! It is SUPER SUPER SUPER beautiful!!! I love that line from October Afternoon and how you used it! Such luscious ribbon and I love the frame around the little image on the die cut label patterned paper! BEAUTIFUL!

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  5. This is gorgeous! I love this!!

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  6. I love this card. The colors are wonderful and just soo beautiful!

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  7. Wow this card is very very pretty. Great job.

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  8. You are so talented I still cant believe how absolutely STUNNING this is!!! I love the colors, textures, EVERYTHING!!! XOXO Momo

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  9. I am so new that all I have done for the past year was buy stuff. haha So I thought I would try something new and actually scrap with all the things I have spent a year organizing and reorganizing. Silly huh? Each time I try I get so frustrated so I'm using your site for inspiration. Question though. How do I fit the ribbon inside the envelope? I know, it's a duh question.
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