Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Many Thanks and a Little Bragging


I was making some confetti with a single hole punch for a project that I will share another time (is still in the making) and I ended up with all these holey strips that had already been recycled since they came from my scrap box. They seem like they could be recycled yet again. This little project from Cristina came to mind and I decided to do just as she did. I used my holey strips to make thank you cards, they too are flat cards more like postcards I guess you could say. Love the font of those Paper Smooches stamps. I am submitting this to the Lawnscaping Challege # 33.



I hope that all you mommy's out there had a wonderful Mother's Day. I had a pretty good one. My kids and hubby were so sweet. My daughter came out of her room with this Lego creation for me and I can't tell you how impress I was and still am by the fact that she did it all by herself. At first I thought that her daddy and brother had helped but they didn't. Love my sweet family they are the best.

7 comments:

  1. What a great idea to use the scape. It is a really fun card set. Don't you just love how kids amaze you all the time? Happy mother's day!

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  2. Negative confetti? Are you kidding me? I love it! And that Lego creation is awesome. Hope you had a wonderful mother's day!

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  3. That is a cool Lego creation and such a sweet thing for your daughter to do for her mom!

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  4. This is so clever!! Perfectly CAS. Thanks for joining us at Lawnscaping!

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  5. Your cards are so much fun! What a clever idea. So bright and happy too.

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  6. I LOVE those holy strips! LOVE THEM! What a great idea! Love the cards you made here! Just perfect!!! And clever indeed! Thanks for joining us at Lawnscaping!

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  7. i love your cas style :) these cards are fab, so creative! i love the lego creation too...i see your lil one inherited your creative mind! :)

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