Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Request Completed ...

I finished the cards my Mom requested for a "Red Hats" friend. I'm sorry for the long post but did want to share them with you just incase they would spark any inspiration for other crafters. I know I get a ton of ideas from all of you and just wanted to return the favor.

Here are the other two Birthday Cards ... remember, I shared the 1st birthday card with you in the last post.

For the Anniversary Cards, I had to borrow a few stamps from my stamping friend, Sandy Egbert. I guess I didn't realize I was so short on Anniversary type stamps ... hmmm ... I'll have to do something about that!!! Anyways, here are the 3 Anniversary cards I came up with. Hope you like them. (Don't forget you can click on any image for a larger view.)


Another card I'd like to share with you today is a THANK-YOU I made for my Mom. Over this past weekend she attended a Class/Alumni Reunion with her new "gentleman friend" Ken, and had a wonderful time. It was a 2-day event and she was so thrilled with everything and thought it only appropriate to send a card to the couple who sponsored the event.

She didn't know what the school colors were at that point in time (Ken is 72) so I played it safe and made it basic Black & White. My images were also borrowed from my friend Sandy ... don't have much call for graduation cards at my age, LOL!! The CAP is from a retired 2003 SU set (sorry, don't know the proper name) and the background was made with a little image by Hero Arts. My sentiment is by Inkadinkado and the tassle is by Darice.


Stop back later when I'll have my cards for today's Crafty Secrets SCS Forum challenge and the Midnight Madness #4 Sketch Challenge. See you then! Hope you're having a great day!!

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