Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Time for Thank You's

Hi everybody! Hope you're having a good week. It's time for me to post a couple of  thank you cards. I actually made these right after Christmas but never got them on my blog until now. These two cards were made for my brother and sister--they gave me wonderful Christmas gifts and I wanted to thank them in a special way. My brother got the second one; my sister, the first. She loves red, so I gave her the one with the most red on it.

The inside reads, "You're pretty fantastic," which is perfect for my family. They ARE fantastic!

The background paper is from Stephanie Barnard's Stamps of Life in one of their Card Club Kits. The stamp set I used is called I See You and it's by Simon Says Stamps. The heart is from a Stampin Up! Framelit Die, which I don't see in their catalog anymore. (The little glass kiss you see at the bottom of the card is a piece of WV Handmade Glass that I own.) The ribbon and gems are from my stash.

I'm entering the first card in Simon Says Stamp's Monday Challenge (Love Is In The Air + Use Red) and Addicted to CAS Challenge (Use Red).

Thank you for stopping by today. I appreciate your comments and visits very much, and I hope to see you again real soon. I have another posting coming right up!


  1. Super cute, great colors and I love those glasses!

  2. Isn't it wonderful to have such a fantastic family? Mine is too!!! I love both these, the designs are wonderful, and I love your papers. The recipients will be so pleased!! Well done!

  3. Striking, fun and definitely RED!
    Thanks for sharing and playing along in our challenge at ATCAS.
    Sarah x

  4. What fun Thank You's!! Love those super cute glass and that is one of my very favorite color combos

  5. What wonderful thank you cards! The glasses give them a lovely whimsical touch. Thanks for playing along with us in the "Love is in the Air" challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge this week!

  6. Cute glasses! Great combination of red and patterned paper! Thank you for sharing with us at ATCAS!


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