Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Cooking with Cricut- National Card and Letter Writing

Hi everyone its time for another awesome Cooking with Cricut challenge and this week the challenge is "National Card and Letter Writing."  Make a card to send or create a scrapbook layout featuring a letter
 (i.e., a letter to a child or other loved one),
So the challenge inspired me to make this card.
Here is the inside
The stamp card shape is from page 31 of Birthday Bash.  
I used the Gypsy and the size is 11.75 x 5.59 when open
The hand on the front comes from Sentimentals page 26 cut at 3 inches.  
I double cut the cuff and then added the feather 
Hope you enjoy the challenge this week. 
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I hope you will join us for the challenge this week at Cooking with Cricut 
 I love seeing what the Design team and the challenge participants  create each week.  
So join us for the fun.  

8 comments:

  1. Your card is awesome! I love the feather! It really pops on your card! Your design is wonderful! Great job!

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  2. Suzanne, this card is awesomeness! I just love that postage shape cut and your real feather is to die for! What a beautiful card you've made for this fabulous challenge! TFS and big Cricut hugs! xoxo

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  3. Great card! Love the feather it takes the card to another level of wonderful! TFS

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  4. I love this card, Suzanne! From the postage stamp cut to the feather -- it is perfect!

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  5. What an awesome card Suzanne!! I lvoe it, love how you used a fleather on the card and love that you used the postage shape for the card base! Really reminds me that I need to write more handwritten letters to family members who live far away. Awesome job my friend!

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  6. Such a pretty card! Love the details!

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  7. Suzanne,

    this is just beautiful. I just love the colors and the pretty feather. What a fabulous idea to have the card shaped like a postage stamp. Love Itr!!

    Charlotte

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