Friday, September 13, 2013

Another thank you for my stash.

Finally Friday!  Thank goodness because I never thought it would get here :)  Today I wanted to share another thank you card I made for my stash.


I started out with golden orangey base and sprinkled on some Mr Huey's.  Then stamped my sentiment, added some twine and a wooden arrow.  It was super quick, but I love how it turned out!

Do you have any plans this weekend?  I think Mike is going to work on the basement.  We've been trying to finish the basement since January and we've just been so busy that not much progress has been made.  So hopefully progress happens this weekend :)

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you have a wonderful Friday and a great weekend!  See you soon!

8 comments:

  1. totallly LOVE this!!! awesome awesome

    have a great weekend!

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  2. nice and simple!

    Happy Weekend!

    Dawn

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  3. Loving the simplicity of this...just perfect.

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  4. Super cute card!
    My Mike is working in the basement, too this weekend.
    Trying to finish a counter top for the kid's art/homework area.
    But we do have a lot going on Saturday.
    Hopefully I will be scrapbooking with a friend on Sunday though.
    Looking forward to that!
    Have a great weekend!

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  5. This is such a great card.
    I like all the elements on it. That wood arrow is just to cute.
    I'm sitting in front of a roaring fire as it is chilly here at the cottage. 12c/58f.

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  6. Awesome card. Love the white misting on that background! No special plans this weekend except that I need to do some major cleaning. And I'll fit in a little crafting time in between. :)

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  7. This is such a great card! I love the white misting on the background!

    Hope everything went well this weekend. We didn't do too much at all - which I was very excited about!

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  8. What a fun card and I love the misting...it really pops on the solid background! Hope much progress was made in the basement.

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