Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Grandma Mary's Birthday.

Hey there and a happy Wednesday to you!  Today I wanted to share with you a birthday card I made for my Grandma Mary.  We are celebrating her birthday this coming Sunday, even though her actual birthday was on the 16th.


I used this MME paper as a background and then layered on a simple little cluster for some added deminsion.


I wound up some baker's twine on my fingers and secured it with a couple of small tiny staples to the paper.  Then attached the butterfly to the twine with pop dots.  I finished it off with a simple pearl.  I love how the patterned paper made for some quick work for me on this card!

I'm so happy that we're half way through the week!  After today I only have four (really three and half) more days of work until Thanksgiving break!!  I hope you have a great Wednesday and I'll be back on Friday with something new :)  Thanks for stopping by today!

13 comments:

  1. love this- the butterfly- twine- pearl- perfection

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  2. Such a pretty card and combo of elements, Becky!

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  3. Very pretty. I'm sure it was loved.

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  4. Very pretty card and I love the dimension! I am sure that Grandma Mary will love and appreciate it!

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  5. This is a very pretty card! I'm sure your grandma will love it!

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  6. That is such a lovely card, Becky!
    Erin has been home sick so far every day this week.
    so that is kind of throwing me off.
    But I am looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday, too.
    It means Mike will be home more for sure!

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  7. Fantastic card! So pretty and I love the wrapped up twine. I am really looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday, now that I'm working again and can appreciate the time off. :)

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  8. Gorgeous card! Grandma Mary is a lucky lady!

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  9. Truly beautiful and elegant card. Grandma Mary will love this! :)

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  10. Your card is beautiful Becky. I love the vintage sewing machine on the paper and how you worked the twine into loops.
    I am sure your grandmother will cherish it :)

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  11. i love MME -
    Sorry ended up here after looking through my friend tracy's Blog (above)
    Love the card -

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