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Friday, November 2, 2012

Thank You Card

This week at Cut It Up we are getting into the swing of Thanksgiving, as it is soon approaching. This is the time of year that we make an effort to voice our thankfulness and that is exactly what we want to do for this challenge. We are asked to make a Thank You card that includes a digital or stamped image and a die-cut. Don't forget that die-cut :) Here's mine.


For this card I used the Stretch Your Imagination Cricut Cartridge to cut out the bird house. I embossed it to give it a little texture and then cut out a tag using the Tags, Bags, and Boxes Cricut Cartridge. On the tag I used a definition stamp that had the definition of thanks and then I heat embossed it using some copper colored embossing powder and versa mark ink.

I hope you enjoyed my card and now it is your turn to go to Cut It Up and link up your creation!

11 comments:

  1. So pretty. Love the definition tag. :) Janis

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  2. What a great card! I love that definition stamp and how you embossed it as well as the birdhouse! :)

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  3. Great Card Jamie! I love that cute bird house!

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  4. Great card. Love the layers.

    Be blessed, Beckie

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  5. Jamie this is such an elegant thank you card! I really love the stamped tag with the sweet bird house :-)

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  6. I love how the lacy layer works so well to balance the wooden birdhouse! Very nice!
    Evelyn

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  7. jamie, I love the tag on this project along with that bird house. Beautiful job!

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  8. Absolutely beautiful! I love the bird house and tag.

    Susie

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  9. This is such a pretty card! I love how you added the tag! The embossing on the birdhouse looks great too! :)

    Karen
    cradtedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

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  10. Very pretty card and I love the texture of your birdhouse!!

    Love, your DT sister!!
    http://scrapinexpecttheunexpected.blogspot.com/

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