Friday, October 22, 2010

Monogram Note Cards For A Very Sweet Lady

Happy Friday Friends!
Let me start off by apologizing for not getting the projects that I started last weekend finished and posted this week! Sorry! Too many irons in the fire! LOL!

I do however have some little note cards I made for my Step Mom for her birthday that I've never posted! How's that?
She is very crafty herself so I thought some little personalized note cards that she could send out to friends and family would be much appreciated by her and the receivers!
Butterflies, glitter and bling....can't go wrong with that for a sweet lady now can ya? I used one of The Cutting Cafe's cut files on this card, which makes card making simple!
These were very easy to assemble and fun to try and make them all the same, but all different. I love card sets like that!
The "m" was cut using my Cricut, the little eyelet border is a MS punch and the circles were cut using my Nesties.
I really like this one because it has more butterflies! By the way this is some older BG paper that I've been saving for a while now! LOL! Do you ever do paper because its pretty?
Oh BTW, I wrote a little note and tucked it in her gift box that stated for her to be sure and USE these little cards and not to save them! LOL! She said she would use them. I mean after all, I can always make her some more if she runs out, right? LOL!
Thank you for stopping in today. Have a lovely weekend! HUGS!

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Sharon Caudle said...

YAY! Me first! These are so cute and I'm sure that Mac loved them! That paper is so yummy and I saved mine too and finally used it I think it was like a month ago! LOL! Great card set, DeeDee! Happy Friday, girlfriend! Hugs!


WOOOO HOOOO me second ♥♥♥♥ LOL
Hey ladybug.....I LOVE these cards - BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! I'm hoarding that paper myself LOL
Have a great weekend my sweet friend!! Hugs, T

DonnaMundinger said...

Sooo pretty! Love the papers and the three different styles. I'm with Sharon and Teri, I've been hoarding that paper too! LOL xxD

EmmaWard said...

Fantastic work! I really liked it and will try to do one by myself!

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