Wednesday, April 20, 2011

OWH MWT - Monochromatic challenge

It's mid-week throwdown time over at the Operation Write Home Stars & Stamps blog! The challenge this week is to make a monochromatic card, and once I read the challenge, I had an idea for the card I could create.

Each year I make a card for my Dad for Veteran's Day (he did two tours in Vietnam). Each year I kick myself because I leave the task until the very last minute (sadly, I do this a lot - for lots of things! Bad Jen.). Not this year! I pulled out my embossing folder and several shades of blue with one of my favorite Unity Stamp Co sets - Unity in America! I don't know if it's available anymore, so I'm glad I got it when I did. The 'freedom' has little stars inside the letters.

              Card recipe:
Cardstock: some SU, some scraps
Stamp set: Unity's "Unity in America"
Cuttlebug embossing folder - stars
SU not quite navy ink
Brads from Michael's; American Crafts ribbon

Apparently I got a slightly blurry picture... sorry about that! It's late and I'll try to get a better pic later.

Thanks for looking!



  1. Very nice card - I really like the embossing!

  2. Nice! Thanks for playing in our challenge at Operation Write Home!

  3. your dad will love it....and why not? It's totally fab!!! ;) Awesome job!!!!!

  4. Beautiful card Jen! That sentiment is wonderful with all it's detail. What a really nice thing to do for your Dad. I bet he appreciates it even more than you know. Thank him on behalf of me for his service!

  5. Your dad will def. LOVE this! I love that textured paper--so fun that it's stars which matches the sentiment! BEAUTIFUL!

    Thanks so much for following my blog:) Can't wait for you to stop by again! Lots of love;)

  6. This is a fabulous masculine card, Jen! It's strong and regal. I think your Dad is going to really love it!


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