Friday, April 22, 2011

Unity Friends with Flair - Create Yourself

I am LOVING the new FWF. Unity rocks!!! Change is GOOD. I am trying to teach my five year old to not be afraid of change. It is a TOUGH thing to accept.

This week my oldest had two days off of school for Easter break and went to my parent's house. The youngest takes long naps (yes!) so I am trying to get a head start on some cards for our three nieces and a nephew that will graduate this year. This is what you get when you and your husband have 23 nieces and nephews!!!!!

One of our nieces loves purple and I found this great DP from K&Company that I wanted to use. I saw a great card sketch over on the Scrapbook steals blog earlier this week here and I kind of fudged it. (I was trying to do it from memory. Hahhahaha!)

Anyhow, I do LOVE how it turned out.
Card recipe:
Sentiment from the Unity Quote Bundle pack
Cardstock from my stash
DP from K&Company
Homemade fabric flower with homemade glue dots :)
SU inks

Card recipe:
Unity stamp... got it in a grab bag! Anyone know?
SU cardstock and DCWV, K&Company DP
American Crafts ribbon
Colored with Prismas

The second card is a thank you for our oldest niece. She found some cupcake things for my five year old and gave them to her. I thought continuing the 'sweet treats' idea was fun! The inside says "thanks for being so sweet".

Thanks for looking! :)



  1. Both of these are so perfect for the occasions! TFS!

  2. Beautiful stuff both of those stamps too!

  3. Love them both! Of course I'm partial to sweets...

  4. Beautiful cards! I love the candy shelf!

  5. Both are great, but I especially love the elegance of the first one!

  6. Gorgeous! Love the colors on both!!

  7. Lovely cards! The colors are beautiful.

    Carol B

  8. My all time favorite quote Jen great card!!!

  9. I love both of your cards! I'm sure your nieces will love them too:)

  10. so cute!!!!! It's ok to "fudge" LOL I do it all the time!!! hugs, Katrina

  11. Both cards are lovely... I like the rosette on the first and the candy jars on the second!


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