Wednesday, December 28, 2011

OWH MWT- thanks, Dixie!

The Operation Write Home mid-week challenge is to make thank you cards in honor of 'retired' shipper Dixie! She was the East coast shipper for 2 years... and now we welcome Caro as the East coat wonderwoman! Hey, I think we should start calling all the shippers wonderwomen. Seriously. I think they are!

I was commissioned to make some thank you notes for a ladies' boutique in my town, and this is a very CAS design that they will be getting a few of:




















Ippity's thankful for you set, Twinery twine, and Momento sweet plum ink

Simple but sweet, I think! :)  We are on the other side of the crud, I think - I HOPE - and in the spirit of family, I joined the girls for a nap today. My husband was amazed... normally I am very crabby if I nap, and I wasn't at all! Yeah, that's due to the last two nights of very little sleep! I'm hoping that's all about to change, or I'll be forced to suffer a few more naps.

Thanks for looking! Be sure to play along over at the STars & STamps blog!
Jen

10 comments:

  1. Pretty design and I love all those dragonflies!

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  2. Very pretty! Great design! TFS!!!

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  3. Beautiful, Jen! Love that shadow stamping effect and your sentiment. I like your ink color, too; sometimes I feel too stuck on using black ink!

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  4. Love It. I like the color of your card stock and I love that sentiment. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Adorable, let's take flight into the New Year. Love the DP and the soft colors.

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  6. I love dragonflies, and yours look terrific on this card! Happy New Year!

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  7. The simpleness of this card is what makes it so pretty. You'd better get in another nap as I'm sure the boutique will be asking for more really quickly.

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  8. Very nice! Thanks for playing in our thank you challenge at Operation Write Home!

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  9. Beautiful card. I love dragonflies - I like how they are stamped multiple times and the color you chose to stamp them in.

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