Wednesday, May 1, 2013

OWH MWT - thank you; end of April recap

I thought the forecast was for rain all day, but we ended up getting rain all night long - the grass is SO green now! - and today is 25 degrees cooler than yesterday, but pretty sunny. Which is a good thing, because I am very tired and it's keeping me awake. :)

I had cut a bunch of pieces from the last of this MME 6x6 pad using Sunday's sketch - it was a good one! - so I put a few pieces together to make a thank you for today's MWT challenge at OWH. I left the ribbon off; it just seemed better without. 

And now all of you can tell me if it clearly needs ribbon, LOL!

MME dwell, I think
PTI ripe avacado and ivory
Sentiment via Ali Edwards for TT
 Here's my end of April ATG recap: only 5! It was a busy month. And I have stacks of card kits here to assemble, so we'll see if I get to them THIS month. Sounds like mommy needs a card-making play date... 
five lonely rolls...

Thanks for looking! :)

Jen

8 comments:

  1. Ribbon? No need for it - it looks great as it is! NJ!!

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  2. I think it looks nice just as is Jen, no ribbon necessary. Nice CAS design and the papers are so pretty against the white.

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  3. I love this, Jen! The DPs really frame that awesome sentiment nicely!

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  4. Nice card and it is fine the way it is. It does not need any ribbon.

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  5. I see I'm not the only one who plans to revisit last Sunday's sketch! And no, I don't think it needs ribbon at all. I really like the CAS look and agree with Paula that the papers are so pretty with the ivory background!

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  6. I love the soft colors...very pretty

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  7. Your card is so pretty. I think it is just fine without the ribbon. And, for the record, Mommy *always* needs a card making play date! :)

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  8. I agree with the masses- ribbon not needed! I love how crisp and clean your card is- great sketch I think we will all be using again! And I forget to save my ATG plastic thingy-so I have no idea how many I use- but 5 is a lot! You are on a creative roll!

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Thanks for sharing your thoughts!