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Monday with Lindsay - The Envelope Please....



Our theme this week is "The Envelope Please." When I was trying to decide what I wanted to do and I was digging through my stash, I stumbled across this little envelope. I only have one, I have no idea where it came from, but it is the perfect size for a gift card. Now that I made my project, I think I am going to look for some more of these little envies. Or maybe I will even make my own. (Lindsay is offering a free template on her blog so you can create your own envelopes.)


This cute little party hat comes from Lindsay's Birthday Cupcake Wrappers set which contains digital stamps, templates and a SVG file. For just $3 it is a steal. The sentiment comes from All Around Phrases. It just took me a minute to change it from black to brown. She even offers a free add on to this set which contains digital papers and another sentiment.


Last week, I said that I would draw the name of one commenter on my paper piecing tutorial to win the Daisy Doodles digital stamp set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. Thank you to every one who took the time to comment. The winner is
Tamara who said...
What a great idea! I love your card, and such a great tutorial!!!
I can't wait to try this! Hopefully I can try it with those
wonderful digi's! Thanks!!!
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Tamara, you included your email address so I will forward it to Lindsay.
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We have another new member on the DT. Please welcome Rhonda Walker. I know she will have some cute stuff to share with you.


Please be sure to stop by the blogs of the rest of the DT to see what they did with this theme.


Thank you for looking!


Challenges:
Supplies:
  • Images: Birthday Cupcake Wrappers and All Around Phrases from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com
  • Inks: Stampin' Up Certainly Celery (to die ribbon)
  • Papers & CS: All paper are from Stampin' Up - white & Pretty In Pink CS, Certainly Celery DP
  • Embellishments & Tools: small envelope, Basic Grey gems, Close to my Heart ribboon, Stampin' Up silver cord, hole punch, Cricut & Plantin Schoolbook cart to cut circles, Sakura clear glitter gelly roll pen , white flower soft , Stampin' Up markers

Comments

Karin said…
You are so creative with every post! I love the rhinetone embellishments and the little hanging tag...Super cute :)
Lindsay Weirich said…
beautiful as always Cheryl!
Mrs. Fence said…
I love how you used your elements in such a different way - envelope on the front of your card, showing part of the stamp sentiment, and adding the rhinestones. Very creative!
Cassandra said…
Yes, you are very creative and inspiring! Love all your creations!
Deb Neerman said…
How gorgeous! Love this! Thanks so much for joining us in the Stamp Simply challenge!!
Anonymous said…
Cheryl-
Thank you so much! I am so excited, and can't wait to give them a try!!! You have made my day :)

Another great creation, I love your new card!!

Tamara
This is such a fun card and what a fantastic idea! Thanks for playing with the Pixie Cottage this week!
Linda Beeson said…
That is cute! What a great use for a little envelope!
Pauline C said…
Gorgeous card ! Thanks for joining in this week's CCC celebrations, and don't forget you have til midnight to visit my blog and enter for my DT candy :-)
Pauline x
Martha said…
beautiful work Cheryl ;)
Joan said…
How adorable! A great way to give a gift card.
Joan said…
How adorable! A great way to give a gift card.
Elizabeth said…
Lovely idea for a card. And a very sweet little party hat too.
CreaRenata said…
Great idea! Looks really lovely. Thanks for playing at The Pixie Cottage.
Krista said…
How fun! Love the little envelope=) Thanks for sharing your fun creation with us at Fussy and Fancy.
Helen Dooley said…
Way cool idea. Love this card. Thanks for sharing with us on For Fun this week.
Chris (catt871) said…
What a great card!!! VERY clever putting it on the front like that, I love it!!! THANKS for joining us at Incy Wincy Designs!
Chris
Tammy said…
I love how this turned out.
Katie said…
Great little project!
Thanks for playing in The Pixie Cottage!
This is so awesome! Fun idea! Thanks for entering my candy and good luck!

Janna :)
Pat (mspfd) said…
What a fresh, fun look! Super design.
Nettie said…
I love the way you have made this card Cheryl. Very original!!
Rhonda said…
Cheryl,
this is really clever! Definately an idea to use. A beautiful job as usual.
Heather "Hev" said…
Great use of the challenge :)

Thank you for joining in at Incy Wincy Designs this week :)
Annie said…
fabulous card! thanks for joining in the fun with us at CCT this week.
hugs, annie x
Anne said…
A cute card with great details! Thanks for joining us at the Pixie Cottage!

Hugs, Anne
Biscuitlid said…
gorgeous card - so much pretty detail

Thanks so much for joining in at Cupcake Crafts this week
Hugs
Victoria
x
Crystal said…
This is beautiful and creative...Thanks so much for joining us at Inky Impressions!
~*Joni said…
What a neat idea! Great details, thank you for going green and joining us at Raise The Bar this week!
Katie Renz said…
Very cute... love teeny envies...they are so cute!
Krümel said…
Oh, I love this card! That little tag with the had and the idea of using the little envie for a gift card. Also the green and pink look beautiful together!

Thanks for playing with us at Cupcake Craft this week!

Hugs,
Kathrin aka Kruemel
Rose said…
oh this is so pretty and i love the envi on the front :) thanks for joining us on Simple Doodles this week
cards4u said…
How creative! Love your use of color! Thanks for playing the Stamp Simply Challenge : )
Alison said…
What a great card! I give giftcards all the time... this awesome!
Alison said…
I love this! I give gift cards all the time!! This is great!
Stamp and Smile said…
Fun idea!!! Love the color combo and details... TFS!! SMILES... :)
Becky said…
What a creative way to do this. This is awesome.
Scrapaddict said…
What a cute idea! Love it! Thanks for joining Simple Doodles!
artish said…
don't you just love it when one little 'envelope' can turn into and awesome creation! way to go! Thank you for GOING GREEN with the PIXIE COTTAGE!
li-bee-ti said…
I love it! such a gorgeous card! I love the color combo.
Thank you for playing along with us on Simple Doodles. we hope to see you again next challenge!
Pam said…
So happy you joined us for the Pixie Cottage challenge.
~Pam
http://stampsinc.blogspot.com/
Gloria Stengel said…
Very creative. What a great idea! Thanks for playing at Simple Doodles.
Trish Hughes said…
This is a wonderful idea, and super cute!!! Thanks so much for playing along with SD.
Trish
April Rose said…
Lovely creation! Thank you for joining us at Fussy and Fancy Friday!
Hugs,
April

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