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Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - Doodle Flowers Friend Card

Happy Thanksgiving to all my blogging friends in the USA! I hope you enjoy the day. Are you venturing out on Black Friday? I won't. I don't really like crowds; they bring out the worse in me. Better I just stay home and cyber shop. Or better yet, craft!


Lindsay gave her DT the week off to celebrate Thanksgiving with our families but I found this card when I was cleaning up my photo files earlier this week. Since it has never been posted, I thought I would you today.


This is one of the cards I sent in to Operation Write Home (OWH) a few months ago. Although it is too late to send in Christmas cards for this year, they collect cards for all occasions and our troops really appreciate them.

**Updated: Check out the 50% off Black Friday sale on all Lindsay's Stamp Stuff product at mygrafico.com. You won't see a sale like this again!


Thank you for stopping by!


Supplies:

  • Stamps: Doodle Flowers digital stamp set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff (at mygrafico.com
  • Papers & CS: CTMH Let's Get Together, sentiment printed on Georgial Pacific white CS
  • Ink: None
  • Embellishments & Tools: pop dot, Sakura black pen
  • Techniques: Paper piecing, faux stitching

Challenges:


Comments

Anita said…
Beautiful card Cheryl. I love that flower and the colors are so pretty. I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Nice card Cheryl- and I am with you on the Black Friday shopping! I always have to work anyway..... if I were at home, I would be in my craft room! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.x
karen said…
Fabulous card and I love the sentiment, thanks for joining us at Fab n Funky.....karen
Lorraine said…
like this very classy looking card
What a pretty card, love that cottage country feel. Have a great day!!!!
Marlene said…
Gorgeous card! I think I'm going to stay home this Black Friday...for once!
Anne Marie said…
Such a beautiful card, Cheryl! Love the warm and cozy colors and the sentiment is great. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving with your family today! I'm sooo with you on NOT braving the crowds tomorrow. I had enough at the grocery store the day before Thanksgiving. Haha! No way, not when you can just point and click to shop! More time to craft sounds great, too! :)
Beautiful Cheryl. Thanks for joining us for Inktegrity's Hump Day Challenge blog.
artish said…
awesome sentiment! great CAS card...thank you for sharing at paper pretties!
Shelley said…
I love the sentiment! So glad you joined us at the Hodge Podge Shop. Shelley :)
Leanne said…
This is absolutely gorgeous!!

Thank you for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday - good luck! Remember, you can enter as many times as you like!

Hugs Leanne xx
1CardCreator said…
Really cute card~ Happy Thanksgiving. ~Diane
Linda said…
What a gorgeous card, thanks for joining us at the Hodge Podge Shop.
hugs Linda
Zoechaos said…
Wonderful card love the colours and the flower is great am sure it will be very much appreciated. Thank you for sharing with us at Lots to do xx Zoe
Georgia Ehrmann said…
beautiful card! I love the colors and the faux stitching that you did to match the image! Thanks for playing with us at AiFactory this week!
tampatha said…
I just love everything about this card! Fantastic! thanks for entering this week at AIF's friendship challenge
-Tammy
Justine said…
What a clever interpretation of the "SEW Special" Challenge over at ABC Toys & Crafts. Love the faux stitching and your bright fun colors. Operation Write HOme is such a blessing. Thank you and good luck
JeanFB said…
This is adorable - love all the stitching, it's the perfect accent. Thanks for playing along at Gingersnap!
So stinkin' cute!! I adore that sweet layered flower image. Thanks so much for playing with us at ABC Toys & Crafts!
Beautiful creation Cheryl! Thanks for joining us at Penny's Paper Crafty Challenges. Hope to see you again next challenge!
Beautiful sentiment! Don't you love finding those cards in your files! Makes me happy!!
Courtney said…
This is beautiful Cheryl!! Thanks for playing along with us at Penny's this week. Good luck!!

Courtney~
Ms. Jen said…
Simple, but fantastic. I really love this. Thanks for joining us at The Hodge Podge Shop this week!

Hugs - Jen
Cheryl Walker said…
beautiful card hun! Thank you for joining us at ABC Toys and Crafts!
Hugs,
Cheryl Walker (sweeetdesigns)
Manuela said…
Hi Cheryl,
this is such a beautiful card. I love the doodle flower and the sentiment is especially gorgeous.
The OWH is a great cause; brilliant you gave your card to them.
Thank you for joining Penny's Paper Crafting Challenge.
Manuela

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