Thursday, September 15, 2011

Hello Card Series #8...

Hello and Happy Thursday everyone! I can't believe
we are already at the end of the week! I think I say
that every week! But it's so true... the weeks keep
flying by and there's nooo looking back! I actually have
an exciting weekend coming up! I was suppose to
attend my monthly Crop til ya drop, but.... I am going
to go visit my son up at school! You know my College
boy! :o) Remember when I told ya his car caught on fire
and sort of blew up! Well we could not get that thing fixed
so we sold it and got him a new car! Well not NEW per say....
But new to him since he doesn't have a car at all! LOL
We were able to get a good deal on one and fixed the couple
minor issues on it and it runs great and I can't wait to
surprise him with it. I know it will help him out a lot!
So that's what I'll be doing this weekend! Noooo Crafting! :o)
Any whoo... Here's today's card! :o)

#8) Card stock, Ink - Stampin' Up
ALL the Designer Paper - Better Together Imagine Cartridge
I used the Cricut Craft room to design this card
Shockingly enough... it actually cut out all my images
That's never happen to me before... usually it prints the
images but NEVER cuts! So CCR is getting closer to
getting better! :o) Here's the recipe:
Using the Better Together Cartridge -
Shape in Red (4 x 3.194)
Lt. Blue Designer Background (4 x 5 1/4)
Yellow Shadow Trim (4 x 0.819)
Colored Trim (4 x 0.681)
Girlfriends Talkin' (2 1/2 x 3.833)
Using the Mother's Day Bouquet Cartridge -
(1) Small Red Flower (3/4")
(2) Yellow Flowers  (1 1/2")
(2) Lt. Red Flowers (1 1/2")
(1) Beige Flower (1 3/4")
(2) Blue Flowers (2")
Brown Brad - MY Stash

Well that's it for me this week! I'll be back next week
with the last 2 Hello cards in the series! YEAHHH!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you all have
an AWESOME Week/WEEKEND!!
Theresa

13 comments:

  1. Your son is going to be SURPRISED!!! I can't wait to hear all about it:) OMG I'm sorry I've missed some posts but, my studio is a disaster and the desk was pile up with all sort of stuff. I'm organizing since I have some shelfs & a dresser any hoo that's why I've been MIA from your blog:) Love all the projects you posted to cute and adorable like that mummy card:) TFS and thanks for you funny and appreciated comments:) I love to read them!
    Hugs

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  2. Wow....that's a great surprise! Your son will be thrilled! This card is super cute! I need to use my imagine more!

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  3. Lovely card Theresa.You really work your Imagine well.
    You must be so excited to see your son and he's gonna love his surprise!Have a fabulous time.
    Jayne x

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  4. I love this card.....you should submit this for publication for the March 2012 edition. It fits perfectly with the friends theme, but submissions are due today....

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  5. I love this card.....you should submit this for publication for the March 2012 edition. It fits perfectly with the friends theme, but submissions are due today....

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  6. What a fun and colorful card! Great project!
    Carolyn
    cccscraproom@windstream.net
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.net

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  7. Super cute, love the Hello series!

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  8. He is going to be so surprised and excited!!! Have an awesome visit and a safe trip. Love your card. The colors are great. that flower is really pretty. Great card!!! :)

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  9. Great card! Have fun this weekend with your college boy :)! :)Amy

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  10. Great card. Your son is going to be so excited. What a great mom you are.

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  11. So Very Cool! Love all the details and how you created the border across the bottom. Brilliant!

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  12. I have not been brave enough to try the CCR. I love your images though. I have a college boy too, so I know you will be happy to see him.

    Jani
    papercompulsions.blogspot.com

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  13. This is so fun! I love the bright, cheerful colours you've used!
    I hope you had a fantastic time visiting your son! My oldest will leave for uni next year and I can't imagine what it will be like to have one of the family "missing"!

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