Good Morning...How is everyone? I hope you're having a good week. Before it slips my mind, let me remind you, if you haven't already left a comment and want to be elegible for the Cutting Cafe Give Away, you need to do it before midnight EDT 11/14 for the drawing the morning of 11/15. I've placed the printable stamp up for grabs at the top of my postings. Today is the day that Regina has posted all of the Design Team Members that are participating in the Give Away. You'll want to head over to the Cutting Cafe to see all the the fabulous projects made with the printable stamps and templates. Be sure to visit the other Design Team Members and post your comments on their blogs. There are some really awesome creations!
Now on to today's card! This is for my oldest granddaughter, Kalyi. There is a story that goes along with it but I won't bore you with the details. Let's just say, it started out to be for my middle granddaughter Chloe BUT because I used blue to match the turkey pilgrims dress, I decided to make it for Kayli. I'm starting to ramble now so here are the details---
Card Size: A2
Stamps/Image: Pilgrim Clip Art
Cuttlebug: Swiss Dots, Babyface Alphabet Die (tag)
Nestabilities: Oval/Scallop, Circle
Punches: EK Arrow Border
Font: Computer Generated-Peggy Font
Accessories: Ribbon, Foam Pop Dots (lots and lots of pop dots)
That's it for today...Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your day!
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