Monday, May 23, 2011

Thank you!

Thanks so much to all of you who left such sweet kind uplifting comments about my grandmother's passing.  Your words have meant and helped so much!  I wish I could send you all a Thank You card to say .......  well, "thank you"!

So I decided to get me back into the swing of things I would make a Thank You card.  Kindof a virtual card for all of you, my wonderful friends! Nothing like a sense of purpose to get me creating again.  At least it helps!  For more inspiration I also decided to do last week's Splitcoast Stampers Color Challenge:  CC323 Rich Vanilla Rose (Rich Razzleberry, Very Vanilla, Regal Rose).  I used Vintage Cream ribbon from Papertrey Ink that matches PERFECTLY to SU Very Vanilla.  To see more comparisons look HERE!

So here's your card:

Butterfly was cut at 3".  The picture doesn't show all the sparkle!
Tag frame was cut at 5 1/4" with real dial size ON.

Card Base: SU Very Vanilla 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" (folded)
Card front:  Rich Razzleberry 3 3/4" X 5 1/2"
Other Cardstock / Paper:   Regal Rose DP,  Paper from Rasperry Tart Series
Ink:  Rich Razzleberry
Stamps:   Mat Stack 1 Collection
Accessories:  SU Oval punches, Crystal Effects, Hologram Glitter Glue, Cricut & Sentimentals Cartridge, Cuttlebug & Perfectly Paisley embossing folder

Thanks so much again!


  1. Beautiful card!!! :-)

  2. Laurie, this color combination is phenomenal and the card is just gorgeous. Glad to see you creating again.

  3. Wow! Beautiful work! Such an inspiring one.

  4. Just gorgeous, Laurie! The color combo is stunning and I really like the glitter details. Hugs!

  5. Oh Laurie, that is such a beautiful card. I just love that butterfly

  6. Beautiful card, love butterflies they has so much symbolism and the colors are gorgeous. I have been MIA a bit so didn't know about your grandmother, but so sorry to hear about her passing, prayers and hugs to you.


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