Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Group Day




Today is group day for My Time Made Easy! Be sure to check the other team members blogs. The links are in my side bar. Today I get to show off this cute house card. This card was made using the Homemade Card and Envelope © cut file. It goes together super fast and makes a cute card to decorate to your hearts desire. I thought it would be a fun way to welcome someone to the neighborhood. The inside part was decorated but left blank so you could write a note to your new neighbor. Add a basket of cookies or other goodies and you are good to go.


Supplies:
Stamps:
Paper: PTI Kraft, Couture Cardstock
other: choc chip ink, Memento Tuxedo Black, Sweet Pea Flower Soft, Copic E44, airbrush system, bow easy, hand dyed crinkle ribbon (made by me), half pearls, Spellbinders dies, paper piercer, ruler

8 comments:

Stampin' Pam said...

LEsa this is GORGEOUS _ love the welcome in the middle with the two sets of windows. WONDERFUL talent you have my dear. :-)

Katie Cotton said...

this is absolutely ADORABLE! I just love it!!!! Fantabulous!

Tammy Hershberger said...

Lesa, this is so precious! LOVE that shade of pink, and the wonderful details on your house! LOOOOVE the oval layered on the Labels 4 Nestie inside, too... I must remember to try that! It looks great!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Just beautiful, Lesa! Such a lovely welcome card to give to a new friend or neighbor!!

Tracey Cuccia said...

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL Lesa!! Love the flourishes on the roof -- and the color combo -- just PERFECT!

Silke Ledlow said...

Lesa, this is the cutest card ever!!! Love the double window row and your design is over the top sweet!!! Take good care of yourself and I'm so happy to hear the good news about the new grandchild!!! Hugs ~S~

Pam Varnell said...

Wow Lesa, this is adorable. Love the house shaped card and the colors for it are fantastic.

Whimcees said...

Hello!

I love little house projects and this card is such fun! Love it!

Wishing you a happy weekend!

Barbara Diane

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