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Thank you card

I went to a friends for dinner on Friday night, we've been doing a bit of a Come Dine with Me experience between four of us at work. It's been fun and I came in at second place. Friday night's dinner was the winner and Kate was definitely the hostess with mostest. This is a thank you card I made for her, I know she loves autumnal colours. The design could work for a male themed card as well.


Products used were all Stampin Up

  • Stamps: Oval all, Lovely as a tree
  • Ink pads: So saffron, old olive & close to cocoa
  • Punches: Oval & scallop oval
  • Card stock: whisper White & Mellow Moss
  • Ribbon: a scrap of brown that was laying around

Comments

Teri said…
This is beautiful Kathy! The stamp set is gorgeous anyway, but how you've coloured it is just stunning! xx
Sara said…
The shading on this is lovely. Like the little coloured butterfly. Sara xx
yvonne said…
Such a beauiful card. Love the stamps .. and the colours, Stunning!
Anne said…
Beautiful, great colours, and I love the shading round the trees!
MONICA GALE said…
Gorgeous card I just love those colours together, and WOW how fab ont he Come Dine With me experience. Hugs M xxx
Stamp WIth Us said…
We love the autumnal colours too! great card!

Thank you for joining in this week.

The Stamp With Us Team xxx

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