Friday, August 31, 2007

Friday's Blogger Challenge

was to use the layout in the current SU! catalog on page 92, the train. This was sooo hard for me as I do not like that card! (understatement here Ü)Here is what I came up with...I used new papers from SU!. The "happy" is cut with Cricut cartridge Stamped. Be sure to ck out what the others gals did. You can find their blogs on the left.

16 comments:

  1. So fun!! Love the colors, and stitching!! =)

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  2. I love it! I love colors you used and the "quilted" look of the letter blocks!

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  3. What a wonderful rendition of the sample!! This is probably my favorite background paper in the catalog, and it's just perfect for this card. Great job!!

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  4. Gorgeous, Debbie! I love this (great minds think alike, right?!) It's just so great with all of the sewing.

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  5. Wow...did you do actually stitching on this card??? Looks great.

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  6. great job - love the use of the letters!!

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  7. What a great idea to use letters in the squares! i really like how this came out.

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  8. Great idea to use the stitching that way!

    Connie

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  9. It makes me smile! The nice bright cheery colors are perfect for this card. The stitching is a fun added touch as well. Ida

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  10. Great card Debbie! All of the stitching really adds that finishing touch.

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  11. what a great idea for the challenge!

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  12. Great interpreation - loe the letters -- it is so....happy : )
    Pat
    http://www.patstamps.blogspot.com

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  13. Oh that is cool! For my first try, I tried to write out HOWDY for my card and couldn't get it to line up right...now I just have to case your layout!

    Super cute!

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  14. this is terrific. I love when folks do something unique.

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  15. I had to get up and go look....your's is much better!!
    I love all the stitching, the color combo and the word happy spelled out that way! Fun card!

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