9.28.2011

Thank You Cards are done! Whoo hoo!

Hey Everybody...well been working this evening on finishing up stuff for the baby shower this weekend. I finished the set of Thank You cards. A think a set of 10 should do nicely. I made a nice little stationary box to go with them. I found the tutorial on SplitCoast Crafters.

Also, there's a nice lil sign that is gonna go on the deserts table. My creative friend Erin is creating a "Craving Station"...you know like pregnancy cravings... I thought it was cute.

So here are the pics.  Hope you like 'em. Thanks so much for stopping by. I love friends and comments...can't get enough.

P.S. I made this "Thank You" paper. I learned it from my great friend at the Cardmonkey. I just printed it off from Microsoft Word. I just love the way it turned out.




Be Blessed, Beckie

6 comments:

Country Lady Designs said...

Hi Becki
What a sweet Idea ,The thank you cards are so cute. Thank you for visiting and becoming a follower of my blog.
I am now a follower of your blog. TFS

Cindy said...

Hi Becki,GORGEOUS job with your thank you cards!I LOVE the BEAUTIFUL colors,Have a SUPER day!!:)

Ellen ♥ CardMonkey said...

Awwww, shucks. Thanks for the credit on the inspiration to make your own papers. I do this all the time, especially if I have a line of papers where they don't have a stripe or something to match and I want an accent. Go wild!! (Like a monkey, LOL!)

Your thank you cards are REALLY very nice ... love the colors, the design, the buttons, all of it. Keep at it!

I'm really enjoying watching your blog bloom!!!

Fondly,
Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
http://cardmonkey-business.blogspot.com

Erin said...

I love everything SO much in person! Very, very impressive and high quality - just like you have always been :)

Thank you, thank you, thank you for delivering it today. I'm going to be full-on cake stress all day tomorrow. Wish me luck.

Cely said...

Awesome DIY paper! Need to think of this the next time I need something original!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Ah yes, really liking this card too. I see you enjoy adding buttons...something I myself am still trying to master....yours are great!