Thursday, March 25, 2010

A Much Better Gift Card Envelope and Operation Write Home and PPA-35

Our Great Niece is getting married. I wanted to send a gift card to the store she is registered with, but the envelope that came with it, just didn't look good with the card I'd made....so, using my Sizzix die- Gift Card Holder, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder - Swiss Dots and Spellbinder Daisy Heads Die, I created this gift card envelope. The Gift Card Holder Die is getting quite a workout. I'm very happy that I purchased it.

Ok....check out Paradise Scrapbook Boutique. The second Operation Write Home group did even better. This month 378 cards were made and are ready to send to OWH. Check out Karen's Blog for more information and contact her if your group would like to participate with our group, or if you would like information on starting your own group. I'm sooooo proud of everyone who took part. Karen....I Love the photos on your blog.....

I just opened my email from Pals Paper Arts. This week's challenge is....Anything but a card. I think my envelope just might qualify....Check out: PPA-35, which is one of my very favorite challenges.

Off I go for now. It's Weight Watcher Day.....and a birthday luncheon for Cathy and Rita, and card class night at Paradise Scrapbook Boutique....A fun way to spend this rainy day!

6 comments:

  1. Mary this is just beautiful!!!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful! I love this flower! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

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  3. This is a beautiful envelope - perfect for the occasion! So glad you play at PPA!

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  4. I love your gift card holder, Mary! I have this particular die too and it's one of my favorites! I love the die-cut flower and the gorgeous ribbon you added! So pretty! Great job with the challenge! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I wish to use this Gift Card envelopes for any special occasion.

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  6. WOO HOO!!!! I love them all so much, and you KNOW I need one. : ) Adore your blog. And you.

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