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Monday, November 7, 2011

Stampin' Up! Thanksgiving Card from Workshop

Good morning. It is a dreary Monday here in Texas and I have a kid home sick. How are you all doing? Did anyone feel that tremor we had in Texas on Saturday night?


Last week, I had so many other things to show that I did not show the last card we made at my Harvest Workshop the weekend before.


I got the idea from my dear consultant friend, Cara Brandse, in Canada. She made a beautiful card and gave me one at Convention but I could not find it so I had to wing it.


 Hers had beautiful window panes in it but after trying really hard, I just made a simpler version and used that for the Worskhop.  However the girls at the workshop went for the Window Pane version!


Cara's Card was designed like this but hers was sooo pretty and my grass is not lined up! 

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3 comments :

scrappinlil said...

Beautiful card. Love the window panes, and the pumpkin..what a great touch. TFS

~BridgetL~ said...

Hi Barb, hope all is well with you and the family. I love your thanksgiving card. I really need to find some crafting mojo soon. I want to make all kinds of homemade gifts this yr.
Hugs,
B

Lena's Creations said...

Very pretty card - love the window effect. I think I'm going to scraplift this idea for a Christmas card. TFS. Didn't feel any tremors here in Houston.