Monday, July 28, 2014

Thank You Card

Happy Monday My Blogger Friends!
What a fun day we had at the Cross Plains Library yesterday.  Here's a few pictures of our TOTALLY FUN DAY........
What better way to start a Scrappin Day ...... Than to make a pit stop at our favorite Starbucks store.
Hailey showing us how to do a selfie with my iphone!
Her mom (my daughter Cheryl) got the hang of it right away.....
(Even Driving......)
But it took Hailey three tries to explain to her NaNa how to do a selfie.......
We even decided to take this selfie at the libary..............but realized that nobody had a free hand to click the shutter button.......and that just managed to crack us all up for this selfie!
Here's Hailey working on her Paper Pumpkin kits.......
And a sample of one of the cards she ended up making.
Here's Cheryl preparing Twoie's birthday gift.
And me trying to do some camera adjusting.
And as we were packing up to leave the library ....... I stopped to take this picture of the GORGEOUS storm that was moving in over the town we were leaving.
My card share today is this SUPER FUN thank you card made with the new stamp sets What's Your Type and Water Color Thank You.
I stamped my images with Coastal cabana, Crisp Cantaloupe and Pistachio Pudding ink.
And then stamped my "thank you" sentiment with Crisp Cataloupe ink.
One of the final touches was adding Coastal Cabana Baker's Twine around the bottom of my card ...... And then added some Coastal Cabana Stampin' Write Marker around each of the stamped circles.

Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to share with you another version of this card - but using one of my favorite SU colors ........ Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

2 comments:

Lynn G. said...

Awesome card Kadie!!! Love the hand stitching and the colors ROCK. Love it when more than one stamp set is used.
Thanks for sharing!!!

Mary Fish said...

I still am not sure of the proper way to take a selfie. Such fun pix and I LOVED the card. The circles and style work perfectly with the "thank you" font!