Friends to the End


I have to love this card! My oldest son had the following comment, "I think your cards are starting to look more professional.  I really like this one." Out of the mouth of teenage boys!! But seriously I think we all want to improve our craft.

My inspiration for this card came from Julie Stainton. I loved this idea! I think next time I will chose paper that has a little more contrast so you can see the different borders more easily. How many borders did you spy?


A rub-on letter was fun. I need to use those scrap booking supplies that are languishing in a closet. I was so excited about the flower. It was patterned paper that I cut using the Beautiful Blooms II die!!

If you need more info on any of my posts this week, just let me know. Life is hectic with graduation happening on Friday but creating is a great stress reliever. ~Rhonda

7 comments:

  1. What a great compliment and form a male no less! You much have raised him well Rhonda, because he has a good eye. This Card IS lovely.

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  2. Wow, Rhonda...what an interesting method...to use edge punches. Very clevery and this card is festive and fun! :) Great results!

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  3. Love your use of border punches here Rhonda, and the great, fun colors/papers you chose!!

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  4. Nice job! I especially like all the different border punches you used too!
    What a great compliment. Especially from a teenage boy too!

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  5. Rhonda, I've been scrolling through your latest posts and catching up on all your great cards! Love the birthday cards with the car bg! And this card is fantastic! I love the papers you chose to use with the different borders. What a wonderful compliment your son has given you!

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  6. Like this card! Love all the colors.

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  7. Great card! What a neat idea. I think I see 3 punches, but the striped paper makes it tough. I think it's neat that everything blends so well!

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