thank you


I am loving the new Framed stamp set from PTI. Take a look at this quick and easy thank you. This card is sized to fit in a 4x4 envelope. 

Stamp the frame and sentiment. Add a die cut of felt and it is ready to go!


We are actually enjoying some cool weather today. Have a great day! ~Rhonda

supplies:
stamps: PTI Leaf Prints, Framed, Fillable Frames #7
paper: PTI Stampers Select White
ink: SU Dusty Durango; PTI Chi
other: PTI Leaf Prints die, twine; felt from LSS

9 comments:

  1. What a wonderful CAS card, Rhonda! Can you believe I haven't inked my Frame It stamps yet?

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  2. Just wonderful Rhonda! These would be absolutely awesome in a set together!!

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  3. I'm regretting not getting the Framed set and your card isn't helping any! This is beautiful!

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  4. Hope you don't mind me stopping by your blog to tell you about Papercraft Star (just in case you don't already know!) We'd love to have you enter some of your inspired projects in our challenges there. We're also having a DT call soon and want to tell papercrafters like you about the call! There is still time to enter our PTI gift certificate drawing too! http://papercraftstar.blogspot.com/2010/09/another-gift-certificate-give-away-at.html

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  5. Love this Rhonda! I didn't get the PTI frame set but I did order the new WM frame set, and you've given me an idea for using up some felt shapes that I've had sitting in my stash for quite some time now! Thanks :)

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  6. Another lovely card - elegant in it's simplicity. I'm really bummed I haven't been able to get the Framed set yet. I so want it when I see creations like this.

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