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Monday, October 27, 2008

TOY for Gary

Today I created a TOY card (TOY stands for Thinking Of You) for my friend in Arizona. We haven't met yet, but have emailed back and forth and have lengthy phone conversations. Thank goodness for free long distance.

I used a magnolia tilda as my peek a boo character in side my "O" and a stampendous thinking of you. I used my cuttlebug to emboss 1/2 of my card, added the printed paper and Christmas ribbon that is actually blue and silver. I also used my cuttlebug swiss dots to add some spunk to the TOY letters. All in all, I really like this card. I have an upcoming CB Card swap and might just use this as a pattern for that, but with more feminine colors and paper. I am thinking something floral.

8 comments:

SilentRN said...

How beautiful!!!!!!!! I used the exact same ribbon for a wedding scrapbook I made last night!! Beautiful work, how creative!!

Carmen said...

What a great card!! You friend is sure goona like it :)

Tina said...

I like the face peeking into the center of the "O" very clever!

Angie Williams said...

Oh, I love this! It is so cute!

Michelle Walpole said...

Gee, this presentation I have not seen before. Very creative!

Michelle
(Qld, Australia)
SCS Blogger 3

Jaspere said...

That polar bear image is so adorable. Thanks for sharing.

Ilina Crouse said...

what a great idea for Tilda picking through the "O". I bet your friend will like it :)
TFS

April said...

Okay, I'm so glad you explained TOY because honestly I was looking at it thinking...who's toy?! Very nice!