Tuesday, August 2, 2011

WOYWW - Feeling Fruity? Pucker Up!

That's the challenge on Less is More Week 26 Lucky Dip...fruit inspired, fruit colored cards. 


I've had this one in mind for about a year and actually made a start on it last summer but it got banished to the "finish it later" drawer.  Since it was a bit worse for wear, I started over as witnessed by my WOYWW photo.  Sorry for the light...it's late.  Too late...I'm off to bed!  If you're a night owl, be sure to head over to Julia's blog for a peek at desks across the pond and the world.


Supplies:
Cardstock - SU Old Olive, Neenah Classic White; Stamps - PTI Fruitful, Friendship Jar Fillers; Ink - Versa Magic; Accessories - Cuttlebug tag die, ribbon

Don't forget to hop over the May Arts and October Afternoon sites.  It's blog week!   That means you win for commenting.   I'll be having a sneak peek of my project soon.


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May Arts/October Afternoon Blog Week

                     

May Arts and October Afternoon are teaming up this week with some fun projects for you!  Of course they're giving stuff away!  Here's a sneak peek at what you can win just for commenting.



I can testify that this stash is just awesome!  Be sure to be on the lookout for my project this week!  Now hurry over and leave a comment so you can play with May Arts and October Afternoon too!
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Teapot Tuesday - Hugs and Hope

I'm just going to let Cindy tell you about our Teapot Tuesday Destination Station this week:

This week's destination is various locations across many many miles. If you would like a destination for your card this week, how about sending it to one of the kids of Hugs and Hope Club for Sick Kids. Hugs and Hope is an internet-based group of caring people who are devoted to providing smiles for kids with serious illnesses, injuries or handicaps.The Club was created by Marsha Jordan in October 2000, as a ministry of encouragement for children battling critical illness. Visitors to the site pray for, encourage, and send these children cheerful, special, handmade cards (a.k.a."happy mail").

If you'd like to participate, you can find the information here.

I kept my cards simple as I didn't know if they would be going to boys or girls.  Of course, I made one blinged up and I got all boys.  Back to the drawing board unless one of the teapotters wants to switch.



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