Tuesday, November 11, 2008


I just logged on to upload the card I made for the Paper Craft Planet Sketch Challenge and noticed I hit 1,000 visits today. Phew...that took forever! :O)

The card I made for the sketch challenge is also a birthday card for a co-worker. Her last day at work is Friday and her birthday is next week, so we decided to surprise her and celebrate early! She was one of the ladies who joined us at my card party this Sunday. She always gets sooo excited when I bring a card into work, and seemed to really enjoy herself while making the Christmas cards at my house. I love her excitement :O) I'm sad to see her leave.

Thanks for swinging by. All of my supplies are listed in my SCS gallery.


Tiff said...

This is gorgeous!!!!

Heather Schlatter said...


This card is beautiful! I have wanted to try that dalia fold for a while, but have never tried it yet! Great job and great color choices.

Congrats on hitting 1,000!!!! You go girl!

Silli said...

Hi Kristin, your card is very pretty. I love the flower and the colors...and the brad. It´s gerat! Have a nice day!

Catherine said...

Kristine, this is so gorgeous :)

Alicia Weiman said...

Very pretty card. I've never tried this technique before. I like your color combo too!

Heather Schlatter said...

Hey there Kristin!

I know I already commented on this post but I was just popping over to my favorite blogs and thought I would see what's new here.

I am offering a big Pile of Blog Candy and adding to it throughout the entire 2 week challenge to celebrate my 5,000th hit in my 7 weeks of blogging.

There are about 6 ways to have your name entered!

I hope you enter to win too!

Hope your Christmas workshop went well!


Allison Rankin said...

Gorgeous...love the dalia fold and this layout is perfect!

Melanie Graves' page said...

You are such an inspiration to us stampers. Your cards are gorgeous. Unfortunately, I haven't had the time, or made the time, to make any cards. I love coming here to see your creations. Glad you liked my striped bathroom. I need to do more of that too. :-)

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