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Couple of Cards November 24, 2008

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Here are the cards we made for the B&B make n’ takes on Saturday. 




Sorry the photos are not too hot – too much light.  You get the idea, though.  Option one was this versatile foldover card using “Half & Half” paper from the Cream of Mush collection.  I used the 3″ punch from EK Success for the red scallop on the front (you will see one of these in a giveaway soon).  With the exception of the Bazzill cardstock and the Paper Company bling, all products are from JB Soup.


The other option was a “Happy Thanksgiving” card using “Acorn Squash”.  The ribbon, bean seeds (felt flowers) are also from JB Soup.  The stamp is from Hero Arts.



Everyone also had the opportunity to make a mini-card (gift tag).  We made the “For You” mini card with the butterfly from “Fresh Raspberries”. 

Thank you everyone who came out on Saturday (skipped the game :-)) and joined Karen and I!



3 Responses to “Couple of Cards”

  1. Karen Nuce Says:

    It was really fun helping some of the crafters plan their projects and pick out JB soup products to purchase. It was also fun to see some of the same crafty ladies at B&B that we previously saw at Scrapbook Art for Jillibean make & takes. My favorite part of the day was when one of the ladies who loved JB soup products decided to “build” a kit of Jillibean stuff as a gift for a special person. What a great idea and who wouldn’t want to get that for a gift???

  2. jen t. Says:

    love the card with the big scalloped circle and the journaling spot! jen t.

  3. Jenn Z Says:

    Oh i LOVE these !!!!
    Jenn Z

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