Tuesday, December 29, 2009

I did it!!!!!

Well I did it I finished all my cards for the 'Operation Write Home' and have them mailed. I made 75 Valentine cards and 100 Thinking of you, Just for you, Just a note and Birthday cards. Wow I am so proud of myself its like I'm obsessed to do these, like I have to make them for all their doing for us.
I would love to tell you all the stamps I used but I didn't all of these were images that I received from friends and the card is always SU cardstock. I used up a bunch of scraps and mini gems. If you'll notice almost every one of the cards I made within the past couple days have the yellow ribbon somewhere on them that's because Eyelet Outlet donated 10 bags to me to use on the cards. I really want to acknowledge how great their prices are and how I love the quicklets they are so easy to use I buy a lot from there.Like I said before I did use scraps and lots of cardstock. This pink Snowman salutation says 'Just thinkin bout you'. I use alot of these tiny salutations because they can be used by almost anyone. I wish I could say I follow a pattern but I just look at the image, find coordinating DSP and then put the cards together. I don't use lots of ribbon or flowers because probably 80% of them are men.....Not I'm always up for making cards so there won't be a shortage here.
God Bless you all.


Sandy said...

Oh my goodness you busy woman! The cards have all looked so cute. I love the top card with the moose...very, very cute!!!

Kimmiek said...

whata great compnay!! You are so very thoughtful & generous!! love teh third card here. You have made many of our best men & women in our country who keep us safe very happy I am sure!

Anonymous said...

Woo-hoo!! I'm so excited for you that you met your goal. I know they are going to be appreciated tremendously!!!

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