Thursday, May 6, 2010

WILD CARD WITH LISA/#1

I made a mistake yesterday posting about the MPS designers and their projects being posted.
I apologize...I did receive an email with the changes and I over read it.
All our projects for the month will be up some time during May.

Now onto Wild Card with Lisa

This is card # 38 and on the cartridge handbook you can find it on page #69.

My #1 Card
5.5 inches  
 I used Wausau linen cardstock for the base, DCWV for the front and the merit ribbon.

Another view.
(remember you can click on the photos for a larger vie
The stamped image and sentiment are from a clear stamp set
I have in my supplies but I forgot to write the name on the case :)
I cut a strip of the purple DCWV cardstock for the inside to add more purple to it.
You can see the envelope using the same cardstock from the merit ribbon on front.

A clear view of my stamped image tells you I need to practice stamping, lol.

Lisa's #1 Card
 Don't you love Lisa's colors today?I
I know I do.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you join us again on Tuesday for card #39.
In the meantime feel to browse and if you have questions I can answer, do not hesitate to use the 

11 comments:

  1. These are great! Love your different takes. Really shows the versatility of the cut! xxD

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  2. Both cards are great.. :)

    Hugs, Sheena

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  3. These cards are terrific! Congrats to the grads :)

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  4. You seriously have the best card designs ever!

    Jeanine

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  5. Wow, I love both of them!!!

    One of my son's friend's just received her Master's, what a great card for me to lift to send her.

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  6. I love your take on this card, it came out so cute! ...by the way ..Natalie is doing great! She sits up on her own now! :) Thanks for asking!

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  7. Really classy. You took this card to a whole different level...from ho hum when you just look at it in the manual to stardom when I see it on your blog!!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  8. I love your graduation card, Agnes. I have five grad cards to make this weekend and I needed a little inspiration ... thanks so much!

    Jo xx

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  9. you NEVER disappoint, this card is just gorgeous...

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  10. what a timely post as at school we are preparing the students for graduation! i must make a dozen of these cards for students i have supported in class and on the bus! i didn't even know this cut was on this cart! my own son is graduating and going to university!

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Have a fun day!!!