Nov 24, 2009

Thank you - Digital Tuesday #34

Happy Tuesday!!

The challenge over at digital tuesday today is "Thank you". I don't know about you, but I really should be making and sending out more thank you cards.

This sweet cupcake image is from "Creations by Penny" who is also our sponsor this week. Winner can choose 5 images from her store. How fun is that!




Image is colored with copics. Papers are from Stampin Up and DCWV. I embellished with some double stitched ribbon and prima flowers, and added dots of stickles to the cupcake frosting.

The sketch is from Friday Sketchers.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Hope you'll have a fantastic day, and a

Happy Thanksgiving !!!

(if you are celebrating this thursday!!)

8 comments:

  1. Great card, love the layout and papers used. Anesha :-)

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  2. Lovely card. I love the pearls on the frosting and the pieces of dp that are attached with a brad. Great sentiment idea too.

    Sorry that my blog posts are making you miss Europe. I can understand why you miss it so much now that I've been there. It is such a beautiful and fascinating world.

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  3. Adorable card, the "sprinkles" on the cupcake look great, and I like all the layers and embelishments.

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  4. Beautiful the cupcake looks scrumious good job.

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  5. Ellie all I can say is YUM!!! very cute card.

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  6. How cute! I love the accents on the sides.

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  7. I love your wonderful layout for this really cute card. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

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