Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Across The Ocean

A while back I received a gorgeous package of scrummie crafting goodies from the lovely
 What a sweet lady she is, chances are that we will never meet yet she knows me so well! It was Nancy that introduced me to the idea of layering buttons so it seemed fitting that I should use a couple on the thank you note I sent her.
As luck would have it,the tiny card fitted just perfectly in the Spellbinders Grand Calibur Hexagon Petal Envelope, a die my husband treated me to ages ago but have never yet used. 

I'm using this note and envie combo for the following challenges:-
Papertake Weekly, Anything goes,
TTCRD38, Anything goes,
MIM109, Anything goes.
A quick bit of news before I go, Kerry had a few technical problems during the week of her "Stamp Sale" so to make up for it she has decided to extend for another week! Don't miss out!!!!!
Thanks for stopping by,


Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,love the design.xxx

Wishcraft said...

This is lovely Julie, love the matching envelope and all those fabby spots :o) Hugs, Lisa x

Kathleen said...

These are fabulous, love the yellow flower and the button look really great.

Kath x

Anne Fenton said...

Love both you projects,thank you for joining us at TTCRD this week.

Loz said...

This is a Beautiful card. I spotted this on MIM.... LOZ

coops said...

both so gorgepous julie.stunning designs :D

xx coops xx

brenda said...

What a gorgeous little box Julie, I've seen dies advertised but never one put together.

B x

Sandy said...

Sweet little thankyou card and matching envelope, Fab papers and love your layered buttons.
Thanks for linking up with MIM this week.
Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
Hugs, Sandy

Anonymous said...

Its a beautiful box julie, will try to make a similar one. Saw your entry in MIM.


Nancy in Iowa said...

And it's even MORE stunning in person! Genius using Hexagon Petal! This 'thank you' was a gift in itself! Thank you dear friend.