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Monday, October 31, 2011

CTMH SOTM Blog Hop

Happy November! If you have arrived from Judy's blog......then you are on the right track! Here little box using the Art Philosophy cartridge is a perfect match-up with my weekend stay in the mountains of North Georgia and North Carolina. It was wonderful but exhausting! So I am a little late with my post but I do hope you enjoy it!

My daughter-in-law to be (DIL2B) birthday is on Sunday. So I decided to make her a "telescoping card". I found the directions on Splitcoast Stampers here and cut out the shapes with my Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge ( I love that cartridge!) If you still haven't purchased it, you need to add it to your Christmas Wish List!
You can purchase it here on my website www.ctmh.com/SweetAline

I used the Level 2 Sonoma paper pack (X7143B) and the My Stickease (X7143C) along with the November Stamp of the Month S1111 Cherish the Day. You can purchase all three of these items on my website as well.






Here are the cutting directions.... The hardest part is done for you! .... deciding on the sizes of all of the shapes! ("we don't need no stinkin' Spellbinder dies....")


Here is the closed card...


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Here is the opened card....

All ready for her gift card......

Now it is time to hop off to Amy's blog where you will find some more "Fall Artwork"!


So here are Mother Nature's contributions to fall....





SO Happy Fall Ya'll!!


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5 comments:

Haley D. said...

Such a pretty card! I love all the different gorgeous circle pieces. I am so wanting a Cricut now.

Where did you go on vacation to took such pretty pictures?

Adeline E. Brill said...

I think I was up near you... My friend has her place in Murphy, NC but we were in Blairsville, Dahlonega and Anna Ruby Falls - anywhere close to you?

Haley D. said...

ADELINE, I live in Blairsville!!! I am so sorry that you were so close and I missed you! Who is your friend? I know a few people in Murphy (my daughters dance there). What a small world!

Judy said...

Your card is beautiful! Thank you for sharing the pictures, as a fellow Floridian I so miss the fall.

Kristine Ponte said...

Wow! what a great job layering all these pieces! so patient!