Unity’s FWF 2/8/13

Hello, hello! It’s Friday. All day long yesterday I thought it WAS Friday already. However, I got my hair cut AND I got to go out to a late dinner and drinks with a good friend. We haven’t been able to catch up much with all the sickness going ’round… whenever we plan something, someone gets sick. 😦

It’s time to link up for Unity’s Friends with Flair, and I of course have my card ready. (Be sure to hop back to the Unity blog and check it all out!)
Voila!
Unity’s Sew Cute sentiment
Cosmo Cricket Material girl dp; Gina K cardstock
Sizzix button die, Twinery twine, Momento bamboo leaves ink
This sketch is the Cards in Envy sketch and so I’m lilnking it up there as well. Thanks for visiting me today! 

Jen
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35 thoughts on “Unity’s FWF 2/8/13

  1. Your card is as cute as a button, I love your take on the sketch and the pretty floral paper. Thanks so much for joining us at Cards in Envy for our very first challenge! Good Luck!
    Danie xx

  2. I see that flower paper and I am aching for spring! This is such an adorable card, I really like how you did the border, I love the little extras that make a card different from everyone else! Thanks for visiting Cards In Envy. Happy crafting,

  3. The colors truly make me long for spring and I live in TN where winters are never much to talk about. (I hope I didn't just jinx myself!) Great job on the sketch! Thank you for joining the Cards In Envy challenge and please be sure to take part in our future challenges.

  4. Jen, I really love the paper colors you used on your card. Adding the dark mats under really make your card stand out! Love the buttons and sentiment, too! Thank you so much for playing along at Cards in Envy and double thanks for the cards you create for Operation Write Home!

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