27 October 2011

Growing in Unity: Thanks a bunch

It's Growing in Unity day four! I'm playing along with the current Unity Challenge - Autumn Harvest.  The poem mentions falling leaves so inked up Thanks a Bunch in the rich A Muse Currant ink, mounting it on kraft, another fall colour. Autumn is all about being thankful so used the sentiment from thanks a bunch as well.



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Glenda

Card details:
thanks a bunch
Stamps: Unity thanks a bunch
Paper: Jillibean Soup Kraft, SU! Basic Black, white card stock
Ink:  A Muse Currant, Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: A Muse Cranberry button & Onyx pearl, SU! ribbon (retired), Seeing Spots Cuttlebug embossing folder, Cuttlebug, EK Success corner rounder punch

23 comments:

  1. Beautiful! LOVE the color combo!

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  2. Such a simple, but striking card. Great work!

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  3. Wonderful card! Love the simplicity but the little details like the one "nipped" corner and the ribbon tag.

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  4. I really like your style. This card is very sleek.

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  5. wow this card is so pretty... I love that image and the color you used to stamp it with is just perfect... this card is one of my favs...

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  6. Great way to use that image! I love it!

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  7. Beautiful design!

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  8. I love the details - button, ribbon, rounded corner, texture, a little bling - all on a CAS card! Awesome!!

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  9. I really like the Muse Currant ink, and everything looks great together! Love all the small details, and the simple addition of a button adds a lot to it! Wonderful job again; I'm loving your style!

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  10. That is cool, Glenda. I love the kraft in your layout!

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  11. Ahhh my FAV color combo!!! It matches my living room :)

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  12. Beautiful and a great color palette!

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  13. This is just beautiful. Loving that ribbon "tab"....will have to try that!

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  14. Pretty card! I love the white panel on the kraft card. Makes it really stand out. Great choice of the leaf image. Love that stamp!
    DeniseB

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  15. I really like the black and red together. Nice

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  16. Oooooo...your design is awesome! You've got great details here, Glenda....love the embossing.

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  17. Gorgeous!! That touch of texture on the black cardstock finishes off this card perfectly!!

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  18. BTW - Just saw your comment on Teri Anderson's blog about the bacon. We had bacon bandaids too but the boys used them up - darn boys!! We got pickle bandaids too but they weren't near as popular at the bacon ones!

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  19. Want...to...play...with...legos - haha! :)
    Love this layout and colors, very striking!

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  20. So beautiful Glenda..love the extra embossing and the color palette!!

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