Friday, November 30, 2007

As Promised

I told you yesterday in my rambling post that I'd have something more for you to look at that won't be removed, and here it is. These are my Cookie Exchange Party invites that I made for this year. They are kickstand cards, and were both fun and fairly simple to make.
The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink's Paper Tray set, the dotted circle is from PTI's Borders and Corners {circles}, and the main image is from a CTMH set that I think is called Kiss the Cook, but I'm not very familiar with their sets, so feel free to correct me on that! :) It is a set that I borrowed from my good friend, Mimi, and it's wood mounted, so I'm not sure if it's even current. The paper is definitely not current, as it's Stampin' Up!'s Christmas paper from last year.

Well, Monday starts the MFT previews, if I don't get around to posting something for you this weekend! You're going to love these new sets that Kim has for you! Have a wonderful night!



  1. These are so nice! I love that main image. Can't wait to see the new MFT next week... Thanks for sharing :)

  2. I love your cards. You said it was a kickstand card--What is that?? I love the 1st of the month to see all the new stamps and ideas. Be back soon!

  3. How do you make a kick stand card? It almost looks like a tent topper upside that close??? Very cool card though!!

  4. Such a beautiful invitation!! Love the colors you used and the stamp
    is cute!!

  5. These invites are so adorable. The red paper looks like the pressing on velvet technique. I like your kickstand style. Very adorable.

  6. These are really cute! Gosh, the set is just perfect. I have to do 50 baby shower invites and I'm struggling with how to keep it simple but cute and worth the money they're paying. I think you just gave me an idea. Thanks!

  7. These are SUPER cute! The colors are so vivid, as usual, and so crisp! Very nice!

  8. Very clever card and love the design/layout! I might have to borrow this idea for NEXT YEAR'S cookie exchange party! Thanks for sharing this!


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