3.15.2013

a sweet card + video by Emily!

Emily was one of our CHA catalog contest winners and when we sent her her prize we couldn't wait to see what she made with her new goodies! She created this cute card with Good Fortune and some Daphne's Closet papers. Also, those "noodles" on the table? Those are swirlies from Home Sweet Home! Such a cute idea!


We also have a video from Emily showing how to create her open box above. So clever!

Thank you so much for the beautiful card and video, Emily!

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26 comments:

  1. Sooo fun! Love the video tutorial and card!

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  2. What a cute card! Love the happy birthday fortune!

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  3. Very cute and clever! Love the vellum fortune!

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  4. that is sooooo cool! Thanks for sharing!
    Sandra ltb

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  5. Oh my gosh...this is so adorable! I love the idea of the Lawn Trimmings stuffed in there for noodles! Too cute!

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  6. Very cute!!
    Love the card!
    Have a great weekend!!
    PS: thanks for tweeting that "rosette link"
    AWESOME!! Gonna watch the video later today!!!

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  7. This card is so cute!! The video is fabulous--I don't know how she ever came up with that idea!

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  8. That is so cute Emily! I love it!!

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  9. Ahhhh! I love this video, thanks for sharing this with us. I need to try this soon! I like how you made noodles with the Lawn Trimmings too! Great job :-p

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  10. I love your card making the flaps of the box was a great idea. Thanks for sharing the video

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  11. Brilliant card by Emily! Love the clever use of the open takeout box, and the fun noodles!

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  12. So cute and clever, Emily! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  13. Cute is right...thanks so much for the video, Emily!

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  14. I wish my mind worked the way yours does!! Brilliant!!! Thank you for the video tutorial. I'm going to try this idea right away.

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  15. Fantastic idea! What will you think of next...LOL

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  16. Talk about thinking outside the box in order to create the inside of the box! Awesome!

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  17. Great "neutral" card, works well for both men and women.

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  18. Love this card - so glad I stopped by your blog and stumbled upon it. ADORABLE ~ It is especially neat to me since my son just had a Ninjago party and I made fortune cookies.

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  19. Clever Emily...ver good tutorial.

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  20. Such a great new giveaway...follow you on Pinterest, Twitter, You Tube, etc.

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  21. Such a cool technique! I love how this turned out!

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  22. Really cute card. Enjoy learning new ideas!

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  23. I love it! What a great idea for the takeout box! And the vellum sentiment makes me smile. So great!

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  24. So clever! Absolutely fantastic! Love Emily's work.

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