Lisa pointed out this site in the Unity forum today….
Stamp Challenges Blog
The challenge that’s up today is to stamp something for a friend.
So here’s my friend card πŸ™‚
Since thanksgiving is THIS WEEKEND in Canada, I made a “Thankful for You” card.
I used the Take 3 kit stamps from QKD.
Thanks for looking…and find sometime today to stamp something for a friend πŸ™‚

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Comments on: "Something for a Friend" (10)

  1. Lisa H. said:

    wow! Tanis you are quick! I knew you’d love the prize and what a nice way to try and earn it. fabulous card. love the colors you used and chip board letters. thanks for playing!

  2. This is super cute and fun!

  3. Erin... said:

    What a super cute card!! Love the chipboard! great job with the challenge!

  4. Lindsay Spencer said:

    That is so cute. And there’s another one of those stamps you designed! Your post should say, “So here’s my friend card. I used the stamp that I recently designed.”

  5. Very cute, love the paper you used.

  6. jencie said:

    So cute!

  7. lauren said:

    oh yum another GORGEOUSLY stamped card there!!!

    (ps: happy thanksgiving, eh?!!)

    (sorry, i had to use my diabolically bad SCTV “bob-n-doug mackenzie” canadian accent then!) πŸ™‚

  8. ~Denise Lynn~ said:

    Love your friend card! Great colors and layout and I love the chipboard pieces. Very fun! Thanks for playing along with our challenge. πŸ™‚

  9. Lauren said:

    Super cute! Thanks for participating.

  10. dasimonds said:

    Sweet Card!
    Fabulous Colors..
    Cute stamp..lovin’ the chipboard πŸ™‚

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