Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Growing in Unity: Day 2


Hi!  I'm so excited to bring you my second installment of the Growing in Unity Gal week.  Don't forget to comment on all my projects throughout the week for a chance to win a 25 stamp grab bag from Unity Stamp Company!  The links for all the projects are at the bottom of this post.

School is starting soon, and I wanted to stick a little something in my son's backpack to let him know I'm thinking of him on the first day of school. When I saw the Good Luck stamp from the Good Luck, Remember This, I knew I had the perfect stamp for this.  And again, I reached into my Journaling Card stash to create the background.  A few pop dots and a little twine, and I have quick card.  I'm excited to write a little note in this card for my 3rd grader!




Remember: Comment along all week for a chance to win a 25 stamp grab bag from Unity Stamps!

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See you tomorrow with my next project!

Cheers!
Kristy

30 comments:

  1. Great card! Love the sentiment focal! Great choice of papers and colors!

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  2. I love this one - it came together so well!

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  3. Good idea to add a cheering thought as your son starts a new chapter in life.
    the card is so masculine and won't embarrass him.
    thanks for sharing a fun idea.

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  4. Nice color combo and fab mix of stripes and dots!

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  5. Ah, your little man will love this - so cute (but manly!). lol

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  6. What a great guy card. I'm always looking for inspiration for them….Thanks!

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  7. Love your colour combo, wonderful card, masculine is never the easiest to do and you have pulled it off wonderfully

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  8. Fabulous card! Love your combination of papers xxx

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  9. Awesome card,your son will love it.It's so special and fabulous!

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  10. I like the journaling card with this stamp. Rich colors. :)

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  11. I'm always looking for quick, easy, and masculine cards!

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  12. Love this! So cute! And I love using journaling cards to make cardmaking quick too! Loving those stripes and dots in combination too!

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  13. Fun guy card! Love your paper and color choices!

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  14. Great masculine card. Love the teal and navy combination!

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  15. Awwww... Your son is going to love this! Such a great lil card!

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  16. Super quick, but still a great design!

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  17. You have quite a lot up your sleeve, I see! This card rocks!

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  18. Wow, I love how easy this card was for you to put together and it looks amazing! The journaling card background is perfect for this masculine stamp

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  19. Great masculine card. Great design.

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  20. Your son is going to be so excited to find this in his backpack. Nice job, mom!

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  22. Oh wow! This is so much fun!

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  23. That is such a cute card. Very appropriate for a "growing" young man. I'm sure he'll feel the love when he sees it!

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  24. Great masculine card and I think it is a wonderful idea to put in your son's backpack.

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