Saturday, October 4, 2014

World Card Making Day 2014

Hi, everyone!

Welcome to the Words 2 Scrap By stop on Operation Write Home's World Card Making Day blog hop. Since several of us I-Teamers are Operation Write Homers, we couldn't resist the chance to participate in this opportunity to make love cards for our troops. Thanks to Bobbi for this wonderful suggestion.  :)

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Annie's card:




Bobbi's card:
http://bobbistreasure.blogspot.com/


My card:



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BTW  If you haven't checked out our October W2SB challenge, you might want to take a look. The prize package features the amazing art of Sandy Allnock, Founder and Executive Director of OWH!



15 comments:

  1. My goodness what fun cards! The penguin card is adorable, I love the the detail. The arrows are so fun! That'd be great for someone to send to their teen and how can you go wrong with snuggling owls? Happy WCMD

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  2. Congrats to the I-Team! What beautiful cards! I love the colors and sentiment on the arrow card. Happy WCMD! ♡Dawn

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  3. Such great group of cards! My favorite is the penguin, love the red and black, the digi is very striking and the snowflake is the perfect touch to say "burr"! TFS!

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  4. I love all three of these cards! I have that digi set with the penguin; you've made a striking card with the red/white/black. The arrow card is perfect for a man or woman since it's not a girly color scheme. And those owls...such an effective way to use that punch. I feel a CASE coming on! Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  5. Awesome cards! I LOVE the penquin one...it is so adorable :)
    Beth
    Beth's Beauties

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  6. I love the variety of the cards. The penguin is just darling and very striking with the red /black combo. I love the placement of the word "so" on the arrow card. Such a perfect gender neutral card. And the fun hearts die cut background is so sweet for those little owls.

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  7. 3 great cards...first one is so cute I never thought to use the penguin from this set as a winter card...thanks for the idea!! The second card I love the paper and the arrows!! The last card..what great background and to only use the owl shapes - You nailed ladies!!

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  8. So cute! Ya'll really knocked it out of the park.

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  9. All three are just adorable! I have to confess, I am partial to those sweet owls! Too cute!

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  10. Great crds...esp Bobbi's with the trendy arrows! Keep up the great work!!!

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  11. Oh I do so love your penguin card. The use of the patterned paper and that cute snowflake with the button ... gonna have to try that.

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  12. Three great cards! Each one is wonderful! The penguin is just cute, because he is cute! I like that the arrow card could be used for anyone, any time of year and I love the background of the owl card. Nice job to all of you!

    BTW, I am somewhat new to OWH (only sent in one big batch a couple of years ago). I was going to start sending cards again and see that less cards are needed now, so I have made a few and am adding to them slowly. I am following most of what goes on, and this is probably the 10th blog I have commented on, and I did not know there was a prize. I was doing it because I wanted to leave love for everyone who has put love into their cards. However, any art by Sandy would be a welcome gift! I am taking the Copic class she is teaching on Online Card Classes right now - I already knew she was talented, but wow!

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  13. All three cards are lovely!!! Thank you for supporting OWH!!!

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  14. These cards are sooooo cute! I love the 2 circles on the sweet penguin card, the background paper with some of the arrows cut out on Bobbi's card and those adorable owl silhouettes on your card. I especially love all those stars! Thank you for the inspiration!

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