Friday, June 17, 2011

I adore you for FWF!

Good morning Unity Peeps! 

I got a peek at what the $5 feature was going to be for FWF today (I Adore You) and thought that I would play a bit with it. Next week is DH and mine 19th wedding anniversary so thought this might be a fun card to give to him for it....

It's a very simple card and I think that the dictionary paper with the kraft makes it masculine enough to give to my DH...


Supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Co. I Adore You
*Echo Park paper collection
*vintage dictionary paper
*StazOn jet black ink pad
*vintage buttons
*Nestabilities die cut


Be sure to check out all the FWF participants on the Unity Blog.

14 comments:

Wendy ten Hove said...

This is wonderful, Christi! Love the layout and that text paper is a perfect background!! So lovely!!
Hugs, Wendy

jennifer mitten said...

This is fabulous!

Anne said...

Awesome card! LOVE the dictionary paper with that stamp. This is a perfect masculine card!

Kary said...

Wow!! I LOVE this card, Christi!! It's beautiful - love every element on it and the dictionary paper is gorgeous.

Jingle said...

I love this!!! Awesome design! I just got that set and I haven't actually used it yet, so this is great inspiration!

Erin said...

Those stamps look great, I like how you layered them!

Crystal said...

Great design, this is really pretty!

sharon g said...

I can't pick my favorite thing about this card, because I love everything about it. First, the image in the middle resembles an old keyhole. LOVE IT. Then the text--love text. The colors, the...everything!

Ruby said...

Love this card and the stamp set.

Ashley Nguyen Newell said...

Holy moly! That is a stunning card!

Emily Keaton said...

Oh, this is awesome! I love how you stamped the sentiment right over the text. Cool!

Carol said...

Beautiful job! Thanks for the inspiration!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

marilyn said...

WOW - love this. LOVE the placement of all of the elements!

Gwen said...

Wow! LOVE this! Great job!

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