Today’s card (3-18)

Meet today’s card.

happybirthday_teri

This card was created in celebration of the latest issue of Stamp It! from Paper Crafts magazine.

So, of course, there’s a whole lotta stamps on here. 🙂 The stars and numbers are from The Unity Stamp Co. The hat and words are from Kim Hughes’ Birthday Bash set from Cornish Heritage Farms.

You can win this card by hitting the Moxie Fab World blog and leaving a comment over the next few days.

Just in case you aren’t familiar with the Moxie Fab World blog, it’s hosted by Cath. She’s the Creative Editor over at Paper Crafts magazine. Cath is an all-around good egg.

She asked me and nine other gals whose cards appear in the new issue of Stamp It! Cards to make a card. We’ve sent them to her and she’s grouped them all together to give them away on the blog as a one-of-a-kind prize package.

The other card contributors to prize package are:

Maren Benedict; Kim Kesti; Julia Stainton; Angie Hagist;  Debbie Olson  ; Dawn McVey;  Melissa Phillips; Natasha Trupp; and Jen del Muro.

What a group of gals.

I’m do think I’m going to be a little envious of whoever wins those cards.  I would love to see these cards in person.  They all look fabulous on the blog.

If you are interested in winning the prize pack, you have until Sunday, March 22 at midnight MST to comment. Again, go here to do that.

Anyway, that’s all I have got for today.

I’ll be back tomorrow. Thanks again for stopping by.

8 thoughts on “Today’s card (3-18)

  1. I dig those stamps! I have yet to sink myself into anything Unity, but i do admire them often. Love the card. And congrats on the publication! Those cards (and the mag) look absolutely great.

  2. I love your card. It was one that really caught my eye in the list. Your colors, the stamps and that pull out are awesome elements that make it very unique. Wonderful work!

  3. ok, so I JUST realized you are the same Teri I read about on the paper craft blog. I tell you sometimes I can be SO slow! I loved reading about you and the things you like and getting to know a bit about all the great stuff in your brain. And as always you really are a great designer… I mean crafty girl!

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