Thursday, June 15, 2017

Cardz TV Mailbox Smiles DT Challenge

Hello my crafty friends!  It's Friday and time for another Cardz TV Mailbox Smiles DT Challenge.  My how time flies!  Middle of June already!?!?

My friend gave me another conversion challenge as well.  She found this card style but it was in centimeters and asked me to convert the measurements she wrote down with her sketch of it.  It's a bit tall.  I don't know what to call this fold.  My son's friends' grandmother passed away so I decided to make this card for his parents.

For the sentiments, I used the Cardz TV Stamps set "Heartfelt Wishes."  This set is great for sympathy cards, Get Well Soon cards, and even Thank You cards.  I used framelits, DSP and punches from Stampin' Up!  I forgot to take a picture of the envelope I made with my Envelope Punch Board.

What do you think?  Are you ready to take the challenge?  I hope so!  Simply create anything!  You don't even need to use Cardz TV stamps.  Mary will be giving away a set of her fabulous stamps to the winner!  You have until noon, EST, June 29, 2017.  I can't wait to see what you create!

Thank you so much for stopping by, and I would really love to hear from you!  I hope you have a great weekend!

Crafty Hugs,
(The Queen)


  1. I love the design of the card! Simply beautiful my friend!! Awesome job!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Crafting With Creative M

  2. I have been watching your cards (Castle) and am soooooo impressed with what you come up with. Do you ever do any tutorials? I would love to see this one one (among others). Marvelous

  3. Sympathy cards are never easy to make, but you made a stunning card that I'm sure will be appreciated and treasured. It's a beautiful design! Love it, Laura, and would love to give it a try if you would share a tutorial?
    Have a great day, dear friend.


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