Thank You Boom Di Ada

Happy Birthday, MOM!  

If you are reading this on Monday, September 22nd, it is my mother's birthday.  Mom, I hope you had a great day!  We tried to call, but you must be out celebrating!  Love ya! 


I just can't get enough of this design.  I needed to make 10 thank you cards, so I used this design again.  It is so easy to make and looks good with every paper set I use.

This time I used the Creative Basics Boom-Di-Ada Collection on page 18 of the 2008 CTMH summer Idea Book.  The embellishments are hollyhock twill ribbon, garden green brads and bling I had in my stash (non-CTMH).  The sentiment is from Gracious Greetings and I used the same gold paper behind the sentiment that I used on the Happy Anniversary card.  This gold paper was sold by CTMH, but is retired now.


Here is a close-up of the sentiment.  You can see that the sun makes the gold paper shimmer.  Pretty!



Happy Stamping!

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6 comments:

Jeanne said...

What a lovely card! Hey, if you like a design and need a bunch, go for it! You picked a winner here!

Hey...what was the name of that store in Sioux Falls you went to with all the neat cards you shared?

Thanks for sharing...can't wait to see the new look!

Connie said...

Oooh! I really like this paper with this design. Will have to see if I have everything to make it. Are you going to send me the dimensions?

Connie said...

Whoops! Happy Birthday Mom!!!

Clearly Inspired said...

Here are the dimensions:

card base 7 x 8 scored at 3 1/2
hollyhock 1 3/4 x 3 3/4
gold paper 1 5/8 x 3 5/8
colonial white 1 1/2 x 3 1/2
striped paper 2 x 8
green pattern paper 1 1/2 x 8

Happy Stamping!

Barb W said...

This is just beautiful, Kim. I tell ya' you've been using that Gracious Greetings stamp set and I love your creations. I finally caved and ordered it yesterday! Thanks for the dimensions, too. I think I'll make up a batch with no sentiments, that way I can taylor them for any occassion.

Jenn said...

This is so pretty!

I really love your artwork slideshow at the bottom of your blog too, very cool!