Friday, September 14, 2012

Growing in Unity: DAY 5

Today is the last day of my Growing in Unity time. :( The good news is there will be a winner posted in the next few days! Don't forget to leave a comment on here to be entered into the draw! You may just be the lucky winner!

Today I have a birthday card to show you. I made it for my dad since his birthday is at the end of the month.


I really like how this one turned out! I used the ippity set "Alphabetically Adorable" for the letters and the ippity set "How you doin" for the happy birthday sentiment. The patterned paper is from Cosmo Cricket: circa 1934. The button came from a big bag of Walmart buttons and the twine came from Noelle! <-----You can order some by clicking her name. My inspiration for this card came from here

Well, it's been a fun week for me! I can't wait to do this again! And if you are interested in becoming a Growing in Unity gal check it out here for the information. 

Thanks for dropping in today and all week! 

Love, Patricia  

11 comments:

Denise Bryant said...

Nice birthday card for your dad! I love the alpha stamps!
It's been a great GIU week! Thanks for sharing with us!
DeniseB

mollymoo951 said...

Love that alpha! Great card! Really like the layout / sketch.

Miriam Prantner said...

What a fun birthday card! Love how you added color to the alpha, great job this week!

Linda SS said...

Very nice card. Thanks for all the inspiration this week.

sharon g said...

I like how you colored the letters. Very cute!!! I've enjoyed seeing your creations this week.

Angie said...

Patricia! Gorgeous card!!! Love the DP and the fun coloring on the word, "dad"!!! I have had fun following you this week!!!

SHartl said...

OH, I just love this! The alphabet letters are so cute colored in like that and the patterned paper is perfect with your images!
Great masculine card!

jengd said...

This is cute! I like the mix of the formal paper and the fun, loose letters.

Julie Odil said...

This is great. I love those letters!

Amber S said...

This is super cute! I may have to pin it for inspiration later!

Joyce Casaldi said...

Love masculine cards, I find them so hard to do. Very nice!