Sunday, August 12, 2012

Missing You

 
I had a variety of ideas for the current PaperSmooches challenge, but none of them were translating!  So, I decided it was time to make my nana a card.  Since she is in England and I'm in Ohio, I thought a map showing both of us would represent how much I miss her across the miles.  yes, yes, yes, I know very literal!  I loved playing along with some new PaperSmooches stamps I got because I had a card published using PS stamps.  It's always awesome to get new stamps and for free is even better.  So what do you think?  I think the stamped panel could stand alone too with of course a white background from this CAS loving girl!
 

15 comments:

  1. Love this stamp set - it's on my wishlist :) Great card - I love what you've done here.

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  2. Seems like a perfect card for your nana. Such a cool mix of stamps and paper.

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  3. What a neat idea, Lynn! So perfect for your nana - she'll love it, I'm sure!

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  4. I adore this idea, literal or not! :) What a wonderful card for your Nana!

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  5. Who doesn't love free stamps? Congrats on being published, too. Clever idea with the map as a background! You're definitively right - the stamped panel would make a focal point itself with just a white card base :)

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  6. What a great idea for a "missing you" card! I'm sure she'll love it.

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  7. great missing you card. love the mix of colored leaves.

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  8. Great card Lynn - love the map, especially as it shows were each of you are :) And YAY! for free stamps.

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  9. love that map paper!! great idea to pair it with a missing you card!

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  10. Neat, Lynn! I love how the leaves are falling off the tree and the different colors you chose :) I've gotta get this tree! Also loving the map paper behind.

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  11. I adore cards with maps on them...perfect for this sentiment and Nana :)

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  12. I love the map Lynn, an amazing background. What a great way to show the world isn't that big.

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  13. I love the literal approach to this and I bet your nana will too! Love how the colours of the leaves coordinate with your map AND represent all of the seasons - clever!
    Hugs!
    x

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  14. Oooo! I'm just lovin' that map background! I "need" me some more PS! Too cute!

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  15. HOW cute! LOOOOOOOOVE that map background! THANKS so much for playing along with us over at the Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge:)

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