Tuesday, May 20, 2014

First Communion



Over the weekend, my mum mentioned that she was going to the first communion of one of yer best friends granddaughter and grandson.  I hadn't inked up my first communion stamps that Karen Baker made for The Craft's Meow so I immediately said I'd make cards for her. I kept them very CAS using a touch of patterned paper and two different cross dies from Verve.  A touch of stitching and the sentiment and the cards were finished up.  Once again, I'm playing along with CAS(E) this Sketch.  Love their sketches!



18 comments:

  1. I love the simplicity of these cards Lynn. My youngest is doing hid a first communion this weekend.

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  2. I have been noticing your cards in the blogland and I really love them all. You have such an elegant style of cardmaking. Love these two cards, such soft colours and so classy.

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  3. oh, just darling and perfect for first communion! It's a beautiful sunny morning here after rain all weekend...the perfect paper writing weather! I'm on page 11, but plugging away! ox

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  4. These First Communion cards are so perfect, Lynn! Love the patterned paper you used on both!

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  5. What a beautiful card for a first communion. The colours are so soft and I love the first cross, beautiful!

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  6. perfect Lynn and great way to use the DSPx

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  7. Fabulous use of the sketch. Love the masculine and feminine takes. Wonderful times two :)

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  8. Lovely communion cards! Simple yet perfect!

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  9. These are beautiful, Lynn, the soft colors are perfect!

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  10. Such pretty cards. How nice that you have a matched set.

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  11. Great cards and great use of pattern papers :) so subtle and serene !

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  12. So pretty! LOVE the font here, your simple patterned backgrounds, and the STITCHING ;)!

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  13. These are gorgeous, Lynn! Simple and elegant - so perfect for the occasion. Thanks for playing along with CAS(E) This Sketch this week!

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  14. What pretty crosses, these are wonderful Lynn!

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  15. Oh, these are both lovely! Wonderful takes on the sketch!

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