Friday, October 21, 2011

K 'n K Designs Blog Hope

Welcome to the Operation Write Home Fund Raiser blog hop.  If you arrived at my blog from Paige’s blog – you are in the right spot.  Isn’t it wonderful that K ‘n K Designs has generously created these digis and offered up all the profits to help with the mailing costs of sending cards overseas to our heroes - $13,000 for postage – I think OWH helps keep the US postal service in business. 
Now if you don't need to buy any digi stamps - you can still help out with postage costs - here is the link to the Operation Write Home blog where you can graciously donate some moola to help offset postage costs.
Back to the creative part of this post. 



I made this card using the set Written With Love.   Isn’t this bunny so cute – and the sentiments that come with it are perfect.  I managed to make everything larger than I should have – my original thought was to have both sentiments on the front of the card – that did not happen so I decided to decorate the inside – normally I just add a liner so the hero can write a note.  I did put a liner in the card – but I also decorated one panel with a sentiment. 
Now – I want you to hope over to Shannon’s blog to see what she has created for your viewing pleasure. 
Please leave some love on everyone's blog.

28 comments:

Rhonda Miller said...

Oh my goodness, this is so cute.

Jan Hunnicutt said...

Great card Barb and I like your others too as I scroll down :) Thanks for being part of this fundraiser and hopping with us too!

Shannon White said...

Aww, this is soo Cute Barb! Love how you colored up this Sweet image and the Fab dp's too! So Pretty! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

Carol L said...

Your card is so cute with those adorable papers and colors, and I love how you did the inside too! NJ!

Donna Hanley said...

This card is just so darn cute. I love all of your paper choices. Great idea for the inside of your card also. Thanks for sharing.

Paige said...

Inside and out, your card is a delight!

Kaylee Snyder said...

Cute card! I really like how you decorated the inside too.

Paper Therapy Ponderings said...

sorry for the small print - everyone will be blind when they leave my blog.

Barb

Laurel said...

Very nice combo of papers, Barb. What a beautiful job on the inside too!

HomeschoolHomestead said...

I love your details.

Sandy Trefger said...

Your card is so stinking cute! Really! I love the paper choices. So cheerful and the coloring of the bunny is wonderful!

Nancy M said...

Cute card! I like how you made the DP all work together; that can be a challenge! TFS
RBBRRMQN at YAHOO dot COM

Operation Write Home said...

Awww! You guys are making me wanna go color the bunny....maybe I need to put my to do list aside for at least a little while....

Anonymous said...

Cute card. Love the paper you used and how you did the inside of the card. rkscholz at yahoo dot com

K 'n K Designs said...

Oh how cute!! The papers you used make this look like a cozy quilt. :) And I love how you put the "sealed with a hug" on the inside of the card! That is perfect! :) What a cute card, thanks for sharing!!

Robin said...

cute card Barb!
thanks for sharing

helloholley said...

love those papers!! Great job!! ;)

Linda said...

Very colorful and lively! TFS!!!

Ann said...

Barb, this is sooo cute! I love how you put all the different patterned papers together and they look fantastis!! Mine never works quite that well.

Aundria B. said...

I really love this card you made - so many happy colors along with this sweet bunny - great layout too. Thank you for sharing this!

Kathryn said...

I love the springy colors and the decorations you did inside. Nice work!

Carol said...

Such a cute card. I like the sentiments that you chose to go on the card. thank you for sharing.

Julie said...

Sweet bunny card! Love the mix of papers you used, they look great together!

airbornewife said...

oh my.. what a cute card. I really like the papers you used on your card.

thanks for sharing ~ Pam

KarKar said...

So cute!

AllisonG said...

Great card, Barb! I like how you used the other sentiment inside and dressed it up so nicely.

Dawn C. said...

Barb, what a great card! All those different patterned papers look so cute together...I'm always afraid to try that and when I do...I never think it looks good. I love how you decorated the inside with that warm and fuzzy sentiment. Thanks for sharing! What a great organization you are supporting!
Blessings,
Dawn

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