Sunday, January 3, 2010

A Gift for a Friend

One of my favorite sights is My Pink Stamper. Her real name is Robyn and she is so funny. She does lots of Cricut videos that are so helpful. She also has live feeds. This past week her best friend came to visit and they must have had the best time. You can tell by watching the video here. She is fun to watch even if you don't craft. This weekend they had a challenge to make a craft for a friend. So I made this set of card for my friend Melissa. We use to teach and ride to school together but then she moved. I really miss my rides and our long talks about everything. She is young enough to be my daughter and boy do I wish she was or that my sons would find someone so sweet. Like Robyn she loves pink. So the card set is pink. The set has six cards. Two are birthday, two friendship and two thank you. The stamp set is Holiday Cheer from Stamp TV. I made set following a video and challenge from a while back at Stamp TV. I packaged it in a clear box and tied it with a pink bow.
So what kind of gifts do you make for friends?
Thanks for stopping and have a great Sunday!

7 comments:

Holly said...

Linda, these are really sweet. She will love them!

LeAnne said...

Gosh, these are LOVELY! I will have to check out that blog! Your friend will love these....that BG paper is divine!

Karlee said...

What great cards! Thanks for participating in our challenge!
Karlee & Robyn

coldwaters2 said...

Linda these are just so beautiful those colours are great they are so wonderfully simple yet so elegant and certainly has a designer look to them

Hugs
Lorraine x

Caryl P said...

These cards are beautiful Linda, and don't make me think of snow which is a good thing! I'm a pink person too so your friend is sure to love them. Thanks for the link, I'm goign to check out that blog while I have time....back to school tomorrow hope 2010 gets off to a smooth start for you and the kiddos!

Sarah said...

Gorgeous cards. I LOVE this paper!

Vicki said...

Very very pretty Linda!Love the colors.

HUGS,
Vicki