Thursday, August 1, 2013

Thank You Card For My Bowling Partner

Last Thursday was the last week of our Summer bowling league.  This was a different group than the one I bowled with during the Fall/Winter League.  My friend Joan & I bowled together in these leagues.  We had the secretary/treasurer of the league (her name is Etta) bowl with us during the Summer.  She is a very good bowler and why she agreed to bowl with us I can't explain.  To say that Joan & I aren't accomplished bowlers is an understatement.  We try hard but we haven't established consistency yet.  Some weeks we did outstanding, then the next week would be a disaster.  Thank goodness for handicaps.  Anyway, I thought it would be a good idea to make Etta a thank you card.  This is it.  I hope she liked it.  She didn't get to open it while I was there.


Card Recipe:
A2 Card Base
Background Paper - DCWV Textures & Finishes Paper Stack
Bowling Pins, Ball, & Label are cut files from the Silhouette Cameo Online Store.  I cut these exactly the size they are in the cut file.
Thank You So Much  is from the Cricut Stamping Cartridge.
Color Box Chalk Ink - ink around edges of the label.
Twine

This was an easy card to make.  The most time consuming thing about it was gluing the shapes together but that was fun.  I wish Cricut Craft Room was as stress free to use as the Silhouette Studio software is.  Every time I use CCR & cut a file, the program crashes and I have to shut down CCR, turn my Expression 2 off,  then back on again and start CCR all over again.  If anyone knows of a solution to this problem, please let me know because I have a ton of cartridges I would like to use.  Totally frustrating.  Oh well, enough grumbling.

Thank you so much for stopping by today.  Hope to see you again soon.  God Bless You!!!  Peggy
 
 

2 comments:

  1. Very cute card, Peggy.
    I can't help with a solution. Right now CCR, my Gypsy and E2 all ignore each other.

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