Saturday, 30 March 2013

Simply Good Luck!


A quick post from me this morning.




 A simple good luck card as requested by my daughter.




A shame I didn't check it fitted in to my envelope correctly but a problem quickly solved and a rather glam envelope made with double sided paper saves the day!



I'm using this card for the following challenges:-
LIM, Scallops,
CIC71, Anything goes.

Thanks for stopping by,
Julie.x

18 comments:

brenda said...

Beautifully elegant and understated Julie.

Hope you have a lovely Easter.

B x

Margaret said...

Absolutely gorgeous Julie
Margaret x

Kathyk said...

Super card, very elegant - love the envelope too

Happy Easter

Kathyk

Gillian said...

Such a lovely elegant card

Loli said...

Hola Julie, perfect CAS card, and the envelope is amazing, fantastic job for your daughter.
Hugs from the windy island

Monica said...

How simple and very elegant... and the envelope is CLASSY.

Chrissie said...

What a stunning card, I love it... and the envelope looks amazing!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Chris said...

Fabulous, Julie! CAS and very classy! Superb envelope too! - will make it a very exciting card to receive in the mail! Have a lovely Easter, enjoy your break!
Chris
x

Lisa Jane said...

simply elegant .. the card and the envelope!
Lisa x

Susan said...

Super CAS card...love the clean lines and making a matching envelope...too cool!

Kathleen said...

Great LIM card#
Kath x

Mary J said...

I love this, Julie - gorgeous hammered cardstock and love the pattered envelope to match!

Linda Anderson said...

Simply perfect! I see a CASE coming on in my future!! Thanks for joining us for our anything goes Clearly Inspired Challenge.

Linda

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Linda R said...

Simple and sweet... LOVE the stitching..

Happy Easter.

Hugs~

Jen said...

simply stunning julie

Thanks for joining us this week
Jen
"Less Is More"

Viv said...

Lovely card and envelope too, fabulous Julie :) Viv xx

Michelle said...

Congratulations on the Less is More Scallop Challenge :)
Love
Michelle x