Thursday, November 1, 2012


I have to brag just a bit about my granddaughter...she memorized a huge amount of facts and history about Susan B. Anthony and dressed the part for a skit presented at her school.  I wasn't able to be there in person, but my daughter sent me a video (almost as good as being there).  She did such an amazing job I wanted to send her an "atta girl" card to tell her how proud I am of  her.

I will also be submitting the card for the Paper Players Sketch Challenge hosted by my daughter Nance Leedy of Canopy Crafts.

Okay, that's enough bragging for now.

Now here's the card:


Supplies used:

SU card stock, melon mambo, whisper white and DSP from the Brights pack.
Ink also SU, melon mambo
Sentiment from CAS-ual Fridays Stamps

Hope you leave a comment for me to read, I love hearing from everyone!



Diane - said...

Nancy great card! LOVE that sentiment too, one simple statement can be use for so many occasions. I like how you use stamped on both sides of the banner too.
Arden will be so happy to get her "atta girl" card from Nana.
PS: Too much bragging does not exist for Grammas (Nanas)! Just sayin...

Ann Schach said...

Oh so cute, Nancy! What an awesome CAS card for Nance's sketch. I love this sentiment! The bright DSP is perfect, and makes the card so fun! Way to go to Arden!

Nance Leedy said...

This is darling, Mom! Arden is going to love the colors and the fact that you were thinking about her! I was so proud of her--just did an amazing job. Thank you for playing along with my sketch this week!

H2 :) said...

I love that you made this "atta Girl!" card for your granddaughter, Nancy - that's so sweet - I'm sure she will treasure it! The bright colours are gorgeous on the white & the subtle horizontal banding is cool. Thanks for playing along with The Paper Players. :)

Anne Marie Hile said...

Awww, this is such a great card for your granddaughter! Love the bright colors and the big, bold sentiment. Arden is going to love it! Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)