Friday, October 18, 2013

Distance Has No Meaning...

Hello everyone! I'm sharing one of the last cards I made up for Operation Write Home with my Unity Stamps today.

 I colored the sentiment and image using my Distress Markers and coloring the stamp itself. Especially an image like this, it's so easy! The texture is from my stamping it on a linen cardstock and I love the result.

Speaking of Operation Write Home, today was to be the day I announced the winner of the giveaway. Just one problem - there were no entries. Not a one. So, the short answer is that there is no winner. The longer answer is that I'm giving up on hosting contests for the foreseeable future. Either my promotion skills are severely lacking or I simply do not have a large enough audience or my giveaways are terrible and no one has mentioned it to me. Anyway you look at it, they are almost always a bust and I'm taking the hint.

As for Operation Write Home, I'll be sending in a nice bundle of cards to them, including many of the ones I've made for blog hops.

I'm linking up to the weekly Unity FWF today!

Enjoy the weekend! I'll be having a crafty one with my friend Rachel from Sheepish Shenanigans. :)

Happy Crafting!

11 comments:

  1. Love your card! Such a great effect!

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  2. I like the stamping on the linen cardstock...what a lovely effect.

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  3. Love the look you get from stamped on textured cardstock. Lovely card for a great cause.

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  4. Great card for a fabulous cause! They Will love it

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  5. I love the texture you got stamping on the textured cardstock. Very nice!

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  6. I think the biggest problem, Jen, is that people don't like to read. They skim and move on. I read! lol..... Good for you for sending to OWH. I did that all last year, and it is a great cause.

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  7. Your card is just beautiful! I love that flag heart image :)

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  8. Wonderful card for a wonderful cause!

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  9. What a great card! Love the texture of the cardstock and the way you coloured the main image.

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