Sunday, March 29, 2009

Thank you neighbor!

My neighbor spent most of February at their condo in the Caribbean, and I was keeping an eye on things for know, take in any packages, make sure the trash cans were taken out, keep an eye out for dead animals left by the hawk or the cats who love their yard, turn off the sprinklers when it rained. Normal neighbor stuff. Well, Catherine brought back from the Caribbean this lovely silver hook bracelet, which she gave to me yesterday. She even got the perfect size for my tiny wrist. So today I made her a thank you card (since we went out for a fabulous dinner last night, after which I was too stuffed to scrap). While bloghopping today, I found a new (to me) weekly challenge at Mojo Monday. This is made from the week 78 challenge (tomorrow will be week 80). I made this in standard A2 size, using the CTMH Perfect Day paper pack, Tulip cardstock which was ink distressed with Tulip ink, Colonial White cardstock which was ink distressed with Bamboo ink, and Cocoa cardstock. The stamps used were CTMH Butterfly Wings (March Stamp of the Month) for the flourish, which was second-generation stamped in Juniper ink and Say it in Style (which was a SOTM last year, and I'm hoping that it will be brought back in the Summer Idea Book). I also used CTMH Cocoa ribbon.


Liane said...

Beautiful bracelet, and lovely card. You are so thoughtful!

Sue said...

Love that bracelet! Such a pretty card too.