Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Boxed set of Thank You's

I know, I know it's about darn time I finally got around to uploading this set of cards. I hope they are worth the wait!  This is the set that I had made for a co-worker that had given me some great software for my MAC, including PhotoShop ;o)  He is way to much of a wine buff and way out of my league to be giving just any bottle as a thank you.  In my quest for the perfect gift, I remembered first what I do best and second that I actually had a piece of patterned paper with wine labels.... (I would be thrilled beyond belief if anyone could get their hands on some more of this paper)........  My hopes were that he would be able to use these as the perfect thank you cards when he IS presented with a nice bottle of Vino. 

I wish I had taken a photo of the inside of the card.  They were lined with a cream paper but the stamp I used in the lower right hand corner coordinated perfectly.  It stated "cheers to you" with 3 different choices to check. Obviously one of the choices was a thank you.  The set included six cards with matching envelopes.  After I finished the cards, I created the little box to present them in.  The box is from PTI and started off plain white.  I wish I had thought to take photos of the inside of the box too, it was lined and stamped.  The little card with my initials was the gift card where I wrote my sentiments.  

I appologize for being so brief but it is almost midnight and my BFF Michelle leaves at 5am. Hopefully things slow down a bit and I can get busy creating some fun stuff to share. I have so many ideas floating around in my brain and I dare say that it has been 2 weeks since I have even opened up my "studio" aka: the closet. Check back soon to see what ideas I come up with.

1 comment:

Golden said...

Love the box set. The paper is called BoBunny Bella Journee Napa Valley Wine Labels. It is a marvelous paper. I bought some on Collected Memories (30 sheets). I really enjoy your crafts. Also, glad to hear your man is home. I hope all is well. Keep up the wonderful work.