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Anything Goes for a 60th Birthday

……or a challenge with a Design Team call!

That’s right. The challenge is at Watercooler Wednesday

It’s an anything goes challenge…..how fun!!! And, they are looking for new team members. Mmm. I really like the sounds of that!

Two projects were needed. Ok. I made two. Sort of.

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This is a nice, simple, little…..

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Note card folio filled with four fabulous cards! How cool is this?

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And, here is the spread of cards. Yes, they all fit too. Even with a few dimensionals!

I made this for a co-worker gift to be re-gifted. Each card is for a different occasion.

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A Happy Hello, and the other card sentiments are from the Tin of cards stamp set, embossed for extra impact.

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A simple design, repeated.

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I used the note card set and the In Color Envelope Paper.

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The Metallic Foil Doilies accent the sentiments. But, the Real Red circle gives the cards that punch. These are gender neutral too, you think?

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Now, this is the inside of the emptied card holder. The pockets are nice for a personal note or even stamps!

I will admit, this is not my original idea for the note card holder folio. It came from pattystamps. She has a great tutorial too.

Janice, my co-worker will just love this gift! I’ve made her several other things and I’ve got her interest in paper crafting. After this gift, I’ll see here at my next class. Happy Birthday, Janice! It’s a special one!

I hope these projects have got your interest. I’d love to read what you think!

Happy Stampin’
Libby

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4 thoughts on “Anything Goes for a 60th Birthday

  1. Hi Libby, what a lovely pair of projects you’ve created! I love the idea of a set of cards which are good for an assortment of occasions. What a great gift for your co-worker! Combining the Number of Years bundle with the Tin of Cards set works beautifully for this gift set. That’s a well designed card holder as well. Great colours. Thanks so much for joining us this week for our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge.

  2. Thanks Libby for sharing your wonderful project with this weeks Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. You made Anything Goes really look good.
    Wonderful contrast with the pop of red and gold against the softer tones of Tip Top Taupe. When I got the Number of Years set I wasn’t sure how I felt about the Look Who’s Turning…sentiment since it sounded more like something for kids. Your elegant design definitely makes it work for adults as well. Thanks for sharing your talents.

    • Thanks for your wonderful comments! It made my day. The lady I gave this too – we were all floored she was turning 60! She does not look nor act this age! So this was a perfect sentiment for her!!

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