Tuesday, August 7, 2012

May Arts/OCL Special Delivery!


I asked my husband what he thought of this card and he said something about a lighthouse?  Ummm...don't you see parcels, boxes, airmail letters?  LOL!  Makes me think of all those love letters I wrote and mailed to him while he was deployed back in the days before email...when it took about a month for them to get to the ship!

Here I'm using May Arts twisted burlap, which comes in several thicknesses and styles!  It's paired with a sentiment from my friend Kendra's new OCL set, Everyday Sentiments.

If you haven't already, check out the OCL blog and the info on prizes!  Here's more inspiration!

16 comments:

  1. Sorry, Deb...but your hubby is crazy! I totally can see a bundle of mail. I love the softness to your card...very pretty!

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  2. I agree with you--reminds me of mail--great card!

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  3. Wow I don't know what the best part of this card is! Everything about it looks like a special delivery. Too cute! LOL leave it to a guy to see something completely unrelated...

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  4. Men, they just don't get it. I love it and yes I think it postal too. It's very cleaver.

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  5. what a fab card perfect for a man....hugs sassyx

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  6. Fabulous card for the guys in our life. I don't see a lighthouse, but I agree that it looks like it could be a bundle of mail. Love it!

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  7. Another amazing card! Love the soft colors and those great star brads!

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  8. Another GREAT card!!!! I love all the natural fibers...burlap, jute, etc. I have enough of that stuff for the entire state of Arizona!!! LOL! Yep...I like it alright ;)

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  9. What a great card! Very versatile for most occasions and I love the clean lines of the card

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  10. The stripes are perfect for this sort of card. I love the twine, too!!!

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  11. Really like the stripes on the card.

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  12. Not sure what card your hubby was looking at. . . Lol! I love the use of the May Arts twisted burlap with the stripes and the airmail "feel" of this card. It is lovely in its simplicity. Thanks for the inspiration!

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