Friday, December 9, 2011

Gift Monograms Note Cards Portfolio

Hello crafty friends!  I have a cute project today that makes a great gift!!  It was very easy to make, you don't need your Cricut to make it if you don't have one. Stamps and punches will work just fine.  I did use my Cricut, the carts I used are: Mini Monograms, Flower Shoppe and the Billionaire Lite cart.  If you want to make these portfolios click here for the directions!! I am entering this in the Fantabulous Monday Challenge.

9 comments:

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Brenda these are beautiful. Love the paper you chose and the flowers are really cute. I see some have S- as Linda would say Just sayin!LOL

The Queen (Laura) said...

So cute! I love the colors you have used. They will make great gifts! Great job my friend!

TerriK said...

Beautiful cards, Brenda. I love the colors you chose.

girlia said...

too cute

Beckie said...

Great project! You can make me some...hahaha. New follower ;0)

Thanks for playing at FCCB!!

Be blessed, Beckie

Kate said...

Ohhh, these are so pretty! What a fabulous gift idea! The flowers on the folder are gorgeous and such a lovely embellishment too!
Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fantabulous Cricut!

Kate
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bex said...

Thanks for the message on Cricut Community Board. I had no idea. That made my day;0)

Leanne said...

Hi Brenda! I just wanted to stop by and say how much I enjoyed your comments thru the MCT 12 Days of Christmas! They meant so much to me! I'm so glad your son is home safe and sound and on American soil! I pray for all the soldiers that are still away and I know it's got to be hard on them and their families. As soon as I get finished with this comment I'm becoming a new follower! I would love for you to follow me to (but only if you want hee hee) Have a blessed day! Hugs, Leanne

Leanne said...

Duh, I forgot to add that I love these portfolio's! Love the colors and the monogram letters! I need to try to make some of these up! Hugs, Leanne