Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Cuttlebug Spot Tuesday

Thanks for checking back with us. We are now going to post on Tuesdays. I hope you had a wonderful Halloween! I did. All those little kiddies in their costumes were so cute. We had about 16 kids stop by our house. Jon and I had my parents over for dinner and candy handing out. They don't get any kids at their house, and I know they like to see what the kids are wearing.

For this Thanksgiving invitation, I thought I'd do a easel card.

This die really lends itself to and easel card.

Isn't that Emily's Bouquet just beautiful. I don't use it enough. You could use this design for almost any invitation. I places a turkey in the pocket but, imagine placing a die-cut flower in the pocket or a baby rattle. It can be for any occasion.

Cuttlebug Embossing folder—Tapestry, Retro Circles and Emily's Bouquet
Dies—Slice Turkey and Label 1 from Nestibilities
Ribbon—Stripe, May Arts
Stamps—Sentiment Papertrey Ink
Paper—Core 'Dinations
Ink—Distress Ink (tea)
Other— ScorTape

Don't forget to stop by The Cuttlebug Spot Blog and play along with the DT.


  1. This ia such a great idea for an invite. People can display it properly instead of sticking it on the fridge! love it! xx

  2. Beautiful fall colors to accent your invitation. Love the embossing and the easel makes it special!

  3. love the embossing too. fab invite! :)

  4. Soo pretty jennifer! Love the design and all of the embossing folders you used. xxD

  5. Beautiful card Jenn, love the design and the colors. Awesome take on this weeks challenge D/T sister.

    Hugz, xx


  6. Hi Jennifer, Just love your use of colour on this project, ones I would probebly be afraid to use myself. Thanks for the inspo.. Andy.

  7. Beautiful invite, I love the rich colors and a great idea to make it an easel card.

  8. Lovely invite...love the little turkey!
    Helen x


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