My Favorite Things-Monogram Cards-LSC201

Today’s SCS Limited Supply Challenge was to use one of our favorite stamps sets, colors and favorite accessories in our creations.  I spent the last couple of weeks before Christmas making monogram card sets for my nieces and favorite aunt and this morning decided to play in the challenge and make a set for me.   My favorite stamp set changes almost every day, but I just can’t get enough of this monogram set from JustRite. They had a super two for one special just before the holidays, so I bought myself an early Christmas present and sent one to my dear friend Lisa as her gift.  lsc201-my-favorite-things-007

Here’s one card from the set I made this morning, plus a photo of the seven sets I made for gifts.  I made two scripture boxes for each set of eight cards  (for top and bottom) and the girls just loved them.  Amber said hers were too pretty to send!

The supplies are very basic:  JustRite Special Occasions stamper, Various DSP and cardstock colors, Cuttlebug Dotted Swiss EF, Scallop Circle Punch, Circle Punch and Wal-Mart/SU! Ribbons and Sticky tape.

The box is super easy to make and I will post the instructions soon.

I hope your week has been great and Happy New Year to all!            Many blessings,    Diane
















4 thoughts on “My Favorite Things-Monogram Cards-LSC201

  1. Diane,

    These sets are so beautiful. I have been thinking about getting a set from just-rite -your note cards may just push me to it.
    I noticed in your bio that you have recently retired after 34 years in the workforce. Myself included, I worked for Verizon (34 years) -and I couldn’t be happier being retired. Thanks for all the inspiration

  2. These sets are absolutely beautiful. I have a couple of the Justrite set and I love them. I’ve been wanting to make some gift set and you’ve definitely inspired me with these. Thanks for sharing them.

  3. How beautiful. What a wonderful gift. I have 2 of the JustRite sets and now have been inspired to use them. Would love to have directions for the box when you get to it.
    Thanks for sharing your talents.

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