Cuttlebug Be Inspired 33 - Monograms and a Farewell

Today I am sharing my last Cuttlebug Challenge card with you. I have decided to step down as a designer from the Cuttlebug Challenge blog. This has been a decision that I have been thinking about for a while, and finally I made it, even though it wasn't an easy one.

The truth is that I have been so busy creating cards and projects, that I put my life on hold, my work, my studies, my family and I my mind was focused on what is the next card I have to create. So, something had to give and while I love our challenge blog, the ladies that are on this team and of course Maggie, I decided to remove myself from the team. I can only say, what an honor this has been to work with my team, I am so grateful for that. And a very special thanks to Maggie, who has been amazing to me by showcasing my work everywhere, I so appreciate that!!!! So, Maggie, if you are reading my posts, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart!

I know their journey is fun, and I will miss it, but I just need to refocus on the things that are very important to me in life and right now the most important thing is to find myself through my spiritual psychology studies. I need to read my books, do my homework full hearted, not just in a hurry to get it over with, after all that is why I entered into my school. So today is my last cuttlebug challenge card to share with you. I will still make plenty of cards with Cuttlebug and still excited about the new folders coming out, and can't wait to get them, but I just don't want too many deadlines to loom around me. Well, here is my pretty card for you.

This week our design team received a couple of Elle Studio items, which are totally cute. We were to create monograms, but I guess it just wasn't coming to me, so I made a thank you card for someone who has been so sweet to me. I hope you don't mind. Please make sure you check out Elle Studio, if you are not familar with her site, her labels are the cutest ever and so much fun to work with.

Supplies to create this card:
Elle Studio labels
Cuttlebug: Swiss dots embossing folder
Cardstock: Bazzill
Stamp: Stampin Up
Ink: Stazon
Clip: Making Memories
Punch: Fiskars
Flowers: American Crafts
Pennant shape cut out with my Silhouette (I love my new machine!!!)
bling from my stash

Thank you for visiting my blog and hope you like my card. If you didn't arrive from the Cuttlebug Challenge blog, please hop on over to check out the other ladies cards, they are sure lovely!

Have a lovely and fabulous day!
Much love and hugs,