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CFC 110 – Thank You

July 18, 2013

It’s another week with CAS-ual Friday Challenge and this time, we’re using numbers! Got some numbers die? Left over number stickers? It’s time to use them!

CFC110

I wanted to make something other than a birthday card, so I made a thank you card instead.

Short Japanese Lesson: In Japanese, “3” could be pronounced as “san” where “9” can be pronounced as “kyu”. Now put “3” and “9” together and you get “san-kyu” which sounds like “thank you”!

So I die cut “39” from some white cardstock and stamped the sentiment from Big Thanks for a fun Japanese wordplay.

San-Kyu (Thank You)

You’ve got 2 weeks to play along with us and the winner will win a $25 gift certificate to CAS-ual Fridays Stamps!

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10 Responses to “CFC 110 – Thank You”

  1. laurafadora Says:

    Thud! san-kyu for being awesome!

  2. Chan Says:

    LOVE that background you stamped! Looks amazing!

  3. Cris G. Says:

    39 for sharing :). It’s a beautiful card with a perfectly stamped banner.

  4. katie brooks Says:

    Love that paper and how the big 39 pops! This is a fab layout!

  5. Barbara M Says:

    San-kyu for the lesson. I loved the card style. The whole 39 thing is so clever!

  6. Julia Aston Says:

    what a great play on ‘numbers’! love the bright plaid banner!

  7. Tasnim Says:

    LOVE the plaid!Great use of numbers and the Japanese interpretation 🙂

  8. Sybrina K Says:

    Love how the white pops off of the bright colors. Great CAS design, paired with a great play on words.

  9. janelle Says:

    Wow! Your card keeps getting better & better… First, love how the white pops. I enjoy your play on language & the lesson 🙂 Then I discover that the banner was stamped… Wow!


  10. I get your work everyday in my inbox, totally blown away every time, but then I forget to comment. so I am playing catch up. Just know that I am looking and ALWAYS loving what you do! the plaid is divine and against the white showcases the stamping fabulousness 🙂


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