Monday, 20 May 2013

OLW140 - Border Card


This week's One Layer Wednesday challenge is hosted by Heather. The challenge is to stamp on the border of your one-layer card. In honour of Heather (the Queen of Sponging), I stamped, masked and sponged.

You may notice that this long Papertrey sentiment seems to have worked out perfectly. (If you look at the end of the each line of text and the beginning of the next, you'll see that they match up). One of you will think that I planned this. I wish I could say that I did. Or maybe I just have a super-subconscious mind that can do amazing things even when I'm not thinking about it. But I only noticed it after I uploaded the photo to the blog, so I'm pretty sure it was just plain luck! That's ok, I'll take it!


17 comments:

The Crafty Laydee said...

What a lovely clean design-but very striking,love how you have made this :)
Nessa xx

Craftilicious said...

I have lots of "favourites" amongst your cards but this is going to have to be another - simply perfect design. Would make great card sets.
Tara
x

Lynn said...

Oh goodness...the inking is so simple yet so bold at the same time. I love it Ardyth!

Maudieroff Roffey said...

Hi Ardyth - lovely card - thanks for stopping by and becoming a follower - so excited to now have 10... LOL cheers...Mxx

Tanis Scott said...

Fantastic, love your rainbow sponging!

mypapercraftworld said...

Simple and perfect, Ardyth ... that super-subconscious is working overtime here on this rainbow delight! Anita :)

Bobby said...

Only you can make something so simple look so wonderful.

Deborah Frings said...

Great card - so you! I do like the rainbow borders!

Gabby said...

CUTE card! Sometimes your comments are so funny! Laughed at your "lined up" story. We think that you do amazing things all the time. You do read your comments right? Hee! :)

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fun stamping said...

Real pretty Ardyth card!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Fabulous! This is so lovely with those bright colors~

Heather T said...

This is classic Ardyth; your lines are clean and even, your words perfectly positioned and your colours bright and cheery on your white background. Love it!

Bonnie said...

I'm sitting here in awe of the straight lines to say nothing about the words matching up! I shudder to imagine how full my trash bin would be if I tried that! Great card, Ardyth!

Kim Heggins said...

Wow, another amazing card Ardyth. You are so stinking creative.

Geri said...

Good to be lucky, and lucky to be good!

Either way, this card is so perfectly executed that there is only one person that I know that can accidentally make it perfect...and that would be you! Beautiful sponging and flawless stamping. Something we all have become so familiar with from your projects and are so fortunate that you share them with us!

Anonymous said...

Yes! Yes! Ditto what Geri said.......again. :-)

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