Thursday, 2 January 2014

Thank You!


Have you heard of the new One-Layer Simplicity Challenge? It's the "upgrade" to One-Layer Wednesday and I know you'll love it! Head over for some more details and to see the first monthly challenge - Stocking Up.

I am always short of thank you cards, but this one is definitely not a one-layer card, so this card is not for the OLS challenge. It started as one, but I found it hard to get the placement of the sentiment/image combination in the right spot on the card front, so I ended up cutting it out and adding it to a white cardbase.

I used a Paper Sushi sentiment, a Hero Arts heart and 4 little dots of stickles for some sparkle.

13 comments:

Joyce said...

This is a fabulous thank you card. Definitely CAS, even if it is not one layer. I love that whimsical purple heart.

Kelly Griglione said...

Love this combination of sentiment and image! So very modern.

Sheila H said...

The heart is beautiful - love the color. Stamping over the heart really highlights the sentiment.

cm said...

So pretty! Love the heart...swoon!
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Deepti said...

very modern and effective :)

Lynn said...

I love that heart Ardyth. Fabulous design.

Happy Dance said...

*Sigh* I love this card. I love that heart and in a gorgeous pink too. I popped over and took a peek at Paper Sushi stamps too. This is an awesome font...on an awesome card. Bev

Bobby said...

You always know the right sentiment and font to use with the best stamp. You have a genuine knack, Ardyth. I wish you could bottle it.

Kim Heggins said...

Fabulous thank you card...love that heart...so pretty!

Barb Ghig said...

Beautiful card, Ardyth...Love that you chose a bright, fun color for your heart!
Thanks for the link to the challenge!

Geri said...

This combination of the two bold images totally works with a mat, especially wuth the pop of black! Bright & bold! Fabulously clean & simple. Love it!

mypapercraftworld said...

The sketchiness of the heart and sentiment are fabulous, Ardyth ... as are the colours ... perfect with the black border! Anita :)

Bethany Stellpflug said...

This is lovely! I love the pink heart behind the sentiment.