Wednesday, 20 August 2014

The Card Concept #17 - Inspired Thanks!

Welcome to the next Card Concept Challenge! This time, we have an inspiration photo:


I chose to focus on one of the pillows. I used a graphic Stampin' Up flower centre and stamped it on the card base and then stamped only half on a die-cut square. I cut several more squares and stacked them up to give some dimension. I finished the card with a Simon Says Stamp sentiment.

Now it's your turn!

Our Rules
  1. Use the Challenge to create a card.
  2. Choose one of the design team "styles" to create your card. Click HERE for the different styles summary.
  3. Explain in your post which style you used.
  4. Link up your blog post here, not your whole blog.
  5. Comment on the card ahead of you and behind you in the linky. Everyone loves comments!
This challenge will end on Monday, September 1 at 3 pm EDT.

14 comments:

Lynn said...

Love the vibrant green.

Bethany Stellpflug said...

A lovely CAS beauty :)

Anita in France said...

Wow, such impact, Ardyth ... gorgeous green and I love the tile ... looks as though you have it backlit! Anita :)

Hannelie said...

AWESOME design Ardyth!

Chriss Blagrave said...

Beautiful Ardyth! Love all of your white space and your "pillow" evokes calm. Great design!

gmanshk said...

love the design. Your cards are always amazing!

Brenda said...

This is a cool card Ardyth! At first I thought the raised card stock was rolled on the one side, but then a closer look told me it wasn't. lol It really tricked my eye at first-old eyes trick easy. I love this card, you take on the inspiration photo is fabulous!! Hugs, Brenda

Deepti said...

Love that dimension!

Yoonsun Hur said...

I love the dimension! Your card is always beautiful!!

Mary Marsh said...

pretty card Ardyth-I like your take on the inspiration photo

Kim S said...

Perfectly CAS!!

Angela said...

I just adore all that fabulous white space and the pop with the blossom, Ardyth!

Jen W. said...

Clean. Crisp. Perfect.

LauraJane:) said...

I adore anything tiny!! Brilliant CAS for this challenge:)