Saturday 19 July 2014

Muse 76 - Thanks!


Here's my take on this week's Muse challenge by Therese.


 I dug out my old Orchid Opulence ink pad so that I could focus on the various shades of purple (I also used Grape Jelly and Lucky Limeade). I used a Simon Says Stamp thanks, and then added in this scripty Lawnfawn die cut inlaid in black.

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14 comments:

  1. The colorful words down the side look great, Ardyth. The scripty die cut really catches the eye - excellent take on the inspiration!

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  2. Love how you take on a card and pick out the best bits and make an even better card, you always WOW me Ardyth!

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  3. Love the look of this one Ardyth! The colors are fab from the inspiration photo, I love the "thanks" going down the side and then the bold black "thanks" inlaid. Yep, I am loving this one! Hugs, Brenda

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  4. Ardyth, you always amaze me with your card creations! Love the alternating colours down the side and the bold thanks.

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  5. Very cool. I always anticipate seeing how you can take an inspiration card/photo and give it that "Ardyth" touch! This is a brilliant take!!! You so rock. Bev

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  6. Just what I'd expect for an Ardyth creation. Fantastic!

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  7. Love the colours! And the design as allways! Enjoy your sunday, Gerrina

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  8. What a very clever take on the gorgeous MUSE card this week. I didn't even think about using anything apart from flowers. Genius!!

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  9. Oooh...Orchid Opulence!! LOVE it! What a great layout you have created with the thanks border in those gorgeous colors - and the bold diecut thanks.

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  10. Using a word as a graphic 'shape', Ardyth ... genius ... perfect! What a gorgeous colour the orchid opulence is ... and such a fantastic name! Anita :)

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  11. Using a word as a graphic 'shape', Ardyth ... genius ... perfect! What a gorgeous colour the orchid opulence is ... and such a fantastic name! Anita :)

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  12. Such a fabulous graphic interpretation of the MUSE card. I like how you made the inspiration entirely your own.

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