Sunday, 2 November 2014

OLS11 - Home, Sweet Home!


Here's a quick little card that can work for anybody - boy, girl, old, young, whatever! And it works perfectly for this month's One-Layer Simplicity challenge, hosted by Susan!

I used the little house that I adore from Avery Elle's Hello Friend set, in an 'Up'-inspired scene, with the little balloons lifting the birthday house away from the everyday. I finished it off with a Simon Says Stamp sentiment. I was using my new Ranger Adirondack black ink and you can see from the sentiment that it's pretty juicy and I need to get used to it, but it's really lovely and black!

This challenge runs until the 24th and you can choose any theme you like! I think home can work for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Miss you, Get well, Thinking of you, Birthday, and on and on! Can't wait to see what you come up with!


19 comments:

  1. Absolutely perfect Ardyth.

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  2. I am really loving this card Ardyth! The balloons lifting the house is too cute and of course I love the row of houses too! Hugs, Brenda

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  3. Really cute card Ardyth but I saw the house dropping in to join in the fun! X

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  4. Reminds me of that movie "Up". Very cute. I'll bet Miss D. will be delighted to see these stamps out again! The red balloons are perfect! Love this. Bev (missing all the BABES!!)

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  5. Cute ... and fabulous, Ardyth ... and yet more inspiration! Anita :)

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  6. Love this. So simple and fun.

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  7. This is just too darn cute! What a wonderful birthday card.

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  8. Perfection... very clever!
    =] Michele

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  9. Can anything get any cuter than this? I don't think so!!!

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  10. So stinking cute! Love that pop of red!!

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  11. Utterly adorable! LOVE the movie so much and your re-purposing of the balloons is absolutely perfect for a birthday card!

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  12. That little house is adorable and those little balloons? Squeal-worthy (if I was the squealing type of course!)

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