Aug 152011

Played in the Clean and Simple Challenge over at Splitcoaststampers.  Today’s challenge was to use a “partial image”.

I used the Nestabilities Labels 10 die as a template for sponging and finished off the edges with a faux stitch.  This helped to better define the sponged shape.

An inside sentiment with the same font worked nicely with the front sentiment even though the two were from different companies.

This particular card is going into my Operation Write Home box.  The pearls are quite small and hopefully not too bulky.

Thanks for dropping by today!  Happy Crafting!!


Stamps: SU Upsy Daisy, Butterfly Prints and Three Little Words; Verve Heartfelt Phrases (inside sentiment)

Papers: PTI Select White

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU Basic Black, Real Red and Brocade Blue

Accessories: Flatback Pearls; Nestabilities Labels 10; SU Butterfly Punch

12 Responses to “Miss You Like Crazy”

  1. Very clever use of your dies. Beautiful card!

  2. Very pretty and the red, white and blue color scheme is subtle. I am a sucker for butterflies. Hope you have a great week.

  3. Beautiful card, Susan! I love how you used the Nestabilities as a mask! And yes, I love butterflies too!

  4. You are such an inspiration! This is beautiful, Susan!

  5. What a pretty way to use the daisy stamp. Your colour scheme is lovely too.

  6. I love how you sponged inside the die-cut, it looks wonderful! And what a fun idea with combining two sentiments from different companies!
    Thank you so much for sharing your card, Susan!

  7. that is so pretty, neat sponging and stamping and love your idea of faux stitching to help define it and give it a bit of framing 🙂

  8. I love the detail the faux stitching adds! A beautiful and perfect card for OWH!

  9. So pretty and cheerful- they will love it! 🙂

  10. Susan – This is a darling card! I LOVE the use of the die as a mask. And the stitching is the perfect addition. Love the red butterflies too. Guess I better case this one too.

  11. Great card for the cause and for the challenge! Cute little butterflies!

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