Monday, March 15, 2010

Get Well Wishes........SSC142....


Selene Kempton posted an interesting sketch this week at Stamping 411 so when I needed a get well card I thought I would give it a try. I took her advice and checked out my scrap pile - lots of kraft hanging around from my PPA card this week. Perfect for a masculine card! But it was like putting together a jigsaw puzzle until I saw those helpful measurements from Gretchen Barron. When the good Lord handed out patience he skipped me and definitely gave my share to Gretchen - I do appreciate her helpful hints. I added some Soft Suede for a bit of contrast and the card was ready to mail!

12 comments:

Kim said...

Love all the details Linda - piercing, layers, embossed dots... really great card!!

Kris Kilcoyne said...

Stunning card ... love the details.

Carla Bazhenow said...

Your details are awesome!!! Love this card so much. I just sorted all my scraps last night, by color and then if textured or not... whew. It wasn't too long ago that I didn't own any SU paper. lol

Library Barb said...

Very crisp and whimsy. I like. And I have an inspiration for you: yellow daffodils :)

Patti Chesky said...

It's all the little things on this card that make it just a fabulous card. Love this!!! Thanks for playing along with the Stamping 411.

Ann Schach said...

So much happening with this card, Linda! I love the texture and the paper piercing! great job!

Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said...

This is so adorable and sweet and clean and crisp...need I go on? It's a winner for sure!! Thanks for sharing it with us.

Robin Merriman said...

Crisp, clean and a great way to use that dsp! Thanks for playing along this week!

Tiffany Bauer said...

What an awesome CAS card and if this one is ready to mail you could send it to me!!! I would be one happy lady!!! Great job using our sketch and thanks for playing along with us over at Stamping 411!!

Corie said...

This is beautiful -- great job on the sketch!!!

Connie Babbert said...

Very cute...great way to use that DSP! Thanks for playing along with the sketch challenge this week!

Selene Kempton said...

This is great.. I love how the colors are on the masculine side (something I always struggle with). Thank you so much for playing along