I hope your week has got off to a good start. I wanted to pop by with a very simple card that I have made for a few challenges:
I die cut the heart and stamped the bold sentiment from Simon Says Stamps and popped up over some Lawn Fawn Let's Polka paper. A little die cut banner finishes the design. It is very simple but I like all of the white space and fresh aqua!
The challenge over at Muse set by the fab Michele is to accentuate the negative. Her card is fabulous and I was inspired by the die cut heart with the touch of colour. As this card features SSS products I will also enter it in to the SSS Flickr Challenge #10 - spots and dots. All of the white space also means that I will put a further entry in to Virginia's View Challenge - clean slate.
I hope you like my simple card - let me know what you think.
Thanks for stopping by!
Crisp and cool and clear, Sarah ... and what a perfect font for the sentiment! Congratulations on your new DT role at A2Z ... looking forward to seeing your marvellous creations there! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful CAS card, Sarah! Love how you incorporated the dots! So glad you played in the SSS Flickr challenge!ReplyDelete
This is so crisp, clean and lovely. That polka-dotted paper is so fresh and happy. Can you tell me what set that sentiment is from, because I might look at investing in it. Love it!ReplyDelete
clever Muse take and fab colours-like the shape of the card too xReplyDelete
What do I think? I think it is fabulous, Ms. Sarah! Those dots are so pretty! Though I don't see song lyrics, I'm sure "there's a song in [my/your] heart!"ReplyDelete
I really love your take on Michele's Muse card, Sarah! The polka dots are so fun, and I love all the white space! Such a great sentiment, too!ReplyDelete
I love your card and the way you've used negative - the dotted heart in the white, and the white heart on the dots! So glad you joined us at Muse!ReplyDelete
Love the powerful saying!ReplyDelete
I could have sworn I left a comment here before....so sweet, your card - love the polka dots!ReplyDelete
I love your play with words, polka dot and colors...just lovely in every way, Sarah! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “Clean Slate” Challenge!ReplyDelete
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