Thursday, November 15, 2012

A Simple Thank-You

Here's a card I made recently that I'm entering in this week's Simon Says Stamp challenge to make a Thanksgiving or Thank-you card. I cut this beautiful fresh daisies die from a white panel, then cut it again from green and lavender cardstock. I embedded the colored portions right into the negative space on the white panel, and added some purple stickles to the base of the flowers. The sentiment was done with an Inkadinkado stamper, and the background was done with a CB swiss dots embossing folder.

Thanks for the visit - I always appreciate your taking the time to spend a few moments with me here :)



Benzi said...

Such a pretty daisy and I love the way you embed the colored flowers/stems. That technique makes it so alive. Beautiful card!

Donna Hanley said...

Oh so pretty Carol. I really like the two rounded corners and the way you embedded your different colors. The polka dot embossing is the perfect backdrop for this delightful presentation. Have a great day.

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Beautiful card! I love how you embedded the colored papers in the negative space of the flowers. It really makes them extra special! Absolutely stunning!

Thanks for sharing with Simon Says Stamp!

jimlynn said...

Another beautiful way to say thanks to someone! Love the rounded corners on here and the way you used that die.

Darnell J Knauss said...

Pinned again. These are both really pure CASilicious, Carol! Oh, sorry, I got a little drool on there.

(Thanks so much for your appreciative comments over to the Playhouse. You make my day!)

Shannon White said...

Wow!! So Sweet,Elegant and Gorgeous all at the same time!! Love this Miss Carol! 8-)


Sue from Oregon said...

Hmmm tricky-a very lovely effect with the embedding!

Loly Borda-Towery said...

So elegant! Gorgeous!TFS

StampTramps said...

Yup, got the daisy die on my list too. They should give you commission.

Mandy said...

Beautiful card Carol, so elegant and I absolutely love the way you have embedded the coloured papers into the negative space, fab idea :)
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp
hugs Mandy xx