Saturday, January 26, 2013

You're Amazing!

I made this card for Heidi, the owner of Simon Says Stamp as a thank-you card, and hopefully she's received it by now. I won this exclusive SSS stamp set and pinpoint die you see here, and I wanted to thank her for her incredible generosity! As usual, I went to work adding different colored bits from the die cut. It's not difficult to do and I personally find that to be a relaxing technique. I also added a SNSS scalloped star border, and some ribbon from Pizzazz Aplenty. I masked the sentiment and layered that with some retired just-rite stamps on the circles, adding some silver ep to the larger circle. The background was embossed with white using a stamp from the set, and for the final touch I added some silver candi dots.

I hope she liked the card, because I sure like the fabulous products she sent to me! Thanks Heidi, you really are amazing :)

Have a great weekend everyone, and thanks for stopping by :)



Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Totally amazing! I am sure she just loved it!

JD said...

Great card, Carol, lots of neat details, and would you believe that I just got finished making a card that reads...You are so amazing? Great minds think alike!
Yes, it's cold!!!and would you believe that my husband goes walking everyday in this cold weather? (for at least 4 to 5 miles a day?)

jimlynn said...

You just can't beat a red, black and white card - and this is so pretty! Love all the stars on here! Great card.

Loly Borda-Towery said...

I'm sure she loved it! And you did a wonderful job with all your new goodies. Now you inspired me to make her one too. Thanks for sharing Carol. Have a blessed weekend.

Di said...

Wow Carol, so much work adding all those little cut pieces - I'm naughty and just sweep mine into the waste paper bin with a few swipes of the hand :(

AND, your darling card arrived yesterday (complete with snippets) - thank you so much!

Hugs, Di xx

Benzi said...

No doubt she loves this card. What a gorgeous way to say thank you. You are the queen of doing those little bits from the die cut. They always look great.