Monday, July 10, 2017

Have a Wonderful Day.

Hi Everyone!

I hope you all had a great weekend! Ours was quiet and relaxing; but now it's Monday and time to get back to the business at hand, which for today is to share a simple card. I've had stacks of pre-cut patterned paper in a case for ages; and a while back I decided to match up the pattern paper with some card bases so they would be ready for some quick cards I could just throw together in a couple of minutes. This is one of those cards. I layered it as shown and then added the sentiment to the bottom, which is Handwritten Greetings (designed by Kristina Werner) from Simon Says Stamp. I decided to heat emboss it with versa mark and white embossing powder. I ran my anti static tool across the paper, first; but I clearly missed a few spots....oh well

Finally I added some faux white stitching with a gel pen and the ribbon to complete the card. Like I said, super easy and simple card for today. What do you have on hand in order to help you make quick and easy cards? Tell me in the comments, I'd love to know. Also be sure to leave a comment, so I can come visit you! I've been trying really hard to make sure I return comments and I've been seeing some great blogs out there!

Have great day and I'll see you all again tomorrow!

Anything Goes Challenges for today's card.

1. Pammie's Inky Pinkies 
2.  Crafting From the Heart
3. Artistic Inspirations
4. Always Fun Challenges


cotnob said...

This is super card Dori, lovely papers - such a good idea to have papers pre-cut ready to create a quick card.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Wondering Mindfield said...
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Wondering Mindfield said...

I like it, I think is a good layout to use with some of my left over scraps. Very colorful!

Emma Charlotte said...

Thank you very much for sharing the design that is impressive and attractive.
Emma Charlotte |

Pam Tiedtke, or Pammie Lou said...

I love all the colors! It's a happy card! Thanks for sharing it with us at PIP Challenges.

Birdie said...

"Misses" are what makes them cherished in my book; otherwise it would be just another Hallmark. Great use of pattern and colors. Happy you shared on the PIP challenge this week.