Thursday, April 30, 2009

A Simple Get Well...



Several days ago I started making this card only to find that the standard sized card was going to be WAY too small. So today I decided I should use the left over bits and make another card.

Once again the base is Not Quite Navy, layer with a piece of Very Vanilla embossed with 'Textile' embossing folder. The rectangle panel is some 'Bella Bleu' paper matted with NQN and tied some ivory grosgrain ribbon around it. The main panel is a piece of VV that has been cut using the Label 4 dies (Spellbinders). I embossed the edge and then ran my NQN marker around it (in hindsight, probably not the best thing to do since it seems a little uneven) and grabbed my new 'Thoughts and Prayers' stamp set. The tree has been stamped in Old Olive and the sentiment in NQN. I've become very fond of Very Vanilla, Not Quite Navy and Old Olive together!! I finished off by adding a couple of 'Blush' pearls to the corners.

That's all for today, thanks for visiting!! :)

9 comments:

"Tillymint" said...

I've seen this stamp used a few times and it always looks so nice - a sentiment sits so well under the branches. Love the the layers on your card Kathy.
Sue

Jane Wetzel said...

Love this white on white..the cb with the perfect framed tree and sentiment..Just gorgeous!

Jane said...

Lovely card, love the layout.

Jane :0)
xx

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Beautifully done, Kathy!! Love it!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Beautiful Kathy!! Love the white on white and the texture!!
hugs,
Chris

My lifes inky escape and more said...

This is gorgeous! Such beautiful colors! Sorry I've been missing in action...still holding onto the flu bug :(

My Paper Adventures said...

This is so elegant!! Don't you just love the Spellbinders label die?!

LaurieF said...

Gorgeous, goregous, gorgeous! Love the colors, the layout and the embossed bg.

Hi!.. my name is Brenda aka iowagean said...

Your cards are so beautiful. Love this one too!.. I need to get busy and make some of these cards for my stash..

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