Saturday, May 21, 2016

Another One Layer Card

Again I worked with just one layer and did a birthday card using stamps from the Concord & 9th Flourish Stamp Set and the Eat Cake and Celebrate Stamp set. I am enjoying using these images and I used my MISTI for a good portion of the design.  I am entering this in the Mod Squad Blog Challenge for this week.


The base of the card is ivory and using my MISTI I only stamped a portion of the Flourish design on my card. After I added the sentiment then I finished the card by adding a few rhinestones to match some of the colors in the card design.

A very simple card design but with enough color to make it seem cheerful and uplifting.

I have to quit making birthday cards now for awhile and concentrate on other types. I think we got all the graduation ones done for this year too. We had five invites so we were busy. We took in two open houses today.

Well, thanks for stopping by and have a great Sunday.

God bless,
Verna

11 comments:

Barbara Bruder said...

Verna, this is gorgeous.Love how the image shows up on that crisp white CS. Have a wonderful week.

Shona Erlenborn said...

Stunning work Verna! Love the CAS but elegant look!

Olga Moore said...

The coloring of your image makes it POP right out at you! Very nicely done!

Donna Ellis said...

Pretty layering of inks, on this fun card, Verna! Xo

Karen Shirey - Wide Eyed Stamper said...

Verna this card is so pretty! Great colors! for some reason I have a hard time with one layer cards, so am going to copy cat you my friend... *grins

Patti said...

You make one layer cards look so easy! This one is stunning : ) I love the colors you chose.

Patti

Judy Woodland said...

I really love this card. The bright colors are just beautiful, and your design is just wonderful. And then the pretty rhinestones are the perfect final touch!! Great take on the challenge, thanks so much for playing along with us this week over at the Mod Squad!
Judy~ Mod Squad Challenge Host

kittykat3308 said...

Beautiful card. I love the colors that you used

Kathleen

Barbara said...

This is so stunning! I think that it is just the simplicity and the colors that you used. Love it.

Kathy Krug said...

Beautiful example of a CAS card.

Shari M said...

Beautiful card, the flowers pop.

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