Well happy hello everyone.. today I am challenging your eye site.. LOL I had this idea to add glossy accents to my sentiment that I die cut out and now you can hardly see it. Well you will have to trust me that it looks pretty awesome in person. I can't wait to give this card to someone.
I am linking up for the first time to Where Creativity Meets C9 challenge #12 Anything Goes.
This card was created using...
- Concord and 9th: Hello Lovely Stamp Set
- Concord and 9th: Cuddle & Hugs Die Set
- Colored with Copic Sketch Markers
- May Arts Burlap String
- Ranger: Glossy Accents
Here are a few photos. I hope you can see it... Let me know what you think I would love to hear it. But I have to say for those who still stop by and leave comments. Thank you so MUCH it is so appreciated and I look forward to reading them.
Have a wonderful day.
I believe I can see it and it looks AWESOME!! This is a BEAUTIFUL card, my friend! :)ReplyDelete
What a fun idea and I do see it in the second photo! This is bright and cheerful. The recipient is going to love it Annette!ReplyDelete
I can see it, and I bet it is even more fabulous in person. I want to reach out and touch the puffy hugs. This is a beauty! Thank so much for joining us at Where Creativity Meets C9!ReplyDelete
I can see it Annette and it is pretty awesome, so beautiful! Sending you hugs, I haven't been by in a while. Summer has me chasing my tail!ReplyDelete
This is absolutely stunning Annette, however, Iam sorry to say I cannot read the HUGS sentiment. I can see that something is there but the pic doesn't help. (I find it hard at the best of times to take a good pic. of cards but with it being clear, my old eyes aren't what they used to be. LOL)ReplyDelete
This is so cool!! I can see the hugs sentiment. Love the beautifully colored background also. :)ReplyDelete
This is just so lovely. Love that stamp set, love the die cutting from it. I don't do that often, but when I do, I think I should do it more often. Thanks for joining us at Where Creativity Meets C9!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! That cleverly hidden die cut is one of my favorite techniques. Thanks so much for joining us over at Where Creativity Meets C9!ReplyDelete