Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Simon Says Stamp and Papertrey Ink birthday card


Hello everyone and welcome to the Clean and Simple week over at Addicted to Stamps and More




I'm still juggling hospital appointments and caring for my husband, so I'm afraid this is short and sweet! So here's my card



1) Die cut a circle from some masking paper, remove it and place the remaining paper over a panel of white card, leaving the circle exposed.

2) Ink the circle up with blue ink using a sponge and go heavier around the edge, leaving some highlight in the centre.

3) Stamp the sentiment from Papertrey Ink Sentiment Splits towards the bottom of the panel using Broken China Distress Oxide ink.

4) When all the ink is dry, emboss the panel with the PTI Canvas and Linen Impression Plate to add some texture.

5) Die cut the Sending Sentiment from Simon Says Stamp and glue at the top of the circle.

6) Stamp and Die cut the Papertrey Ink Splits: Merry and Bright image, then cut off the lower half and adhere it under the sentiment.



7) Raise the panel onto the base card with fun foam and add a few red hearts to finish it off.

If you head over to the ATSM blog you will see lots of inspiration from the Team and you can link up your entry there.

I'd like to play along with 




Thanks for stopping by

Hugs
Carol x

12 comments:

  1. the sponging blue soo fantastic on your card
    I have that sending too
    CAS and beautifully made Miss Carol
    see you around teamie
    big hugs
    Monika (ATSM Teamie)

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  2. Well done with making your card with everything else going on. Hope your hubby is soon fit again. :)

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  3. Super card, love its clean fresh look. The icy blues and pure white look sensational alongside this tiny pips of red. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

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  4. I love this card! The design is so eye-catching and I love how you've used the colours! Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Cards!

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  5. Stunning card, I hope your husband is continuing to recover and that you are getting some rest too. Take care x

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  6. This is such a great design Carol, using pink it would be great for a lady and would make a lovely Christmas card design too xx

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  7. Carol this is so pretty and striking. Love the colour choice and so many stylish and classy elements yet totally CAS too. Glad you managed to sneak in a little crafty time in between the hospital visits and hope your husband is on the mend very soon. Thanks for joining us at AAA Cards and HLS CAS challenge this week x

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  8. Crisp and CAS and gorgeous, Carol ... love that soft blue with the pops of red in the hearts! Hope recovery continues well for your DH. Anita :)

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  9. Love the pops of red on this clean design! Thanks for joining us at Paru's Cardmaking Challenge!

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  10. Fabulous card! thanks for joining us at AAA Cards!

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  11. Love the inking, Carol, and how you split the sentiment.

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  12. Love the little hearts. Thank you for sharing with us at AAA Cards.

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Thanks,
Carol x

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