Monday, October 3, 2011

MOJO209, LFWCD, SSS, WM70: thank you

Hi There!
Sharing a card inspired by the Lawn Fawn Blog. 
Kelly Marie challenged readers to make AND send a thank you card this week. 
This card will be going to one of our many wonderful substitute teachers in our preschool department at church to thank her for her service!


The banner and center flower are raised with a lower/smaller pop dot
and the "thank you" circle is popped with a higher/bigger one. 
I am using dimensional foam on about everything right now.  Love it!




The inside:




I am submitting this card in the following challenges:
Lawn Fawn World Card Making Day: thank you

Mojo Monday #209: sketch
Simon Says Stamp: Anything Goes
Wee Memories #70: my favorite technique (adding dimension)


The sketch: 











Supplies:
Stamps: "Cruisin Through Life" (thank you), Critters in the Burbs (flowers) and Bannerific all by Lawn Fawn
Inks: Distress Black Soot and Memento Cocoa
Papers:  MME Playful Poises
Other: Twine, Glossy Accents (liquid encouragement for my bows to hold still), dimensional foam

Thanks for looking
~Kelly

9 comments:

Kelly R said...

Wow Kelly! This card looks great. I like the banner. Great job!

Karen B. said...

Beautiful mix of patterns and I adore how you've used that banner stamp.

Jennipher Lowery said...

Love your take on the Mojo sketch! That banner is fabulous and a great substitute for the bow. Nicely done.

Lisa said...

This is co cute! Love the sweet banner and your loopy border!

Manda said...

I love this, the banner is so cute!

Marcea said...

Thankyou so much for your gorgeous entry for this weeks Simon Says Stamp Challenge and for helping us get over 1000 entires ......good luck!!!!
xxx

Giovana said...

So pretty!! Thanks for joining us at Wee Memories Challenge.

~kelly marie~ said...

Thank you so much for participating in our World Card Making Day Challenge! We just love your card! The dimension is so perfect and I love how you combined all of those patterned papers together! Perfect!

Laurel said...

What a wonderful mixture of patterned papers! I envy how well you are able to incorporate so many different textures! Thanks so much for joining us at Wee Memories this week!