Today's cards are being entered into the following challenges:
Paper Smooches April #1 Challenge: COLOR STORY (pastel)
Crafting Happiness Challenge #43 Anything Goes - Easter - colors
Dare2B Artzy April Challenge: Pastel Colors
If You Give a Crafter a Cookie Challenge #139
I want to thank all the people on the front line. The doctors and nurses. The firemen and police. All the branches of the military. And all the unsung heroes, who are making sure we can gas up our cars, our vehicles work. Those how are there so we can buy groceries, and do the things that we take for granted everyday.
For today's card, I used my Stamp Perfect Platform and a variety of inks to create this card. I kept the heart in the same spot starting from the yellow ink down to the purple. And moved it up for the orange and the red. The ink I used for the sentiment stamp is one of my favorites. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find a refill bottle for the ink pad. So sadly, when it's gone, it'll be gone.
|Stamps: Paper Smooches In Stitches|
|Paper: CTMH White Daisy|
|Ink: CTMH Nutmeg, Ballerina, Peach, Lilac, Sweet Leaf, Mint, Lemonade|
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Very pretty thank you card. Thank you so much for playing along in our Crafting Happiness Challenge this week. Hope you’ll link up again!ReplyDelete
Crafting Happiness Challenges, Challenge Blog Owner
Pause Dream Enjoy, Personal Craft Blog
Thank you! I had fun playing alongDelete
I am in love with your card!! The message is perfect for all of the people on the front line. Scary times we are living thru. And I love the pastel colors up and down the hearts. Perfect for our anything goes challenge on the If You Give A Crafter A Cookie Challenge Blog! Thanks for joining us.ReplyDelete
Thank you! I had a lot of fun with this challengeDelete