Today's card was created for the latest Send A Smile 4 Kids Challenge. I created my card by layering some fun farm themed patterned papers from the American Crafts Heartland Farm 6x6 paper pad onto my white card base. I then stamped the images from the My Favorite Things Hay There stamp set onto some white Copic-friendly cardstock. I colored them using my alcohol markers and fussy cut them out leaving a small white border around them. I created a scene by die cutting a sloped hill using a Paper Smooches border die and coloring it green to look like grass. I added a few stitched lines along the top edge to help define it more against the patterned paper and adhered it directly to the card. I popped the adorable little images up off of the card using some Stampin' UP foam dimensionals. I stamped the sentiment from the same MFT stamp set, trimmed it down and cut the ends to create a fish-tail banner, and popped it up off of the card using more foam dimensionals. For a finishing touch I rounded the outer edges of the card using my EK Success Corner Chomper. I hope you like this adorable little card and thank you for visiting my blog today!
Welcome to my blog and thank you for visiting! I'm a medical assistant who loves running, hiking, cycling, coffee (sometimes too much coffee), and creating fun things in my spare time. I'm a single mom to two wonderful grown children and Grandma to two beautiful granddaughters! I love sharing my card creations with my friends and the crafting world. To subscribe to my blog please click the "follow" button below or enter your email address in the "follow by email" box to the right.
Sunday, February 5, 2017
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How cute is this!! What a delightful card Celeste!!
oh my goodness!!!!!!!!! those are the PERFECT papers!
This is so cute, Celeste! I just recently found out about this challenge and i think it is a great way to send love to those kids.
The sentiment is too fun! Love this set too!
"Hay" Celeste, This is absolutely adorable! Love, love, love it!
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