A simple Thinking of You card

I must confess that this card is pretty much a straight scraplift from here.  Both the background and the sentiment stamps are by Hero Arts.

HeatherM Thinking of You with flourish background

I’m entering this one in the following challenges:
Papertake Weekly “Anything Goes
Clear it Out Challenge “Theme/Stash Anything Goes
Crafts and Me “Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp “Make Your Own Background
Flutter by Wednesday “Any Winged Creature
Crafty Catz “Use 2 or more dies
613 Avenue Create “Anything Goes
Stamping Sensations “Free and Easy

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10 Responses to A simple Thinking of You card

  1. Eret says:

    Happy new Year! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful card with us at Stamping Sensation. It’s wonderful. Love the colors you’ve used. I hope you join us again in our new challenge.
    Eret x

  2. Barbara G. says:

    Fabulous card, the colours are gorgeous. Thanks for playing along with us at Clear it Out Tuesday for the ATG challenge.

  3. Naomi says:

    Lovely CAS card. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Catz this week. Naomi

  4. cheiron says:

    Simly gorgeous Heather. Love the colors. Thanks for playing along witht the Make Your Own Background Challenge this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

  5. ~ginny says:

    Very fresh and clean Heather! I can almost smell the clean air. I like that you stamped the sentiment over the background that way and the simple addition of the very small butterflies and pearls is a very nice touch. Thank you for playing “Anything Goes” at our house!
    ~ginny DT for 613 Ave Create (http://avenue613.blogspot.com/)
    RubberMAD ( )http://ggetty.blogspot.com/)

  6. Janette says:

    Sweet CAS card..
    Thanks for sharing it with us at CraftyCatz this week.x

  7. Brenda says:

    A totally delightful creation and perfect for our theme this month.

    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

  8. NanaConnie says:

    Simple and beautiful, Heather! Terrific stamping on the background and I love the butterflies. Thanks so much for playing along with us at 613 Avenue Create this week. Good luck and I hope we’ll see you again next challenge.
    NanaConnie DT

  9. Jo says:

    How did you do the variation of ink? I love the change of colors.

    Jo Bailey

    Sent from my iPad

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    • imagesbyheatherm says:

      Hi Jo,
      Use two or more colors of ink (I used three). Start with the lightest color first so that you don’t contaminate the lighter colors. Put the lightest color where you want it, overlapping where the next color will be. Then work from light to dark and add colors, overlapping the next area a bit to make sure that you have complete coverage. Since I used the same stamp twice, I cleaned the stamp in between so that I didn’t get the darker ink on my light ink pad.
      Heather

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