Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Muse 64 - Thanks!


Here's my card for this week's Muse challenge, where our inspiration is Marion's fun, sunny card:



I used an old Papertrey flower die  for the flower and a new Paper Smooches thanks die to represent all the texture on the white background. Very simple, but I love the bold, bright pop of colours!

I hope you'll get the chance to play along with us this week  - the deadline is Monday at 8 am. You can then vote for your favourites until Tuesday at 8 and results will be posted Tuesday at noon. Can't wait to see you there!

16 comments:

Hannelie said...

Lovely!
Fresh and vibrant. beautifully executed!

Lynn said...

I love the gorgeous inlaid dies Ardyth. Beautiful and oh so cheery.

Sheila H said...

I love the way you matted the the big flower - it really pops. The die cut is cool :)

Jen W. said...

Love the inlaid die cuts and the super cheeriness of your card!

cm said...

Oh my, Ardyth, I've fallen behind in commenting, but NOT in gazing and admiring all of your cards over the past few days. This one: cheery, fresh, fun (love that center sparklie), and the one before - the wee garden - sheer delight!
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Deepti said...

Love the perfect execution of the inlaid die cuts :) awesome take on the Muse

Anita in France said...

Delicious, Ardyth ... love how you have the thanks partly in- and partly out-laid! Looks brilliant! Anita :)

Tracey McNeely said...

Gorgeous inlaid die cutting!

Happy Dance said...

Now you've made me want to try another technique! This is just wonderful, Ardyth!! Love the bold colors, but the inlays are the bomb! Love this. Bev

Linda said...

Love the look of inlaid dies. I've made a couple of cards with them recently.
This is just so pretty.

Bobby said...

Great card with the inlaid dies.

Virginia Lu said...

SUPERB!! Love this so much, Ardyth. (I have yet to try the inlaid technique!!)

Joyce said...

So pretty, and everything works so well. Love how you inlaid the sentiment die.

Janet a.k.a. swanlady21 said...

Love your inlays. Great CAS take.

Geri said...

Diecuts really do kick Silhouette when it comes to doing the inlaid thing! Love the placement of the sentiment! Clean & simple gorgeousness!

Sandi said...

This is beautifully designed!