Friday, 13 May 2016

Muse #165, AAA#64 - Thank You

Here's my card for this week's Muse Challenge, where Anita has given us an awesome, shimmery inspiration:

I LOVE that purply colour but didn't have any cardstock in that colour. I also don't have mica powder, so I used a shimmery pink panel and inlaid my dies into them, to get a similar but different effect.

I focused on Anita's
-colour scheme
-floral theme

I used:
-Memory Box Jumbled Thank You
-Papertrey Beautiful Blooms II Part 3 daisy die
-Doodlebug Matte enamel dot.

I am also linking up at AAA Cards, where the challenge is inlaid dies.


Leigh Penner said...

I love how you inlaid the flower and the sentiment! Wonderful card!

Geri said...

I'm back from Winnipeg and the spring yard work is finally now I can get back on track with visiting my bloggie pals!

I love how you improvised and used what you had on hand to create this pretty little number! The shimmery pink panel is awesome. Love the sweet pop of yellow!

Jane said...

WOW! Love the contrast of the white inlaid dies against that hot pink and the pop of yellow finishes it off a treat. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

Maxine D said...

What a stunning card Ardyth - love the dramatic effect of the thank you against plain strong coloured background.

Lynn said...

I love love love those in laid dies. So fabulous Ardyth.

Neets B said...

Love this, the inlaid dies look great with shimmery card and I'm loving the matte enamel dot! xx

Anita in France said...

Bold and bright and smile inducing, Ardyth ... the white inlaying is fabulous against the shimmery background! Hugs & bisous, mon amie, Anita :)

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

Love the contrast of the white on shimmery PINK! That bit of yellow really pops as well. Wonderful CAS card. Thanks so much for linking up and playing along with us at AAA Cards.

Craft-E-Place said...

Vibrant and stylish! Fabulous card.

Magic Flying Boots said...

I love this! Very elegant and CAS. Love the colours!

Jen xx

Lisa said...

Love those inlaid dies, this is delightful Ardyth!!

Lindsey said...

Great way to follow the theme with totally different supplies. Pretty!