Thursday, September 22, 2016

Jeepers Creepers Thanks

 A totally different take on the Jeepers Creepers paper pack.  While I love the bold bright colors in the paper pack.....this soft gray design was calling my name.  I created this monochrome Thanks card with a touch of bling.  Super simple card....with gasp...no stamping!  Just the fabulous Thanks Thin Cut die and a little added bling!  The die is actually part of a set, you get the Thanks die shown as well as a Hello die, both in the same lovely script.  I love them both and I am sure you will be seeing more of them in the near future!


I cut the Thanks die three times in White Daisy cardstock and layered them together to give my card more definition.  You all know I am all about the layers.  Even with the added layers and little bit of bling, my card is still relatively flat to make for easy mailing.

All supplies by Close To My Heart, except where noted:
Z3259 Hello & Thanks Die Set
X7011B Jeepers Creepers Paper Packet
1385 White Daisy Cardstock
Grey Wool Cardstock-Retired
Z553 Glue Pen
Sequins-Unknown
Silver Twine-Unknown

I have entered my card in the following challenges:
Crafting From the Heart-Anything Goes
Deep Ocean Challenge-Anything Goes
Glitter & Sparkle Challenge-Anything Goes
Let's Craft & Create-Spots or Stripes
Our Daily Bread-Dots & Dashes
Through the Craft Room Door-Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

Gertrude said...

Eine tolle edle Karte, liebe Allisa
glg Gertrude

Stampsnob. said...

Crisp and clean very nice
TFS Let's Craft and create
Lis DT

Jonnece Putu said...

Wonderful card. Some times the simplest of card have a great impact as this does. Thanks for joint us at Let's craft and create.

Melanie Gee said...

Pretty card.


Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

Regards,

TTCRD DT

Mel Gee crafts {My Blog}

Through The Craft Room Door

ttcrd.blogspot.com

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a crisp and clean card with a classic design. I love your use of dies and the framing of the sentiment panel. Thanks so much for joining the ODBD challenge!

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...