Monday, July 6, 2015

Live Well Laugh Often Love Much

The sentiment on this card is one of my favorites of all time. I decided to frame the sentiment (stamp by Northwoods) with a feather opening created with a QuicKutz die. To see what I did with the feather I cut out, come back tomorrow. I started with a piece of watercolor paper that I sprinkled on sandstone and olive green Brusho Colour Crystals and spritzed with a gold spray from Heidi Swapp. Then I stamped the leaves from Designs by Ryn in black ink. I die cut the feather opening and stamped the "Live Well" in the feather frame. I added a couple gems to complete the card.

I am entering this card in the "Take a Stamp" challenge at Craft Stamper Magazine and the Anything Goes challenge at 613 Avenue Create.


Jacee said...

Such a wonderful design Karen!
hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

kiwimeskreations said...

Your backgrounds add so much depth to your cards Karen - they are amazing!! Love the sentiment showing through the die cut.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderfully done card design. I love the sentiment too.

Linda said...

Clever design .... love the sentiment. Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper challenge ... good luck! Linda xx

Ellie Knol said...

Happy you're with us in the TIMI challenge from the Craft Stamper. Gorgeous project!
xxx Ellie Knol xxx

kReN said...

Hello! I was on Pinterest and saw your cards using a Quickutz Feather Die cut out and then a stamped scene behind it. I was wondering if you recalled the cards that were published in Scrap and Stamp magazine so long ago in 2013. I am searching for that feather die because my husband does photography and I have a special birthday card planned for him. All I have been able to find is a Set of feathers from Quickutz. It’s a 4x4 die. It looks as if you used the largest feather die and if that is the one, I can’t figure out how you were able to die cut just one of the feathers on the card stock without the other feathers cutting as well.
Help! If I had your email, I would send you a photo of the 4x4 Quickutz feather die.