I was very honoured last week to have this card chosen as one of the Featured Members’ Cards by fellow members at Muse Card Club … I know I’ve already said it in a previous post, but wanted to do so again as this is my first Muse post since… a huge thank you … it really made my day (and week!) 🙂
Sometimes, a set of challenges arrive together at just the right time … and in my brain, that’s what happened today. On Laurie Willison‘s inspiration card for Muse, I love the emphasis on the big bold sentiment, although I struggled to get further with it (I have a very full paper bin to prove it!). That was until I checked out One Layer Wednesday for this week, where the uber talented Susan at Simplicity is the host and has chosen ‘Centred Sentiment’ as the theme … and then I found that the lovely ladies at Less is More have set ‘Spots and Stripes’ for the One Layer Card for March. So, here’s my ultra CAS card for all three …
The big sentiment is computer generated using mainly Century Gothic font with Chaparral Pro Light on the two key words highlighted in bright and mid orange. I scored horizontal lines above and below the sentiment, a row of double vertical lines in the space underneath (stripes) and embossed the space above with Cuttlebug’s Swiss Dots EF (spots). That was it … done!
Hope you’re having a Happy Saturday … thanks so much for coming by, I really appreciate your visits and comments. Anita 🙂