Seems like forever since I've been able to play along with a CAS-ual Fridays challenge. It's so good to join in the current challenge to make a card featuring three of something that uses only one-third of the card's area.
When I first read the challenge, I thought of three squares/rectangles with "thank you" in three different languages -- a slightly different take on one of my "your thoughtfulness meant the world to me" cards. I originally considered different options for the squares/rectangles -- stenciling, sponging, punches, punched-out negatives, etc. Since most of the cards I make are for Operation Write Home, I tend to layer patterned papers and cardstock -- adding at least a few embellishments.
Then a friend at work gave me some 6 by 6 pads that were headed for a post-craft-room-cleaning garage sale. So, I decided to make this thank you card for Mary Anne. That's when I decided to challenge myself to make an uber-CAS version of this card. I decided to make a one-layer card -- embellished only with 3 tiny brads -- with a completely digital design... aside from those little brads. :)
|3 rectangles with "thank you" in 3 languages in 3 fonts, adorned by 3 tiny brads|
digital design on Bazzill white; SU brads
inside sentiment: Your Thoughtfulness Meant the World to Me
There's still a little time left to link up a card for this month's Words 2 Scrap By Bloom Where You Are Planted challenge. The link closes on May 21, and we'd love to have you join us!
Thanks for stopping and happy scrappin'!