Sunday, March 12, 2017

Green Card

Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog today to see the card I have to share.  I am so happy that you are taking the time to be here.


This card is very straightforward with the stamping. I stamped the white panel with green ink.  Then I die cut it into two pieces and popped the first one up with a thin piece of fun foam.  I was hesitant to try this, but I have found that it is a touch thinner than dimensional tape and is still easily mailed with one stamp.


"Take Good Care" is a sentiment I have can use for several types of notes I need to send, like the 50's song, "Take Good Care of my Baby," to Get well or Sympathy.  I find myself reaching for this sentiment often. (Plus I like the mix of type and script.)

Supplies: Power Poppy Simply Camellias, Gina K Applemint ink and cardstock, Versafine Black ink, Avery Elle Wonky Stitched dies, American Crafts Ribbon, Spellbinders Foliage dies.

I would love to play along in these challenges:
ModSquad challenge - Song Inspiration
Power Poppy Let's Go Green
Cards in Envy - Simple

12 comments:

  1. Oh, I love your card. You added dimension when you popped up the panel The simple leaves and ribbon with the sentiment on the tag make is awesome. Thanks for joining my challenge the week at the Mod Squad. Good luck!
    Barbara DT member

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  2. This is so pretty in that soft shade of green, and I love the sentiment tag. I never knew you could use fun foam as a dimensional - I learn something every day!

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  3. That is absolutely gorgeous, I have yet to try this technique, I love the look!! pretty green's!

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  4. Hi Heidi, A gorgeous green card love all the flowers and using the nesting rectangles makes it look a little like triple time stamping, what a great idea to use fun foam instead of tape, I'm using foam mounting tape and I go through quite a lot, I'll have to give it a try. I've also used slightly squashed corrugated cardboard from packaging instead. Have a wonderful week... Megan

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  5. Wonderful card. I like how you popped the centre up. All that green looks so great.

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  6. I love greens so this card makes me very happy. It is such a happy green and that sentiment is awesome. I can see why it is a go-to one for you.

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  7. LOVE that fresh green Heidi! Great design! Have a great week my friend! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  8. Yes I love the sentiment too and the mix of fonts. Pretty card and good idea to use the fun foam to keep the postage down x

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  9. Oh my Heidi, this is sleek and fresh and wow, I love it.

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  10. Love the simple green of this gorgeous card! The layers and elements are wonderful. Thank you for sharing with us at Cards in Envy.

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  11. so pretty!!! LOVE the green and layers!!! thanks for playing with Cards In Envy!!!!

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  12. Darling! Oh I adore the flowers in green and the stitching look is perfect. Charming little card. Thanks for playing in our Power and Spark challenge this month.

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