Wednesday, November 28, 2012

TSOT94 Thank You


I needed a quick thank-you card and when I saw the Try Stampin’ on Tuesday sketch this week, I knew it was a keeper for me---THREE panels, yippee! Here’s the sketch:

Of course, I didn’t double-check the sketch and messed up the sentiment placement, but I still love the layout and the card, so I am going forward!  This is actually a notecard, which measures 3 1/2” x 5”, so the 1 1/4” punch worked perfectly for my monochromatic images from Countryside:


I stamped them in Riding Hood Red, then embossed a Very Vanilla piece on which to mount them, and adhered the whole shebang to a Very Vanilla notecard.  I added some Real Red taffeta ribbon and a little thank you tag from Tiny Tags:


I love that these images are detailed enough to stand alone, without being colored, and that even though the whole image isn’t featured on each square, they still capture that country, farm-fresh feeling!  Thanks for visiting today!!!

Building them up, knocking them down!





Tracey McNeely said...

Your card is so awesome, love the country vibe and love your new blog look.

Zhenya and Nika Aksutin said...

I Like red color for this card! love from Russia, Nika

Robin said...

love the card, I have that stamp set and have never thought to use the 3 images in that way ..thanks for sharing

dpkennedy said...

Hi LeAnne! Country cuteness this is! Sweet card!

Jenn said...

Haha, knew I would get you with this sketch:) LOVE, LOVE,LOVE this card! Every last detail, and the tag is perfect for the sentiment. Gorgeous CAS,and fabulous card.
So glad you could join us at Try Stampin on Tuesday.

Sherry Eckblad said...

Great card and I do that thing with the sentiment all the time with sketches. I leap way too fast when I should slow down and look at the sketch a second or even third time.

Bonnie said...

I love these images in red and white and that little tag!

Nancy Seed said...

Great job on your card. Don't worry about the sentiment its all in how you see the sketch that counts. This would make an idea all round card including that of a masculine card. Thanks for sharing your talent with us this week at Try Stampin on Tuesday.

CherylAnn Robinson said...

I love the red and white scheme of this card. Such a great "country" feel to it. Thanks for playing at Try Stampin'.