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Saturday, 29 October 2016

It's a BIG BOLD SENTIMENT.

Big Bold Sentiments are all the rage at present
and Maria is hosting at Just Us Girls
for our WILD CARD WEEK!
focusing in on just that.
  

This was an easy card to make - the hardest
part was picking which scrap pieces of colour to use.
My white card base is embossed with
We R memory keepers Geometric
which is very hard to see.
This was then popped with a stitched white
piece of card stock and then popped again
with my sentiments by MFT - Simply Fab Saying
(how perfect for this challenge)
They were heat embossed in white.
Finished touches with some
tiny punched hearts & pearls.
 

Here is a quick card I made with a
big sentiment from Cas-ual Fridays Stamps.


Pop over to Our Blog and see
  lots more BOLD SENTIMENTS.
We'd love to see yours too.
Join us and you could be our Chic of the Week
and go on to be Guest Designer for December.

Thanks for dropping in.

9 comments:

Sue VanDeVusse said...

This is absolutely fabulous and amazing! I love how you did the sentiments on the different colored strips and the little hearts and pearls finish this off beautifully!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Awesome straight, angled stamping. Your placement is very well balanced too!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderful card designs. I love using big bold sentiments myself. Great idea to use up strips of paper too in that way!

Maria Levine said...

Both cards are fantastic! Great use of sentiments as your focal point. I love how you used those strips of paper. Great job.

Nancy said...

You nailed this challenge! Very well stamped and put together! Love it!

Chris Dring said...

Oooh! A two-for post!! Both of your cards are fabulous Ina!

Jaydee said...

Ina, I love both cards! Your first one is the perfect friendship/relative card - I love the horizontal sentiments layered to emphasize the message. Wonderful! Your second card.. I love all of those beautiful flowers.
Thanks for having me along as the GD this month
hugs
jaydee

Bobby said...

Not one card but two. Ina you really know how to focus on a sentiment. I love the strips with different ones on it.

Judy Woodland said...

What an awesomely, splendidly different way to present a sentiment as the focal. This has been pinned. Love your color choices and the way you have slanted the text. Just really, really cool!!!