Sunday, June 15, 2014

CAS One layer thanks

Hi everyone! The challenge over at Less is More is to make a one layer card that goes off the edge. Well, here is what I did with it!

I just got the new Power Poppy set called Play Ball and just had to play with the baseball stitches. They are stamped in wild cherry pigment ink. I used the thanks sentiment that is included in the set and stamped it in blue from Colorbox.

I also had to dirty up the ball with a little bit of distressing in the right hand corner. I don't know about you, but our softballs and baseballs had dirt and marks all over them growing up. Nothing like the sound of a wooden bat as it cracked the ball.

I'm also entering this into the Paper Players 200 celebration challenge and chose to do a one layer card, which was challenge #142.

Thanks for stopping by!

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11 comments:

Lynne said...

What a brilliant idea,love this card.
Lynne xxx

Tammy said...

Super cute and very clever! Love its simplicity!

Donna said...

Great card, I know a lot of men that would love this!

Anne said...

Laurie what a fun card, I can see this stamp will be very useful for all kinds of creations!
Thanks so much for joining us again this week at Less is More
Anne
LIM Designer

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Simply ingenious Laurie
Perfectly off the edge and perfectly CAS too
Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
Less is More

Glittered Paws said...

Love It - and so simple - love the "dirty up a bit" very cool.

Chrissie said...

That's a great stamp Laurie, the stitching looks so realistic!
Super card.
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Linda said...

Such a clever idea ... so CAS and a perfect off the edge design.
Linda xx
LIM Guest Designer

LeAnne said...

Very, very clever! I know some guys who would love this simple card! Thanks for sharing this with us at our Paper Player's 200th Challenge!

Jaydee said...

What a great take on the challenge. I love the baseball feel! So glad you joined us at the Paper Players for our 200th challenge
Jaydee

Darnell J Knauss said...

There is only one word that will suffice for this card, Laurie: GENIUS!! Hugs, Darnell