I also chose the sentiment because it will go in my stash of cards for Operation Write Home. If you've not heard of this organization, they collect hand-made cards and send to deployed soldiers. The soldiers can then write letters home to their friends and family. As you can imagine, "I miss you" cards are always needed. With both my husband and son in the Army, it's a cause that is near and dear to my heart. If you'd like to get involved, please be sure to read the guidelines so we keep our heroes safe.
Can't wait to see what you all come up with this week.
Until next time,
Saw this on CASE...had to tell you that you aced it. Gorgeous card...love the spatial relationships.ReplyDelete
This card made me gasp when you sent it to me, Becca! Thanks so much for being out guest designer!ReplyDelete
Wow! Just gorgeous Becca! Simple and elegant. Have a great day.ReplyDelete
Oh, Becca--this is a fab take on the sketch! I may very well CASE this and drag out my sewing machine, too! So glad you were our guest designer!ReplyDelete
Very pretty card, Becca. Love the idea of using a doily. Very classy colors here. An all around nice job.ReplyDelete
Love the Kraft cardstock with white. Beautiful Card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful - love the clean, elegance of this wonderful card :)ReplyDelete
Truly beautiful! The sentiment is absolutely perfect with the doily...and the simple color scheme is just right. So glad you could join us as guest designer for CAS(E) this Sketch!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful! I love your take on the sketch!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card, love your doily take on this sketch :)ReplyDelete