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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

retirement....

Hello my fellow crafters. I'm back with a CAS card today. This Friday one of the secretaries is retiring and so I needed a quick card as I have lots of other cards that need doing.



I have received the stencil only a few days ago and was itching to use it. I felt it would be apt for retirement and i could give it a sunset feel representing the end of an era.
So i taped it to the base card (linen effect) and using brushes I started with candied apple, carved pumpkin and squeezed lemonade. I then pulled the remaining ink off stencil with a makeup sponge.
The sentiment is stamped in black archival ink. It is from the word chains by Claritystamp. However retirement is made up from 4 stamps as I didn't have one that retirement. Can you guess which 4? Go on have a guess......

hugs, Theresa xx


I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:

Simply less is more - one layer card: sentiment



22 comments:

  1. Very nice graduating colours xxx

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  2. Fabulous, vibrant and clever take on showcasing the sentiment and a wonder one layer card too. Thanks for sharing at Less is More this week. Sarah x

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  3. A fantastic design for your retirement card Theresa and the colours are wonderful. Very clever to combine stamps to get the sentiment too. x

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  4. Fun card and great way to improvise on the sentiment! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  5. Great colours, and how clever with the sentiment! I'm trying to think if the "Dream, Inspire, Remember" set could make this word. I can't remember the fourth word so not sure if it would give you a "t" to use. I'd love to know what you used! Super card!

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    1. very close! i used the re of remember, the t of strength, ire from inspire, me from awesome and nt from brilliant. a lot of masking involved prior to inking the stamp. xx

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    2. Wow Theresa! That's very impressive! *applause* x

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  6. That stencil is just right for a retirement card and it's really clever how you created the sentiment. I'm sure your work colleague will love it. Karen x

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  7. Hi this is a stunning retirement card. Thank you for joining us at the Unicorn Challenge Blog for Challenge 7 “Clean and Simple” Hugs Jackie (DT)

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  8. What a fun retirement card! Love the colors you used! Thanks for playing along with us at Unicorn Challenges!

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  9. You have reminded me that I still need to get a Candied Apple ink pad, your stencilling is immaculate!
    Super card too!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  10. Love that stencil, such a striking design. And very resourceful with your sentiment too!
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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