Here's this week's MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge #451.
And here's my take on it, rotating the sketch 90° clockwise.
I cut four rectangles from white card stock then cut the acronym for "Thank You
Very Much" from each one. After ink distressing each letter, they were popped back
into their respective space. They were adhered to a Grout Gray card base and the
second part of the sentiment was added beneath. Enamel dots finished off the card.
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Very sweet design!!ReplyDelete
Great card design, Donna. I'm sure I'll be adapting this for lots of card messages... like "tfs"! tfs :)ReplyDelete
The way the colors fade out is so pretty, Donna! You ARE the Queen of ink-distressing. The matching enamel dots are a wonderful and fun finishing touch!ReplyDelete