Clean and Simple Work of Art

This might be the cleanest card I’ve every made.  In fact, maybe I should have called it white on white with a splash or pop of color. Last night as I was creating, the idea of white on white with minimal color intrigued me.  It was a definite zig from where I originally intended to go.

Work of Art and Hello You Thinlits Clean and Simple card from

I started with a Whisper White base and added a Whisper White layer.

After stamping with Melon Mambo, I cut “happy” using the Hello You Thinlits.

Work of Art and Hello You Thinlits Clean and Simple card from

Using and Aqua Painter, I extended the ink splash by pulling some of the color up the card with my wet brush.

I cut four “happy” and stacked them with the stamped “happy” on the top.  Having been careful to save the pieces that fit inside the letters, I positioned the stamped pieces back inside the letters.  Stacking the die cuts gave the card a little dimension and interest.

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It’s time for me to dash.  Flowers have been delivered, dance drop off has happened but, there’s still the Cherry Blossom Festival this afternoon followed by the Jazz Festival and then a cello performance to run to in the middle of the evening.  Have a great day!

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