...how are ya? I'm doin' pretty well - the vacay (which was actually a volleyball tournament, but I counted it as a vacation because it was so fun) went really well, the computer is fixed (it broke down again on Thursday), and I'm in the middle of a pretty, shabby card now. :)
Right now though, I have a very clean and simple card to share with you.

Using Tiff's sketch - I was looking for some mojo, and found it (temporarily) in her awesome sketch! Thanks for the inspiration, Tiffany! Too bad white cards are so hard to get good photographs of. :(
The flower was cut out from some old Crate paper, and the sentiment...ah, that sweet sentiment. Comes from my very first Hero Arts set, so I'm very...well, sentimental about it. ;)

Hm....I think that's pretty much it for today. :)
Hope you have a blessed weekend!

Card recipe
Cardstock: LSS
Patterned paper: Crate Paper
Stamp: Hero Arts "Tree, Birds and Messages"
Ink: Walnut Stain by Ranger
Other: string HERE

Tools: trimmer, scissors, MS punch, Glossy Accents


  1. Cute card Clare! I love the white twine to add a ton of texture ;)
    Hugs, Ruth S

  2. What an adorable card!!! I love how you wrapped the twine and put the tiny butterflies on it!! So perfect!!

  3. I really love this! The twine is so cool, and I love all the white with just a few pops of color!!

  4. such a beautiful card, Clare! love the simplicity! YUM! =)

  5. gorgeous card Clare. You are really talented.

  6. I'm really liking the twine with the butterflies! I also like the embellished flowers...what a great card!

  7. Beautiful and graceful, love that flower with all the pearls gracing the entire circle!

  8. I love this CAS look and the twisted string is AWESOME! Hey, I saw some of your cards in CARDS today--I love your work!

  9. Love the simplicity of this card and how your criss-cross the twine, Clare!

  10. I think your card photographed BEAUTIFULLY! Thank you so much for using my sketch! Your card ROCKS! Those 3 butterflies are totally swoon-worthy!

  11. Beautiful card as always Clare! I love how you used the twine around the bottom. It's so simple, but very stunning.


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