Wednesday, 13 August 2014

1,2,3,4, tell me that you love me more

Wow!  I just love this week's MUSE card, by Therese Calvird.
I knew I couldn't replicate her stunning blooms ( flowers and inking are not my strong suit )
so instead, I opted for die cut numbers.

I tried to follow the basic layout of Therese's card, and cut my numbers in similar colours to her flowers.
The sentiment is inked in white and heat embossed.



PINspirational - Anything Goes

Supplies. Memory Box Number Dies.  Sentiment is Clearly Besotted, Basic Banners.


lostinpaper said...

Oh, I just love those falling numbers, what a fabulous idea. Your card totally packs a punch!!

Sue said...

Such a fabulous take on the Muse card. I love the way you have arrange the numbers and the colours are wonderful.
Sue xx

Deepti said...

Awesome take on the Muse :) I was thinking of doing something similar but them changed the idea, you will see what I did for my card tomorrow :)

Linda said...

Fun card. Love those colors. Great take on the Muse.

debby4000 said...

Fabulous CAS card love colours.

Erika said...

Great idea! I love your version of the Muse card! I may need to use your card as inspiration for a card too!

Juls said...

This is really fun :-) xx

wienerhoneymooners said...

so FUN I love this, perfection!!!

Stressed Stamper said...

5 6 7 8 - cant remember how the song goes - but know it was rubbish...card though perfect and neat as always
Enjoy the weekend Mrs
Sarah x

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

LOVE this - such a fun feeling take on the Muse! So glad you joined us this week!

Karen M said...

Your card is so cool - I love your falling numbers and pretty colours xx

Lee said...

I love it so unusual.Great colours too.xx

Neets B said...

Great take on Therese's card. Wouldn't it be great if we could pick our age each year?! :)

Deanne Clarke-Saunders said...

Such a cute idea! I love it! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
A Little Bit O' Paper

Inkyfingers said...

What a great idea. I love your take on Therese's card. Such a adaptable idea for birthdays, anniversaries etc!
Carol x