Friday, August 1, 2014

Kelly, Kelly, Kelly


Kelly Griglione of Notable Nest has inspired the first [get ready folks] of many cards for the CAS-ual Fridays CFC134 Challenge... the last one of the year!!!!?  Which is even a better reason to make multiples, right? =/ 

Here is Kelly's inspiration:

Love that she used her own handwriting as a glue-base for the twine on her card... not so much mine though... I wanted you to be able to read my sentiment =] Sooo, I used a die-cut hello and then glued my twine within it!  Love it when my brain works!  Wish my sewing machine worked better =/ 
Don't look too closely, ugh.

Here you go, Kelly.  Hope you like it!  - I chose "Chevrons, White, Twine" for my card:


~amy~ said...

oh, I absolutely ADORE this!

Anita in France said...

Oh, Michele, this is so striking ... and stunning! LOVE that twine hello ... what an inspired idea! Anita :)

Taunya Butler said...

AWESOME and AMAZING are words to describe this card!! Love the black and white, the twine word, and that chevron - WAY TO GO!!!

Michelle said...

Love those bold chevrons!

donna mikasa said...

I LOVE it! The bold chevrons and twiney sentiment. Awesomesauce!
Thanks for joining the fun at CASual Fridays!!

Kelly Griglione said...

Oh my gosh, I LOVE THIS!!! You are so smart to glue the twine right over your die cut, why didn't I think of that?! Really love your fun and crisp card, Michele. And thanks for the shout-out too ... you are so sweet : )

Lucinde | Lucilight said...

I’d love to share your hello card on Trendy Tuesday for Paper Crafter’s Library blog. But I couldn't find your email here... So I'll try it this way. Your card looks amazing! The post that will feature an image of your card will credit you and link back to your blog as well. If for any reason you do not want to be featured, simply let me know at lucinde88 [at]

You can check out the PCL blog here:
Lucinde van Ballegooijen

Trend Reporter for Paper Crafter’s Library

I Card Everyone said...

Hello!!! How did I miss this? Yes, yes, yes!

Bobby said...

Just now going through all my emails and saw your card on PCL. It's so striking, Michele. I love that the twine goes off the edge of the card.