Thursday, March 05, 2009

Sans sentiment....






















I made this card last night because the image has been sitting on my desk for at least a week. Do you do that? I stamp and color an image and leave it there because my paper doesn't work or I'm not nuts about it. Anyway, I wanted to clear up some of the mess.

My problem is I wasn't sure what sentiment would work for this one. I was going to stamp something in black in the lower right corner. I think I could get away with Get Well, Thinking of You, Have a Great Day/Bday, etc. What I was wondering is what you would use it for. I don't think it would work for sympathy which is what I really need more of. Let me know what you think. Looking at it, I also think I need some Dew Drops or something either below the image or to the right on the image. Thanks for your opinions and for looking!

p.s. I have to stop reaching for my Rectangle Nesties! I'm getting sick of them.

Used: SU cs in Riding Hood Red & Kiwi Kiss, SU Bella dp, SU RR ribbon, Inkadinkado Doodle Flower stamp, Shimmerz Royal Red & Celery (I colored in with Prismas & Gamsol under the shimmerz).

6 comments:

Pia said...

Michelle,
I would add some sort of circle with a sentiment, but I am not sure. I like it just as it is! Enjoy the warm weather that is supposedly coming our way

Peggy said...

I think BD or thinking of you. I wouldn't use it for sympathy. It is a really pretty card. I like the color combo.

SnoopMurph said...

I agree that some wording/sentiment would maybe balance it out a bit more. It's really pretty-dew drops might be a nice addition!

maia said...

Its very pretty !!! Bday would probably be perfect for it, or for Mother's Day.

Theresa said...

I would add a cursive frilly sentiment- was trying to think of something clever for you but am brain locked so I would vote for thinking of you. I don't really see it as a BD card.

Paula said...

Oh a little sentiment in the corner with a dew drop or brad would be perfect...good thinking of you or a get well card. Love how you incorporated the dp and the image...very nice!