Sunday, August 4, 2013

Bubbly Bath Thank You Card

After finishing my last posted card, I was about to put away the extra card blank that I had cut with the Sizzix label window 3D pop-up die when I had a brilliant idea.  I needed to make a thank you for a RAK (random act of kindness) gift from my sister-inlaw.  She gave me a really wonderful imported bar of lemon scented French triple milled soap.  The card blank reminded me of bathroom tiles so.......
I paired it with some stamped images from a set of The Greeting Card Farm stamps called, Me Time Anya.
All the images came from this set, even the little slippers and candles.
The flowered paper came from my scrap pile and I chose it because it was flocked and reminded me of a bath towel or perhaps the tub stickers that keep you from slipping.  Anyway, I was thrilled by the way this card came together so effortlessly.  I think the last touch of  Stickles and clear acrylic bubbles is what made the card come to life.  What made me happiest is that the thank you note is well suited for the gift given. Hopefully, it will convey my gratitude. Thanks for stopping by.  Please leave a comment if you have the time. I love hearing from you.

8 comments:

Creations by Shirl said...

What a relaxing card and I'm sure your'e SIL will love her card...
Pretty coloring and great card design...

Annette Allen said...

OH MY i love this.. such a fun design and love that adorable image..

yyam said...

Awww...such a cute card!

Kim Y. said...

Your card is so cool! Sweet!

Niki G said...

How darling is the tub and your sequin bubbles! Soooo adorable. The PP is perfect.

Handmade Cuties said...

I think the card says appreciation and thankfulness all over it...it's just too sweet!

Cheryl said...

How fun! You got the PNC die. Love how you made the bubbles on the card. So cute and you SIL will enjoy her bubbly card.

eunice said...

Brilliant, indeed! Great choice of patterned paper...and they acrylic bubbles are perfect! Wow, my brain is just spinning with all the neat PNC dies and accessories from Karen Burniston. This label window one is so cool, I might have to break down and finally get the base die so I can get in the fun too!