Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Operation Write Home Hero Arts Blog Skip

 
Hello everyone,
 
Yup another blog skip celebrating Operation Write Home's Birthday Bash.
 
So you don't want to miss any of the fun be sure to start at the beginning here.
 
Here is my card for the skip. I hope you enjoy it.
 

This card is from Hero Arts Epic Love set. I got the idea from Sandy's one layer card she showed last week in one of her daily videos.
 
If you'd like to see all the fundraiser stamps sets from Hero Arts you can just click this link.
 
So are you making cards for Operation Write Home to send to our nations heroes?
Yes - Yay for you. If you'd like to start here is a link to their guidelines.
 
One last thing to continue on the skip click here to get to Nancy's blog. You will love her card.
 
Thanks for stopping by.
 
Marianne

 


 
 
 
 
 


36 comments:

Shirley A. said...

Thanks for using your talent for such a great cause. Awesome card!

Laura Turcotte said...

Great card for a great cause!

Betty: Reflections with Coffee said...

Very special card for whoever receives it.

Kathy S said...

Arrows are so in now, thanks for celebrating with OWH.

Sharon Roselli said...

great one layer card! I have problems making my own of these. I will have to case yours. Thanks for supporting our troops.

Isabelle said...

nice card, i love arrows on cards
thanks for the chance
hugs from belgium
isabelle

Ann said...

Great card! I don't have this set yet, but I can see I need it. I love all the arrows.

Julie said...

Super cute, Marianne! Love the little heart inside the O! Thanks for participating in our skip today!

madamewong said...

Love the arrows and the addition of the heart in the sentiment.

Debbie Caldwell said...

The arrows pointing to the sentiment what could be better. I like the shadowing effect on the arrows.

Dixie Cochran said...

Way to highlight the sentiment!

Daria Z. said...

Such a sweet card!

Darlene Satkewich said...

Love your use of arrows!

Barbara said...

Perfect card for a great cause.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Great one layer layout card. I know the temptation to add more layers for us cardmakers, but you seemed to handle this situation perfectly!

Sandy Allnock said...

I love seeing folks using the arrow - I need to get that one out...making a pattern is such a great idea!

Jen R said...

Love the use of the arrows and your color selections...makes the red stand out more!!! radloffjen at cableone dot net

Cyndee Scholet said...

Great sentiment! Way to get the message across.

Marsha said...

Cute idea with all the arrows pointing to the sentiment.

Sarah said...

Awesome one layer card-- love that bright red heart-- perfect!

Lucy Schmidt said...

Loving all the arrows and the heart inside the sentiment. A perfect card that I could see a guy picking to send, as well as a gal.

rscholz said...

Love CAS simple and one layer cards. Thanks for sharing.

Karen said...

Just love that little heart in "you"! Thanks for sharing and caring.

SJ Carsten said...

Great job! Thanks for sharing

JoAnn Ross said...

That's such a great one-layer card! Love your color choices and the arrows are perfect!

Paula S. said...

Great use of this set Marianne! I typically avoid one layer cards because i struggle with them. The way you repeated the arrow and draw the eye right to the sentiment in this is terrific. So glad you joined in today. Thanks for all you do for OWH!

GrammySue's Creations said...

Cute card--love the colors.

Diana N. said...

Love the arrows! Great one layer card.

Sue D said...

I like how all the arrows point to the sentiment.

Iris said...

Nice card - love the arrows.
isoscia@aol.com

Lisa Brooks said...

I love the arrows all leading to the top. Well done.

andreea said...

One layer cards are always beautiful. Though they may seem simple making them, they are not:)I like the grunge stamp you achieved there. TFS!

Sabrina said...

Wonderful and beautiful card!!

Shawnna Silvius said...

Nice card. I really notice that red heart surrounded by the more muted tones.

Melissa T. said...

I always wonder how to use those arrows, thank you for the idea.

coco said...

Love your layout and what you did with the arrows-- stunning!