Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Send A Smile 4 Kids

This week Flutterby Wednesday is fluttering with Send A Smile 4 Kids.  Please check out the FBW Blog for all the details.  We want you to create a card for a child with your butterfly, fairy or angel on it. 

This week also honors my Flutterby team member Harriet Skelly in the Featured Stamper Challenge at Splitcoaststampers.  She has an ah-may-zing gallery to browse through!  Click and see for yourself!  {wink}  I finally settled on this card to CASE of hers. 

My card measures 4-1/4" square.  I liked the simple layers with the large image, the black & white ribbon and the bright yellow on Harriet's card.  So, I swapped out her flower for a butterfly and made it yellow.  I don't have polka-dotted ribbon (wish I did!), but I love this plaid ribbon I got from Pizzazz APlenty.   Then I added a sentiment that could be for any occasion, which makes it an easy, cheery card for a nurse to sign for a child in the hospital.  Here are the guidelines for Send A Smile 4 Kids if you'd like to donate your challenge card to them too.


Geneviève aka Muscade said...

Hi Michelle!

Cute card! Love the butterfly!

Thanks for your comment on my blog! I just wanted to let you know that the papers I used on my card are made by "Bearly Mine Design"... It's a digi paper.


Lynette said...

Such a pretty card, and a great case of Harriet's!

Danni said...

Love the bold yellow against the blue! Fabulous!

Anna said...

So simple and pretty! Love the checker board ribbon on the background!

Elaine said...

Gorgeous card Michelle Love it Hugs Elaine

Michelle said...

the bright yellow is just happy! Great card!

Seleise said...

simple and CUTE!

Rebecha said...

I like the colors that you've combined here and the boldness of the butterfly.


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Leanne said...

Beautiful card Michelle and a really nice tribute to case Harriet's card. ;)
What a lucky child this will be going to.

Mary J said...

Gorgeous! This will put a smile on any receiver's face Michelle!

Kristie said...

Love this, Michelle!! The embossing and graduated pearl sizes just draw you right in. :)