Thank You for Your Bravery…and a new face

Hi everyone!  Happy Election Day!  Happy “No More Political Phone Calls” Day!  Woohoo!!  (SO sick of that.)

I have a clean and simple card to share today.  Or I like to call it “cute and simple.” I struggle with clean and simple but I was really happy with how this one turned out.

I used Firefighter Girl and Fishtail Flags Die-namics from My Favorite Things.

I colored her simply using Copic markers, and the little red heart was die-cut using Notched Tag Die-namics.  The flags are stitched/attached at the top with the bottoms left to hang freely.

On the inside, I stamped another sentiment from the set and the little fire fighter.  :)

Now for the new face, I’m not spilling any beans, but we’re all super-excited! You can see the big news HERE.  (So happy!)  :)

Thanks SO much for visiting!  I’ll be back tomorrow with Day 1 of My Favorite Things’ November previews!  Always an exciting time!  Have a great day!

Stamps:  My Favorite Things “Fire Fighter Girl” (Pure Innocence)   Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black   Paper:  MFT Wild Cherry, X-Press It Blending Card, My Mind’s Eye Six by Six “Playdate”  Accessories:  Copic markers (E00, E11, R20, Y21, Y31, R24, R29, YR23, W1), MFT Fishtail Flags STAX and Notched Tag Die-namics, corner rounder.  Finished size  4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.

6 Responses to Thank You for Your Bravery…and a new face

  1. Love your clean and simple, this is so adorable!!!!

  2. Definitely adorable. Love the sentiments, too.

  3. Love your layout and your coloring and just a great! Card !

  4. So cute, Michele! Love all your new stuff. I hope you survived Sandy with no ill effects.

  5. Michelle this image is perfect for all the brave firefighters on the east coast! Love the clean and simple look. The image just pops

  6. I love your “cute and simple” card! Just adorable!

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