Saturday, 31 December 2016


Watercooler Wednesday WWC99 - Marsha's Clean & Simple (CAS) Make it With Hearts Challenge

The rules are simple for our Clean And Simple challenge.  Show lots of open space, use minimal layers and use minimal embellishments.  The Watercooler Artists have given you many great examples of what our Clean And Simple challenge looks like.

What a nice break!   My card for this challenge is Valentine's!  I used some punches and made Valentine cut-out's and then used some beautiful dsp for a liner.  I love the new Banner Framelits and the Stamp set that goes with it.   The card remained CAS but elegant.

Closer View:
Inside View:
Supplies Used:
Cardstock:  Whisper White, Blushing Bride
DSP:  Flights of Fancy "Blooming Happiness"
Ink:  Strawberry Slush
Stamp Set:  Time of Year
Misc.:  Heart Punches, Hearts Framelits (Hearts Collection), Hearts & Flutter, Bunch of Banner's Framelits
This is the last challenge of the year and I would like to "Thank" the Design Team for the super challenges throughout the year.   It has been a lot of fun.  There is so much Talent and Inspiration that you share with us each week.    Thank you Again for Sharing with us!  HAPPY NEW YEAR!     Heather :)


  1. Hi Heather, what a lovely Valentine's Day card---perfect for Marsha's Hearts challenge. I love the way you've cut those hearts into your top layer and then let the DSP liner add the details. That banner really adds a nice finishing touch. As usual, love the way your card continues the theme inside. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

  2. Happy New Year Heather! What an awesome card you've created for the last challenge of the year! I love how you've mixed up the see-through hearts and the raised one on the face of the card and that banner is perfect! Thanks for joining us in this last challenge of the year and hope you continue to participate in 2017!

  3. Beautiful! Love the look of Toile you achieved on this. Thanks for your support of our Watercooler Wednesday Challenges. I always look forward to seeing your creations.