Here’s a quick card I made to enter into the challenges that are ending today at The Paper Players and Less is More.  I’ve used the Paper Players sketch to create an AnyHero card for Operation Write Home.  I’ve had these metal star snaps for a long time and haven’t used them much because they’re pretty thick, but the Less is More challenge to use metal gave me the incentive to use them.  Since the card isn’t going to be mailed, the thickness of the metal won’t cause any issues.


Thanks for stopping by today!  All comments are read and appreciated.

Stamp: Unity
Cardstock: Brilliant Blue, Real Red Core’dinations (Stampin’ Up); Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs)
Ink: Brilliant Blue (SU)
Other: Stars embossing folder (ProvoCraft); metal star snaps (Making Memories); Star dies (Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps)

7 Responses to “sketchy metal thanks”

  1. LOVE this! The embossed background, the stars..the brads…so fun. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players!

  2. Oh Patricia….the embossed stars with the die cut and metal go so well together! The sentiment really stands out….what a beautiful ink color. Another awesome card for OWH!

  3. What a wonderful card that I’m sure will be appreciated by a very deserving service member. The repeated star elements ties everything together perfectly. I didn’t know about AnyHero cards, so thank you for posting the link. Thank you so much for playing along with my sketch this week at The Paper Players! 🙂

  4. Loving the star theme throughout. Great colours and so glad we could encourage you to use your metal stars.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

  5. Fabulous, striking and perfect.
    Great use of metal and thanks so much for playing along at Less is More
    This card would fit brilliantly over at AAA Cards too where we are looking for cards for the guys.
    Less is More & AAA

  6. I’m just catching up on last week’s challenge!
    This is really eye-catching… super card.
    Thanks so much
    “Less is More”

  7. Lovely starry creation Patricia!
    Thanks so much for joining us
    Less is More

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