To show commitment, I had my nails this month done to match the theme!
Right, on to the card. This one is to send to a little boy who my company sponsors. He's called Lucky and he lives at Happy House in Watamu, Kenya. Happy House care for orphaned, abandoned or abused children. At Happy House they are warm, fed, go to school and most importantly are given lots of love. Every few months, one of our team send a card to Lucky so he knows we're all thinking of him. It's my turn this time.
If you're thinking those colours look familiar, you're right! I was going to make a shaker card for the Citrus challenge we had a few weeks ago, so I made loads of dots using linen card, distress inks in Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade and Twisted Citron, and a small circle punch. Then I changed my mind, so I had all the dots waiting for another project. How lucky!
I'm super happy to have a sentiment die (at last). This one is from Clearly Besotted and I love it! It cuts so cleanly. I stacked up four layers of die using a Sakura glue pen to give it a bit more dimension against the polka dots. The linen panel was then popped off the linen card base using foam pads.
I hope Lucky likes his card and it cheers up his day :)
If you want to play along each week with the fun Less is More challenges, check out the blog.
Thanks for stopping by!