I regularly follow the Muse challenge blog because the cards are always amazing and the inspiration can be difficult, well, for me, that is! This week, it's Muse challenge #71 and Therese Calvird's card was our inspiration:
After making my version of her card, I've got a true appreciation for the effort that was put into her card. I decided to make a patriotic Any Hero card for Operation Write Home and cut out the word "hero" multiple times. I layered each letter to pop it up, like Therese did:
I did try layering the words on the same background paper, but it stood out better against the striped background, so that's what I went with. The top layer is backed with red letters, the second with white and the bottom with blue (red, white & blue). The sentiment is from the Doodlepantry Tree Glee set. I punched a few stars to go with the sentiment and added some Wink of Stella to make them shine.
Papers are WeR Memory Keepers Red White & Blue.
Edited to add: Barb over at a2zscrapbooking invited me to join in their June Stars and Stripes challenge, so I'm entering this card over there too. Thanks for the invitation and I'll be sure to enter more A2Z challenges!
The mid week throwdown challenge at OWH is kites and I love to using up scraps to make a kite:
Papers are Corinne by SEI.
Thanks for stopping by!