Yay! I have happy news to share with you all! We(my hubby and myself) just adopted two cats from a local animal shelter. They are both male and about three months old. Today is their first day in our place. We had wanted to have a cat for a long time and finally it’s happened! They are absolutely adorable and playful. I wish you could see them running all around my house without a break. 😀


Here is the card I created inspired by the sketch from Paper Players #155. I started by stamping an argyle pattern from Paper Smooches Debonair in white on a card base from Papertrey Ink Kraft Cardstock. Then I stamped the sentiment from My Favorite Things and heat embossed in gold on a chalkboard cardstock.

After cutting out my sentiment, I placed it over the stamped background using some dimensional adhesive. Most of the time I’m not a big fan of gold. However, I love the way my gold heart turned out. It makes my card more special and elegant.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

May Park

11 thoughts on “A True Friend is a Work of Heart

  1. I love your gold heart–you get a gold STAR for your gold heart, I think! It’s so pretty and you are a sweetheart to adopt those kitties! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Paper Players this week!

  2. Wow! I love how well the white ink shows up on your cardbase. Your focal image heart is beautiful, with a wonderful message! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

  3. I think you’ve made an awesome clean card! I do like the argyle pattern, and white looks great against kraft. I also think the combination of gold and chalk looks fab! This is a great design, equally perfect for a man as for a woman – I like that about a card. I popped over from MIM.

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