Because You’re Mine

Here are a couple of fun cards inspired by this week’s CASology cue word: Line.

I’m going to play this first card over at CASology.IMG_8880editedI printed my own sentiment, used a line stamp from PTI’s Ahoy Stamp set and dug through a little box of my snippets for 4 red hearts to stack up together. I’m going to play this over at Less is More’s:Week 234 Recipe Snippets.

IMG_8925editedIt’s a funny thing, how your mind works! Ever since I saw the cue word from CASology, Johnny Cash’s song “I Walk the Line” has been stuck in my head. My son really enjoys Mr. Cash’s music a lot. I’ve never been a super big fan, although I do like quite a bit of his music.

Here’s the man himself:

IMG_8917edited  Coincidentally, our town held a summer fest and concert this past weekend. My family and I did not attend, but guess what was echoing across the valley for about 3 hours on Saturday evening?  That’s right, someone singing Johnny Cash music – in Germany! 🙂 The person was very good too.

IMG_8882edited I’m also going to try playing, for the first time, over at Quirky Craft Challenges: Challenge #15.-Quirky White.

Here’s a second card I made along the same “line”.  🙂 The heart is a sticker from my friend in California, the incomparable Darnell! She slipped some of these cute lined heart stickers  into a card which she sent me last Spring. Thank you, Darnell!

IMG_8884editedThanks for stopping by!

Melissa

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10 thoughts on “Because You’re Mine

  1. You’re very welcome, Melissa, and thank you for the shoutout! You turned it into a stunning CASlicious card! I love both of them and think they are winners for the line challenge!! Brilliant, really! Enjoy your day!! Hugs, Darnell

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