Thursday, February 9, 2012

~~~ Love U ~~~

Hi Y'all ! wooohooo I made another Valentine card!! Nothing like waiting until the last minute. I'm thinking that I will send this to my son, John Allen and yes it has pinks all over it. Men need to get purtty cards too, on Valentine's Day! I used Sweethearts for the hearts and Art Philosophy for the mat. Did lots of distressing on this one with Ranger Walnut Ink and I used a Stampin Up stamp for the heart and the sentiment, using white Kraft ink.I think this stamp set is one of the prettiest I have seen. ( I used the same set on the card I posted yesterday)I embossed both pieces and added glitter to the scalloped hearts and the U....a chipboard letter from my stash. Oh and I stamped several images, using Tim Holtz stamps for the background. Added some more of my vintage seam binding and another tarnished silver heart.Thanks for stopping by to take a peek !!



Joy this card is just stunning (as your cards always are). I love the delicate stamp you used, it turned out so pretty and detailed. All of your layers are just beautiful and that crinkle ribbon just sets everything off beautifully!


AMAZING card, its just beautiful with such care to details, tfs!


Beautiful card design, my friend!!!

Carole Beath

Getting to your projects is fun because I get to scroll down from your banner which I love. Wow, the Valentine card is wonderful and down below I loved the Valentine Day banner.


Another beautifully awesome Valentine card!!! :)

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