Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Blushing Heart

I raided my stash to create this card. I just cannot part with my older stamps that are still mounted on wooden blocks. As long as my stamp-a-ma-jig works, I may never remove the rubber from the wood. Do you still have stamps on wooden blocks? Thoughts?

   Nice & Easy Notes

   Blushing Bride A-2
   Blushing Bride Glimmer Scraps
   Love Blossoms DSP 5-1/4 x 4
   Basic Black 4" Sq.
   Whisper White 3-1/4" Sq., 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)

   Archival Basic Black

   Basic Black
   Basic Gray
   Blushing Bride
   Early Espresso
   Garden Green
   Melon Mambo
   Pink Pirouette
   Real Red

   Die Cutting

   Rose Red Stitched Ribbon 4"
   Hearts Border Punch
   Small Heart Punch
   Window Frames Collection
   Floral Frames Collection
   Glue Dots

First, I stamped and colored my image using the markers listed above. Of course, you may choose to use any colors or medium you like.

Next, I die cut my image and its background. I used Basic Black to add a background for my sweet girl because I felt the tiny hearts were too busy for her. I did sponge the edges of her die cut to further separate her from her background. I adhered these two pieces together.

I added a panel of designer series paper to the card front, and attached 4 inches of stitched ribbon on the bottom. I punched and adhered small glitter hearts to the ribbon. These were added using glue dots.

I then attached the die cuts with the image to the top of the card front using dimensionals. I punched a small heart and adhered it inside the heart.

Lastly, I added the Whisper White panel to the inside of the card.

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  1. Sally, this is such a sweet card! Adorable!

  2. About half of my stamps are on wood blocks, and I have no plans to remove them!

    Nice card!

    BTW...I figured out that I need to open your entry in Chrome in order to comment. I won't always move to Chrome, just so you know, but there is another site that I needed Chrome for today, so I checked for your entry in my list, and there you were!

    1. I do use Chrome to create my blog, but I would think that it should not matter. Either way, I am glad you are able to view it and I appreciate you taking the time to comment. This month, I will be spending time with my grandchildren and children, so my blogs may be more of a hit or miss. Thanks again!