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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Expression of Love Cards - Inspiration - Challenge

Love is all around and in so many forms. There is love for your spouse, your children, your friends, and your pets. So I thought I would "share the love" today with two cards that I made:

This is a layered card using 4 main colors: Mellow Moss, Rich Razzleberry, Dusty Durango, and Whisper White Card Stock.

Love You Much Stamp Set (item #113756)

I used the new IN COLOR Stampin' Markers to color in the LOVE and the Eyelet Border Punch to accent the Whisper White Card Stock.

Ribbon is Rich Razzleberry 1/2" Polka-Dot Grograin Ribbon.

Snail Adhesive to attach pieces together.

Isn't this a great card to send to you that special person to let them know you love them.

In my last post, I did a tutorial on the Bride Speciality Paper Brayer Technique. I was so pleased with the outcome, I just had to try it again. This time using the stripe paper and Taken With Teal Classic Ink. Also a very small piece of the filgree paper in the Bride Specialty Paper Pack. Here's a link to the technique:

The card is a mix of Sahara Sand, Whisper White, and the Bride Specialty Paper. I accented the Sahara Sand and Whisper White Card Stock with the Platinum Shimmer Paint. The shimmer paint was added using a dauber. I used a brayer to color the Bride Specialty Paper with Taken With Teal Classic Ink.

Bride Specialty Paper (item #115669)

D is For Dog Stamp Set (item #115784).

Thought this is a perfect card for someone who loves dogs, don't you! Also like this card because it wasn't too frilly, so could be given to a man or woman easily.

My challenge to you is to make a card to "share some love". Feel free to post and let me know what you created. Would love to see your creations too.

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