Monday, February 10, 2014

Love is a Promise That Lasts Forever

It seems like Christmas was just yesterday, and now we're days away from Valentine's Day.  So many challenges are looking for Valentine's Day type themes. Here's another Valentine with red, pink, white and hearts and love for you to see.
For my image I used a larger SweetStamps stamp which I die cut into a heart shape. I then overlaid the sentiment (rub-on). The background is a fun red with white polka dot design paper. I used the Club Scrap Love stencil painted with white distress paint across the bottom of the card and added a little heart and bling..
I am entering my card in these challenges: SweetStamps -- pink, white, and red; Three Muses -- love; Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge -- have a heart; Flourishes Timeless Tuesday challenge -- red and love; Great Impressions -- floral image; and Mark's Finest Papers Sketch with a Twist -- sketch and hearts.

7 comments:

Vickie Y said...

Your card is beautiful! Love the way you placed the hearts. Thank you for playing along with us at MFP Sketch With a Twist Challenge.

Shelly Schmidt said...

What a clever idea to use a section of the image cut out with the heart! Love this idea! Glad to see you joining in the challenge! Thanks for sharing with us at SweetStamps.com


Roxie said...

Nice card design, I like the polka dots, big love and your use of the partial image. Thanks for playing along in the SweetStamps.com challenge.

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful card! Love all the details!

Thank you for joining the challenge at SweetStamps.com!

As well as at Great Impressions!

Mynnette said...

I just love the sentiment you used--it is beautiful! I also adore all the beautiful colors you used on this card! Thanks for joining us at Great Impressions! :) HUGS and have a great rest of the week! Mynn xx

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

so beautiful! Love what you did with the heart! Thanks for joining us at SweetStamps.com!
Lisa

Sparkly Engineer said...

Thanks for sharing your Valentine with us at Great Impressions this month.

Mary Anne