Monday, 26 January 2015

Have a Little Heart

Hello.   Welcome.  Another quick little project using Sizzix/Hero Arts Postage set. 

I started with a red deckle edge card.  I cut a white layer using the straight die from Simon Says Stamp bundled stitched die set.  The heart is cut using a die from the same set.  I stamped the text stamp from the Postage Stamp set using Barn Door distress ink and then used the dies in the same set to cut the frame.  

A close up of the stamping, frame and heart.  Love the stitch detail.  

My little valentine joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Have a Heart
Time Out Challenge 23 - Valentine's Day with Hearts
Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday December 2014 - Love
Uniko Studio Challenge 17 - Love and Friendship 
Scribble and Scrap Challenge 36 - Anything Goes 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz


  1. I just Love the look of this card! So clean and bright and red and white.... Doyou thinknit's my Canadian roots? grin

  2. So many layers of yummy goodness, Gail! I also love the trimmed outer edges of your card. This is a winner and is going to make someone very, very happy!

  3. Awesome Valentine card, thanks so much for linking up at Uniko Studio and taking the TIME OUT and joining in on the challenge there too! Hugs Bev x

  4. See, reds are my 'thing' this year. I find them REALLY a hard to use - & look at you! Using them to perfection:) even red book print!!! Love it all:):)

  5. I really like the Valentine heart stamp you've created here. So pretty. Thanks so much for joining in with our Uniko Studio challenge. xx

  6. Fabulous card !

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

    Jo x

  7. Great card. Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck.

  8. Love, love, love the text background. Beautiful card. Thanks so much for joining us at Time Out!


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