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I {Heart} Hearts... especially on this Valentine Flower!

>> Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I purchased my first DRS stamps a year ago and I believe this is the first card I made. I love this image! I love how clean and simple this card is yet it really pops! You can find this beautiful Valentine Heart (K582) image here on the DRS web site.

I used Copic markers, SU heart punch, and riding hood red CS & taffeta ribbon. You can find more information about this card from a year ago on my blog here.

Next is a stepped up card... definitely not CAS. LOL!

This year I was following a recipe for a New Year's Eve challenge on SCS. You can find out more about it here on my blog.

Supplies used include: satin ribbon, white gel pen, rhinestone stickers, SU scallop edge punch & Top Note die cut and Copic markers. This card also includes DRS stamp Easy Grass Background (E059).

This third card was made yesterday for the SCS color challenge: ruby red, soft suede, & bashful blue. I couldn't find any ruby red in my stash, so I used what was close... the retired riding hood red. I wasn't really sure if I'd like these colors together, but I think it turned out alright. I used the Valentine Flower again, but this time I wanted just the blossom. This card also uses the new verse stamp, Love is Patient (H201). Other materials include taffeta ribbon, SU scallop edge punch, and SU designer paper. The verse is hard to see. You can click on any photo to see a larger image.

And here's one last view of some of the details on the 2nd card I posted. Thank you for stopping by!


Sue said...

All 3 are great cards! But I love the first clean and simple one! It's so hard sometimes to get the right CAS look, but you didn't seem to have a problem!! I also never thought to just use the blossoms like you did on the 3rd card - WTG!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are all terrific, Jen! I love that heart flower w/ the word stem. I can't decide which I like best as they are all so creative.

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