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>> Monday, January 28, 2013

Happy Monday Everyone. Hope you had a great weekend. Can you believe this is the last week of January? Valentine's Day will be here before you know it! With that in mind, I have a Valentine card to share with you today.

The Able Valentine Greeting was stamped in Memento Black ink on white card stock, colored with some pink copics, cut with nesties and layered on pink and black CS. As soon as I saw this new stamp I knew I wanted to use it on a zebra fold card, so that is what we have today.

The card base is white with layers of black and pink CS. The outside corners of both pink panels are stamped with the new Dotted Heart stamp in Pretty in Pink. It's kind of hard to see the hearts on the smaller panel, but they're there. :-)  The small panel is also embossed with the CB Swiss dots folder. Inside Happy Valentine's Day is stamped in black and can only be seen when the card is opened.

Some small pink half pearls were added to the main image panel to finish the look. I really like the way this turned out. I hope you like it too.

This week's challenge at DRS Designs is to use a pig image on your card. We'd love to have you play along with us this week. You can check out the challenge here. The winner gets to choose 2 stamps from DRS Designs amazing collection!!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Until next time,


Jennifer E. said...

Love your zebra fold! Love all the pink and the hearts in the corner too!

Pam said...

What a great fold the zebra fold is! Classic Valentine.

Janett said...

Shelia I love your zebra fold card. Great colors and background.

Karin said...

Cute Valentine! Love the way you colored the hearts in pink and red on the front stamp!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is so cute, Shelia! I love your fancy fold and perfect Valentine colors. So sharp!

Sue said...

What a great card! I love the color combo!!You've really inspired me to do more fancy folds too!

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