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>> Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Hi Everyone,
Well, it's the first full week of having things back to normal after the holidays for me and I have to admit, I'm grateful for the simple routine. Part of that routine is stamping cards, so I had great time working with the new stamp designs released this past Saturday.
I made my background using the Girl Swirl stamp and I colored up the new Heart Stem Rose using my Copic markers and added some sparkle by way of Stickles.  What says Valentine's Day better than hearts and flowers, right?  So, I stamped the Dotted Heart on pink card stock and fussy cut only the hearts out.  To make them look like the conversation heart candies that are so popular, I stamped one word of the Love You More greeting on each heart and added them to the card base with pop dots.

 The card seemed pretty feminine to me, so I decided some lace was in order.  That, along with a bit of printed ribbon added a great bit of texture to the finished card.

  If you didn't have time over the holidays to play, we have another day or so to go  in our
"Torn Paper" challenge on the DRS Designs blog.  I hope you can play along!

Have you made any Valentine's Day cards yet?  No time like the present to get started and all of the new releases can be found right here!

Have a great day!


Samantha said...

How pretty, Karin! I just love your sparkly rose! Gorgeous!

Janett said...

How cute, love your shading, and the heart are a great ideal.

Sue said...

So pretty! And yes, very girlie~ Love all the elements and the colors too!

Shelia said...

Karin, this color combo is awesome!! I love it. Your conversation hearts are perfect for this gorgeous girlie Valentine!!

Jennifer E. said...

Beautiful. Love all the details and how you added the sentiment hearts !

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So sweet, Karin! Lovin' these pink & green cards and your lace trim is lovely. Wonderful Valentine!

Pam said...

Such a pretty, feminine Valentine! I love your layout and colors.

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