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>> Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Happy New Year!

I don't know about you, but while I had a wonderful holiday season I'm kind of glad it's over now and life can get back to "normal".  Not that I know what normal is :)  If you're a stamper it means moving on to the next holiday which for me is Valentine's Day.  And luckily we have several new Valentine stamps to play with!




One of my favorite new Valentine stamps is our new Love Meter stamp!  For my card today - which ends up being 3 1/2" x 8 1/2" I started by stamping the gauge without the pointer 3 times using black ink and then our new Fill Up on Love Greeting in red.  I stamped the pointer several times on a separate piece of card stock and after coloring them with a red marker I fussy cut them and glued them on as shown.   For the background I repeatedly stamped out new Heart Drops stamp across the card stock and colored them in red.  Easy Peasy right?

Thanks for dropping by today!

Sue

PS - Have you entered our weekly challenge yet?  You have until 6pm tonight to link a card using a stencil for a chance to win a $10.00 store voucher!!!  Good Luck!

7 comments:

Samantha said...

A fun card and very good advice too! Love the dangling hearts!

Karin said...

That is one awesome card design! I love how the meter moves up to full...So cute!

Shelia said...

great card, Sue. Love how you did the meter!!

Janett Ray said...

Awesome!Love the way you made the meter move, I never would have thought of that. And the heart boarder, you were very inspired.

Robin Clendenning said...

Oh wow Sue, that is so fun and Love the way you made the gauges go fuller and fuller! Love the heart drops too. So cool!

Lisa Schipritt said...

You are such a talented stamper and stamp designer!!! Thanks for all of your hard work!!!

Jennifer E. said...

Love the cleverness you displayed on this long and skinny card! Love how you change the dial to resemble "filling up! "

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