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>> Saturday, February 4, 2017

Good morning!

I have a very special Valentine for a sweetheart.

I stamped the Valentine Flower Heart 186M with London Gray Memento and then colored with B000, B00, B60 and B63
G21 and YG61.
I stamp over the wreath with Quiet Valentine 1002K in black then stamped the Happy Valentine greeting 996D in black and die cut with the Spellbinders label.
I die cut the heart and sentiment with Lifestyle round die and used a Spellbinder die for the decorative round frame.
I added rhinestones and ribbon to finish it off.
I love the sweet sentiment over the heart.  This is something I would use for my own sweet husband.

My next card is all about love as well.
An Anniversary card.

I also used an array of dies from ODBD, Memory Box, and I.O. to do my hearts and flowers.
I used white shimmer card stock and silver shimmer card stock as well as white linen.  This helps with definition.
I added a silver ribbon, silver glass beads, glitter and Wink of Stella-clear.
My sentiment is embossed with silver detail embossing powder.

February seems to be a month of Valentine's, weddings and anniversaries and I find it really fun making all the different type cards for this month.
Hope you have a crafty weekend!


Sue said...

So pretty Robin! Love the flower heart in back of the Quiet moments greeting (would make a great anniversary card too!) and your 25th Anniversary is just beautiful! Great idea using the jingle bells in the corner!!

nwilliams6 said...

Robin, these are so pretty! What awesome ideas with hearts! Some really special dies and details! Wow. Hugz

Shelia said...

Both of these are so pretty, Robin. Love all the details & die cuts!!

Karin said...

Beautiful! Both are so delicate and elegant ! I love your gorgeous die cuts and your coloring on the flower heart is so soft and pretty!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Both of these are lovely, Robin! The lacy die cuts & neutral colors are so elegant. Love all the little flowers sprinkled around.

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