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Monday, January 31, 2011

Feel the Lurve

Hi Guys

Well this week sees the start of February and with that things get all misty around the edges and people get all romantic....No, not in your house either!!! LOL

Oh well it doesn't mean that I can't make a card or two though does it?  Good because I have made this little beauty.



You don't get the real feel of this card until you have got it in your hands and you can see the fabulousness of the engineering of it.  It was a Christmas card that I saw at my uplines house and we both said that we seriously needed to case it and you should go and see hers here.


Mine is very simple and can be done just with one stamp set, 3 punches, ribbon and pearls.  It is a 4"x4" card and on the top of the middle panel I have added a piece of Cherry Cobbler that has been punched with the Eyelet border punch.  The ribbon well how fab does that look?  It has been done by taking a 6" length of Organza Ribbon and hold your heat tool above it, turn it on and watch the magic happen.  I have then stuck it on with mini glue dots.  Don't you just love the basic pearls?

The next panel has been cut down with a curved edge, I have used the Heart to Heart punch to punch 3 of each heart and one extra small heart.  I added a white highlight on the right hand bump of the heart with white gel pen.  Sticking them along the curve adds some interest to the hearts and then I 3D'd the small hearts using dimensionals

The front panel has been stamped using the Curly Cute set (I love this set) and Cherry Cobbler ink and punched out 2 Full Hearts also from Cherry Cobbler, added faux stitching with the white gel pen and edged it with Cherry Cobbler ink.

I have done another one with another colour scheme below and the pattern is downloadable at the bottom of my post.




Click on the image to make bigger.  Ctrl + right click, save as (windows), Cmd + right click, save as (mac) to save to your desktop for you to use.

Emma xx

2 comments:

  1. you are so clever my crafty friend, luv them, luv Georginaxxx

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  2. I love your "curved" cards, not sure what the real name is, they're all fabulous. x

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