Hello to each of you today. This card is so pretty and light. Most materials come from the Occasions Catalog from Stampin' Up! The Designer Series Paper is Birthday Bouquet and has such soft colors in all the sheets. I used Lost Lagoon for my card base and Mossy Meadow backing. The butterfly is from Blushing Bride Glimmer paper and the Hello stamp came from
or, you can e-mail me at email@example.com purchasing $50 of product and getting it free during our current Sale-A-Brations Sale going on currently. The second stamp set used is Timeless Textures stamped off using Blushing Bride.
This card is inspired by another card I saw a SU Demonstrator, Dawn, make. I changed to Blackberry Bliss since it is still so cold here. I enjoyed doing a different style of card. Only one ink was used and only two different pieces of card stock. You could make this same card in so many different colors and they would all look pretty. I placed a rhinestone on the front panel floweres and one on the inside panel flower.
Lots more Valentines to show you today. The first two are made by Cindy Powell and the rest were all made by Jeanne Defibaugh. These two ladies make such beautiful cards as you have been able to see over the last few days. I hope you have enjoyed them as much as I have. If you have please leave a comment that Jeanne and Cindy will see.
As promised I have more Valentine Cards for you today. The Valentine above is from Cindy Powell. The inside of her card is below. The Bloomin' Love and Bloomin' Heart Bundle has been a very popular sell this year. You can understand why when you see all the pretty cards made with it.
The cards below are all made by Jeanne Defibaugh. Jeanne used one of my favorite papers on this card and the is Glitter or Glimmer paper. Of course RED is my favorite. What is yours?
That Jeanne makes everything sparkle when she walks into a room. Her she has used the silver paper to make this card dance. I love this one.
Another card by Jeanne and she is back to using a favorite Stamp Set Gorgeous Grunge to give a splash of Blushing Bride Ink to the card.
I am showing these cards even though they are using retired paper because in reality SU paper is way to beautiful to throw away if you have not used all of it for your projects. I believe in showing the beautiful cards made even if it is retired papers. Do you agree?
From now until Valentines Day I want to share beautiful cards made by two of my special customers. The above non-traditional colored Valentine Card is made by Cindy Powell from Bedford, PA. Cindy always has a feminine side to her cards. Cindy used Stampin' Up! new Bloomin' Love Stamp Set and Bloomin' Heart Thinlet Die to make her pretty card. This is a Bundle in the Occasions Catalog on page 16.
This pretty card is made by Jeanne Defibaugh from New Enterprise, Pennsylvania. Jeanne used a very popular Stamp Set from the Big Catalog called Gorgeous Grunge. A very popular set. She also used Bakers Twine and Red Glitter paper for her hearts to set the card off nicely.
Stay tuned, more to follow from these two crafters.
Today I wanted to share my framed snowman. It's that time of year and I thought this is the perfect time to do some winter home decor. My snowman is inspired by a snowman that Connie Babbett made some time back. He is done in Dazzling Diamonds and Black Glimmer Paper from Stampin' Up!. I added a few snow flakes and a Brr because that is what the weather is like here in south central Pennsylvania today.
My class will be held this month. He will be a great Christmas gift next year or may be a winter birthday gift too. If you are local and interested please contact me.
Please leave me a comment on Mr. Snowman.