Thank you for helping me get to 100 followers, tis wonderful and exciting to me. I had not planned to post again here so fast but I think it’s appropriate and timely.
I will share a random card I made – I was grazing the internet and came across a very simple and attractive card by Therese Calvird over on the Lost in Paper site and I just had to cook up my own version on this. Therese’s card used butterfly cut-outs and she attractively used both the positive and negative shapes. you may want to stop by her site to see what I’m talking about.
At any rate, here is my version of this pattern:
Once again I tried two different color schemes. I refrained from putting an actual Valentine’s sentiment on these because if they are not used specifically for Valentines day then I can use them for all other “love” occasions.
supplies: Various designer paper – I suspect most are Recollections, I was using up all those scraps I’ve accumulated. Stamps – Kimberly Polson Embossing Folder – CuttleBug
These whipped up very quickly! I've put together the .studio cut files and also the PNG’s so you can make your own if you like. This is a standard 4.25 x 5.5 inch card. I included the basic heart shape, the bumpy heart shape and then a hollow bumpy heart as well as the face with the three bumpy hearts cut for you.
And without further delay I’m going to post five more amazing ice pictures.
Like furry little ice feet polishing the surface!
Until next time!