Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Valentines


Roxie here to show you a couple valentines using non traditional colors. I really like the way this first card turned out with the pale colors and elegant flourishes.  Love this heart image and it worked well with the border images whic come as a set of four and I used two for this card stamping the lines first and using a stamp position to line up the spatters.

Images: Just For Fun Rubber Stamps: 4 Sided Background Block, Dot Heart, Sentiments 1
Paper: Bazzill - light teal, unknown white
Ink: Ranger Big and Juicy - Gum Drop, Memento - Tuxedo Black
Tools: Perfect Paper Crafting - Perfect Layers Mini for 1/8" border using an Xacto knife for cutting, Scor-Pal for embossed lines, Stampin Up embossing folder for base design, Cheery Lynn flourish die 
Accessories: foam tape, Aleene's tacky glue to attach the flourish die cuts
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I had a bit of fun coloring the hearts with Chameleon Pens and misting the background paper with Ranger Distress Spray Stains.  These hearts are so easy to cut and stagger across the card.

Images: Just For Fun Rubber Stamps: Heart Cube, Sentiments 1
Paper: The Paper Company - colors, unknown white
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Spray Stains - Dusty Concord and Picket Fence for background mist
Tools: Perfect Paper Crafting - Perfect Layers Mini for 1/16" border using an Xacto knife for cutting, Scor-Pal for embossed lines, Spellbinder circles frame, detail cutting scissors
Accessories: foam tape, 1/8" white ribbon, Chameleon Pens colors VO4 and blender

3 comments:

  1. Such gorgeous cards Roxie, love the hearts on your first card, how could I missed that stamp in the shop?!! I did choose the second block of hearts too, another gorgeous creation!

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  2. The pink and blue card is a nice color palette for a Valentine card....so delicate and charming!

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  3. So cute!!! Love the hearts and the color palettes you chose Roxie!

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