The Caardvark Challenge this month is to make a card that has red and hearts on it. Easy enough, eh? Well, I just purchased this new digital image from Heather Ellis, so I thought it was a perfect opportunity to use it.
The designer paper is Riding Hood Red by Stampin Up!. I repeated the design in the paper by using my scalloped circle Nestabilities to cut out a similar shape. I then embossed the white card stock with a hearts embossing folder from Cuttlebug. The main image panel and the sentiment are up on dimensionals. The little hearts are brads. I'm still fighting through my cold. It hasn't progressed any worse yet. Thank goodness. I do have to work this evening and I am dreading going out in these frigid temperatures. Why, oh why, do I live in Wisconsin? UGH! Have a great day! Amy
Oh my this is sweet! Sorry to hear your not feeling well, it stinks living in the cold climates! Hope your better soon!ReplyDelete
Ooh, she is ever so cute! love the little heart brads as well, they are fab!ReplyDelete
SO cute! Hope you feel better soon!!ReplyDelete
AWW Amy super sweeet Valentine!!!I love how you used the cb folder inside the scallop what a great idea!!ReplyDelete
sorry should have mentioned the link was in my sidebar, lol, hope to see you "there" :0)ReplyDelete
Great little challenge card Amy, do love the way you've used the Cuttlebug hearts folder witht the nestie - super, clear and precise! Liz xxReplyDelete
What a delightful card, Amy! I love your circle - very good idea! Hope you feel better soon - Hugs!ReplyDelete
Morning Amy ... so sorry you're still "under the weather"! Hope you feel better real soon!!ReplyDelete
Your creation is totally adorable and just in case you don't know, it also fits the "Red & Hearts" challenge over on Sharon Johnson's Stamp Simply Blog.
What a great layout...this is wonderful. I feel for you on the cold...we are sick too and are leaving for Mexico on Monday. Nice way to start a holdiay....ReplyDelete
What a cute card! great design. Hope you feel better real soon!ReplyDelete
Very very cute!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful.> I love the image. She is sooo sweet. I hope you feel better soon. I have been so lucky this season and have not gotten a bug yet..take good care.cReplyDelete
SO adorable. I like how you embossed then scallop cut your circle. The little red flower paper is perfect.ReplyDelete
I'm sure Wisconsin is worse than where we live in western Maryland, but we still get way too much winter here. Yesterday hubby and I were discussing our retirment plans. Yes... we are still quite a few years away but we still think about it. Especially when it's 10° outside and windy and the prediction is for another several inches of snow and ice and we think, "if we were retired we could have a winter place in Arizona and never be cold again".