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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

One Sheet Wonder Valentine!

Hi,


How are you today? As you can see....I am on a roll with the posting! LOL! While not making it a New Years Resolution (to much pressure), I have challenged myself to try to post something everyday! Now, I don't know if I will be able to keep it up, but I am at least going to try to post more often!


I have another card share for you today! This one is a Valentine for a special friend and it will go out (hopefully) tomorrow with a special gifty I made for her, that I may share tomorrow! I want to save something to post for tomorrow! It is really special and I hope she likes it!


On to the card. The top layer is a piece from a One sheet wonder sheet that I made a long time ago! I cut the pieces and put them in a baggie so that when I need them, all I had to do was grab what I wanted. I have a few different ones that I have made and hope to create some more soon. I embossed the CuttleBug Love postage stamp on an oval cut from a Marvy Giga Scalloped punch that a friend let me borrow. Then took my gelly roll glitter pen and added lots of glitter over both the layer and the embossed piece. The glitter doesn't look so great in the picture, but looks really beautiful in person.


The stamps used are from 2 different dollar sets, one (the scroll) is from the cupcake set in yesterdays post. I stamped them with PSX Blackberry Ink. Added the little Acrylic heart (XOXO) and bling all over the card. I think if you look close you can see it! The actual card is Bazzill card stock! I love Bazzill c/s! It is so elegant. Here is another view flat on a Blue background.

I decorated the inside too, with another piece of the OSO and the flourishes! See........
I hope you liked my card and that it gives you some inspiration to play! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

2 comments:

christina d

Oh, your card is so pretty! I love it so much. Lucky person to get this one. I love the background you made.

Jane

Love how you did the inside too. I never decorate the insides...and yet every person you show a card to automatically opens it to see if there is more inside. And then I feel like I have to apologize for not carrying it inside. Great job!

Jane

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