Thursday, January 28, 2016

Valentine's Cards 2016 - #6

You will have seen throughout this series that I've leaned more towards the CAS style - as it is simpler when making this many cards - but also due to the fact that I stumbled into a Youtube black hole again.  I clicked on one video, and then another, and found myself over on this channel, drooling over both, how tidy Carissa's craftroom is, and her gorgeous CAS cards.   I've found myself automatically creating in a "less-is-more" style.  Who knows how long it will last, but I have to say I've been enjoying it myself!


I replaced the little heart on the "i" in the sentiment, with one I punched out.  And, of course, glittered.




Supplies:

Silhouette Cuts #6647 and #36855
Sequins from package sets found at Dollar Tree







**Please note: The Echo Park Paper used to make this card is an older version of the line I linked to.  I was unable to find a seller for the version that I had.  I also used a scrap of red cardstock I had on hand.  I'm unsure of the color, but it is Bazzil card stock.**

Challenges:

3 comments:

  1. Lovely card, thanks for sharing at Inspiration Destination. Wendy DT x

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  2. I had to laugh about your Youtube blackhole comment! I've fallen in a few time myself! Your card is so cute; the heart die is lovely. I love the vellum with the font! Thanks for sharing at TTCRD!
    Katrina
    ScrappyHorses.blogspot.com

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  3. Beautiful card! Such a lovely design! Very pretty!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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