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Love You Forever

Hello, ladies! I am very happy to finally post something that I have made lately, that hasn't been required for something. I should be working on things that I do need to get done, but had an idea  i just had to go with.
For this card I used the Hearts A Plenty background stamp from Market Street Stamps. I stamped it with VersaMark ink then used clear embossing powder over it. Next, I used my Fired Brick and Vintage Photo Distress Inks to blend over the embossed background, then used the Vintage Photo to ditress ink the edges a little more. I used the Unity Heart Journaling stamp for the heart with Vintage Photo again.
The flowers I made with ribbon I had on hand. The red, I cannot remember where it came from, and the cream is from Maya Road. The pins I received in a monthly kit at some point and the leaves are from Prima.

Starting on Monday I will be posting projects for my turn of being a Peachy Keen Stamps Guest Designer. Don't miss out, I will have some super cute blog candy that you will have a chance to win.

Card Recipe
Stamps: Market Street Stamps {Hearts a Plenty}, Unity Stamp Co. {Heart Journaling}
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Stick Pins: stash
Leaves: Prima
Ribbon: Maya Road, Rusty Pickle
Embossing Powder: Close to My Heart {Clear}

Comments

  1. Beautiful card. I really like it. Great job and TFS.

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