Just Bloomin’ Love-ly

It is another snowy day here today.  The perfect kind of day to continue creating Valentine cards.  I must admit that I have made quite a few this year and have run out of people to send them to thanks to all the challenges I’ve been participating in.  That really is not a problem as I am usually scrambling at the last minute…not this year!

Today’s card is for the Pals Paper Arts Challenge #286 sketch challenge and the Stamp, Ink, Paper #34 theme challenge.  The theme is appropriately…LOVE.

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Once again, I am using the Bloomin’ Love stamp set along with the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits Dies.

 

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The hearts are heat embossed with white embossing powder.  I used the small flower dies from the Thinlits to adorn the hearts and added a few rhinestones to the centers for a little extra “sparkle”.

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The DSP is from the Go Wild Designer Series Paper Pack.  I am not much of an animal print person but have found the patterns in this pack really are very diverse and can be used many ways.  The scalloped trim behind the image was created using the largest die from the Squares Collection Framelits.

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The inside sentiment is from the same set as the hearts, Bloomin’ Love.  I think this is one of the very best Valentine sets I have seen in a long time and I know I will be using this well beyond Valentine’s Day.

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you have a wonderful day, even if it is snowing in your area too!

Rosanne

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4 Comments

  1. Roseann, this is absolutely gorgeous! I love that you used two hearts and they really pop against the dark background. Thanks so much for joining us for our love themed challenge at Stamp, Ink, Paper this week!

  2. Rosanne this is just beautiful!!! Thank you so much for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper 🙂

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