Embroiderd Birthday Card – Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge 568

Stitched Birthday Card - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

I love when I can combine my favorite hobbies in creative ways.  Today’s card highlights not only my love of paper crafting and card making but also my love of cross-stitch.  The only problem I have is finding enough time for both, along with reading, of course! My inspiration for this card was the fun sketch from this week’s Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge HERE…I’m new to this challenge but I’m really enjoying the sketches. Thanks…

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A “Smashing”Birthday – FMS 622

Lawn Fawn Year 7 Birthday Card -Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Who doesn’t love a piñata?  I never had one as a child but each of my girls had a few of them for their birthdays.  It was always fun to choose one and stuff it with candy galore! When I saw the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches this week, this idea immediately came to mind.  I dug out Lawn Fawn’s Year 7 stamp and die set from my stash to create this festive birthday card.…

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Time for a Celebration for #TTTC235

Time for a Celebration Birthday Card - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

While it’s time for a (birthday) celebration, it’s also time for another Tic Tac Toe Challenge. I loved working with this board that Karren created.  So many of the elements spoke to me that I had a hard time deciding what to create.  I chose to go two ways on the board… left side diagonal:  Blue, Free, Celebration and middle column down:  Stripes, Free, Flowers I was recently browsing Scrapbook.com’s site and came across this…

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Smile, It’s Your Day!

Fun Birthday Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Smile…it’s Tic Tac Toe Thursday!  I created today’s card for my daughter’s birthday.  Emily loves happy faces and I knew as soon as I saw these cute dies by Whimsy Stamps that they would make the perfect card for her. Here’s this week’s challenge board… I chose the first row across:  Ink Blending, Birthday, Square Card I cut the smiley faces with white card stock and ink blended each using Simon Says Pawsitively Saturated inks.…

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