Monday, February 6, 2017

More Valentines

I was finally able to finish my Valentines today.  I thought I had the grand kids all done and realized that I hadn't put sentiments on the inside.  It's amazing how long it takes to find the right one and get it stamped, or I'm just slow.  lol  Anyway, the first one here is for my husband. The second one I actually made two of for my daughter, son and their spouses.



I knew I wanted to use the Enclosed Heart die for this one, and I used a technique I saw at PTI by masking and adding a flowered wreath around the heart.  I love the way it came out.

The Recipe:
PTI Enclosed Heart, Embellished Elegance, Super Gingham
RC Arrow


For this one I used the PTI Heart Cover Plate.  I cut it out using Kraft card stock and then used the same die to cut out six different pieces of patterned paper.  The ones I used here were a gift from my friend, Nancy.  I added the hearts to the Kraft card stock for an in-lay effect.

The Recipe:
PTI Hearts Cover Plate
PTI Enclosed Heart Sentiment
We R Memory Keepers twine
GKD Passionate Pink button

6 comments:

  1. These are just gorgeous. I might just case them for my nephew to give to his teachers if I have time. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. YOWZA! I love both of these designs! Love is definitely in the air at your house! How fabulous! Love your masked heart technique, super pretty and that arrow looks awesome! And al of those beautiful inlaid hearts--be still mine! FANTASTIC!

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  3. Two fantastic Valentine cards. Love the masked heart technique and inlaid die cuts are one of my favorite techniques.

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  4. Wow, I love them both. You have really nailed that technique on the first one. It's so much fun, and I really like your gingham background too. And the one with all the hearts just bowled me over. So labor intensive with all those die cuts. Really stunning inlay, well done!

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  5. I love both of these! I must say, that when I saw the second cards DP I thought to myself....I didn't know Sharyn bought SU supplies. Then chuckled out loud when I read the post. I have a memory like Dory! Super job!!

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  6. Two wonderful cards! I love the gingham for Valentines Day and the wreath flowers around the heart is so pretty. The second card looks so labor intensive. It came out beautiful with all the lovely papers added. Happy Valentines Day!

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