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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Elizabeth's Valentine Plus


I thought I would post the rest of the Valentines I made for the kids this year. I posted two earlier this week, This one is for the challenge at Great Impressions (use a floral image). I like to use the companies stamps if I can for the challenges I enter, so many times I have to look at a stamp differently. The images I used here are 11179 which looks to be a border stamp and image D311 a block stamp.
For the border stamp I stamped it three times creating an over all floral look so I hope this counts. Then I took the block stamp and stamped it on separate paper and cut the letters out. The block image also has hearts on it which I didn't use. All my coloring was done with TH ink and a water brush. The block image was stamped in the same ink.

Not for the challenge or any challenge are Timmy's and Drakes Valentines below. I used both GKD sets and Flourishes sets to create these two.

Of course I can't get them to line up where I want so if you want to see then both please scroll down.
I hope all my friends on the east coast stay home and safe for the next few days.
I have to get to work and have a big project to work on. I'm planing on working on some cards in between while parts of the project are drying or if I get stuck. So stay tuned.
Hugs 
Colleen 

4 comments:

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Those GKD sets are real classics. Love the first card . it's perfectly girly! They will love them.

Mynn xx said...

These are all totally fabulous!!! LOVE the LOVE card especially! SO bright and pretty! Thanks for joining us at Great Impressions! :) HUGS and have a wonderful rest of the week! Mynn xx

PS: I hope you link your card up to our Customer Gallery for a chance to win more GI stamps later this year!

Olga said...

gorgeous, I love the heart border......

Carolyn L. said...

Really pretty card, love that pop of pink and the hint of green and yellow really makes it pop! Thanks for joining us at Great Impressions.