Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Celebrate Love

Hi! Still cold here, so I'm just drinking my coffee and hot tea and living in my fleece and sweats for a while :)

This card was made for the Featured Stamper challenge on SCS. I started with a kraft card base (I've been using a lot of kraft lately, it seems to go with everything I've been doing). I also used Imaginisce's Loves Me line. Again with my double sided papers although these are two different pieces and not both sides of one piece. The path to my sewing machine is clear again, so I can sew again :) I used a Stampendous Valentine's set from last year - Yay me :)


Here you can see the Shimmerz and how much they really sparkle, I REALLY love them. I used royal red and bubblegum.
I also used my Curved Rectangles Nesties to cut the sentiment and the red matting for it. Then I just doodled around both rectangles and pop-dotted the sentiment one on the top of the red one. I added bling to the paper ribbon piece and that was finished.


We are less than a week away from the beginning of the "Week of Peeks" on the 2RedBananas blog. We will start on January 26th and feature a different set each day until the release on February 2nd. It's going to be so much fun and I can't wait for you to see the new sets!!!


Our quote for the day: "PEACE. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart." - unknown


Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

5 comments:

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Love this!! Great doodling around the nesties, and I love your red stitching!!! What a fun layout!!
hugs, Jami

Lynette said...

So pretty! I love they shimmery-ness! Can't wait to see your new stamps:)

Christina Fischer said...

Oh, this is fun!! The stitching, the shimmer, the bling -- love it all! :)

stampmonkey said...

What a CUTE card! That Shimmerz really blinged it up! So pretty! Looking forward to seeing what's coming up...or is that 'out'? lol

Teresa said...

You know I love the stitching. I'm glad you got that path to your machine open.