Monday, January 18, 2016

Hello!  Popping in today with a fun card.  For my card I am using MFT Stamp products.  I started with smooth white card base and an electric red die cut panel using Blueprints 15.  I stamped this panel using MFT Snowfall Background and clear embossed. 




 I decided to exercise some poetic license with this sketch a bit for the focal panel.  I used the angle die cut from Blueprints 25 in smooth white. I layered a gold foil "love" die cut.  I added some loose white quilt threading underneath. 


Next, I die cut and stamped MFT All My Love stamp and die namics set.  I heat embossed the scalloped image with gold and the electric red heart with clear embossing powder.  I finished my card with a few hearts die cut from MFT Tag Builder Blueprints 3.

I am playing along with a few blog challenges.  I am playing along with The Paper Players Valentine Challenge MFT Sketch Challenge,  and House of Cards Challenge    embossing and/or colors


 

 







As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Betty

23 comments:

  1. Very cute, love the swoop in behind the hearts and love sentiment!

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  2. This is beautiful...love all the different elements.

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  3. So beautiful ,Betty! Love the cluster of hearts!

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  4. Beautiful, Betty!!! Love the bright red with the white and gold!!!
    Have a great day!!!

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  5. I can't tell you how much I love this Betty ! Really a stunning creation!
    Every element used just contributes to make this a beautiful card!
    Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players !

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  6. First, I must say...great photographs of your card! Love the brightness and dimension of the card. Really pretty.

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  7. Beautiful card. Love all the details and the dies you used.

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  8. OH, hearts, hearts, & more hearts are always perfect in ANY color.
    I love the striking color combination!
    Beautifully done! ♥♥♥

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  9. Stunning card, Betty - who wouldn't be delighted open this little beauty on Valentine's Day! Jo x HOC/DT

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  10. Betty, this is totally STUNNING! I LOVE the gorgeous texture, the fabulous layout, and the beautiful shine with the gold paper! Thank you for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  11. wow, this is just stunning Betty.

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  12. Gorgeous card, Betty! I love the touches of gold, and I envy your ability to perfectly place the loopy threads. I can never do that! Thanks so much for playing along with my Valentine challenge at The Paper Players!

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  13. So beautiful Betty...love those sweet hearts.

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  14. It's beautiful, Betty! I love the embossing and all the texture you've created. Thanks for joining us at House of Cards this month. I hope you'll join us again soon.

    Hugs,
    Em AKA Creative Em
    House of Cards DT

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  15. Wonderful card, the red you have used is so so perfect for the card. Your layout and overall look brilliant.

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  16. OH what a gorgeous card, Betty! Love the bold red and gold combination, the artistic loopy threads and that swoosh is fabulous! Just stunning...Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  17. What a fun and dramatic card!! LOVE that white swoosh across the red and gold!

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  18. Betty! It's Amazing card! i love the colors and texture. Thanks for sharing with us in HOC. Paula, DT.

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  19. Stunning creation! I'm just blowed away!
    Thank you so much for joing us at House of Cards.
    Rosi x

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