Before we get to Card #3, the winner of yesterdays daily giveaway is: Pam who said, “Too bad my birthday is so far away 🙂 Great card!”.
Thank you for those kind words and Congratulations Pam!
I hope you enjoy your card.
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Card #3 – Anniversary
I started by assembling all my supplies.
I used white cardstock (4 1/4″ X 11″) for my base, white cardstock (3.75″ X 5″) and silver cardstock for the frame (4″ X 5 1/2″).
I started by cutting the large heart shape from the white cardstock using my Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine. After the image was cut I backed the negative shape with patterned paper. I then inked the positive shape with Versamark, covered the piece with silver glitter embossing powder and used my heat gun to melt the powder.
I used my tape adhesive to glue the hearts back into the negative shape on the card.
I stamped the sentiment with Versamark ink and covered it with the same silver glitter embossing powder.
Using the hearts punch, I punched a selection of hearts from the remaining patterned paper and glued them on the card in between the main image and the sentiment. I then attached two enamel dots to the base of one of the hearts.
I inked the edges of the white cardstock with silver ink and glued it to the silver cardstock frame. I then attached that whole piece to the white base.
Here is the finished card.
This is a card that could be used for Valentine’s Day and weddings as well as anniversaries.
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So this is pretty much what we do when mom’s making cards.
Just beautiful – love the colors!
I need to start sending an anniversary cards!
That one is so pretty!
That is so cute. I love the hearts and the colors.
So I see a card making diva party in our future!! Can’t wait for yesterday’s card – thank you!
You are really creative, puts me to shame.