Sunday, February 12, 2012

February 12, 2012

Pinkalicious Blog Hop Challenge


This is my first attemp at up loading a project so bare with me if this doesn't look just right.  I' m in a learning curve here.  Please feel free to send along any suggestions for improvement or if I'm doing something wrong.

Here a list of the supplies I used to create my card.

white cardstock cut for A2 size envelope
Cricut cartridge WILD CARD using the images on
1) page 35 for the red cardstock, cut 4"x 51/4", the stitched background
Fiskars corner punch to all 4 corners
2) page 67 heart shape with holes <heart> frame cut 5 1/2"
DMC flosss #335 pink stitched through holes and threaded through red button from stash and tied in a bow, used pop dots to secure to card.
Offray pink and white polka dot ribbon sentiment stamped directly on ribbon in Lipstick Red (cat's eye) Chalk from Colorbox.  Used MCT "Happy Mail" stamp set for lips and sentiment.

Thiswill be a perfect Valentine's card.  I had lots of fun making it.





6 comments:

  1. This is a great card, I really like the stitching and the punched corners!! Thanks for joining the My Pink Stamper Pinkalicous Blog Hop this month!!

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  2. Got a real good close up of the card on my iPad!! Great job!! Keep up the good work. Happy Blogging:)

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  3. Love the hand stiching and your corners. Thank you for linking up and hopping with us at My Pink Stamper.

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  4. That card is so cute! That heart cut from Wild Card is one of my all-time favorites. I see you just started your blog & I just started mine about 5 months ago, so I'm still learning too. Anyway, I'm a new follower!....

    Diana :)
    www.leeleecarddesigns.blogspot.com

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  5. Love all the details on this card. The stitching and the corners are wonderful. Great job! I am a new follower.
    Tina
    www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

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  6. LOVE the details! Thank you for joining in on the fun at My Pink Stamper's Pinkalicious Blog Hop! :o)

    Michelle

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