Here it is! Our first challenge from the Create with Connie and Mary Occasions Edition 2012! We are just finishing up Week 1 of our subscription…but it's not too late to join! We still have 5 more weeks of NEW projects to show you and you still have access to everything we've done before! Our subscribers who play along with the challenge are eligible to win one of two FREE subscriptions to the next edition of Create with Connie and Mary!
And my card, using the products we featured during Week 1…PS I Love You, Take it to Heart, and Candy Conversations. I decided to use my favorite…PS I Love You…in soft, non-traditional Valentine colors!
I started with a base of Lucky Limeade and added on Wisteria Wonder cardstock. I cut the rectangle of Whisper White at 2 3/8" wide, then used my 2 1/2 Circle Punch to curve the top. I stamped the greeting from PS I Love You in Basic Black along the bottom. I also stamped the cupid on scrap Whisper White in Basic Black, along with the two hearts…one in Wisteria Wonder and the other in Lucky Limeade. I punched with the Full Heart punch. I layered the two hearts on the Scallop Heart Embosslits from Pool Party cardstock. I also added a strip of Pinking Hearts Border Punch from Pool Party along the bottom.
I layered some Sweet Shop Designer Paper across the Wisteria Wonder cardstock, then wrapped the Pool Party Ruffled Ribbon around to the back and secured. I placed the Hearts on top of the Whisper White with Stampin' Dimensions, then added the Cupid with another Dimensional. Finally I added a white flower designer button tied with Wisteria Wonder Bakers Twine! I'm so happy they came out with more colors in the Bakers Twine!!!
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Patti Willey says
It's a cutie! Lovin' that dsp and Wisteria Wonder!
Tina Batori says
Love this but don't understand how you used the circle punch to shape the top of the white rectangle. Am I just being dense? Thanks, Tina
I love this card from the design to the colors. I have the PS I love you set at the top of my order for the party I'm going to next Saturday. Can't wait to get it. I'm with Tina though, how did you use the circle punch to shape the top of the white rectangle. I'm feeling dense also, but so glad I'm not the only one confused.