Saturday, January 7, 2012

Valentine Class Card

Good morning Everyone.  Today I have a Valentine's Card for my card class this month. 
I tried something new and used the largest heart from the Heart Framelit Collection to make the card base for an easel card and I am pleased with the way it turned out.  The cutout heart using the Twitterpated DSP is outlined using the Riding Hood Red Pleated Satin Ribbon and the smaller heart is stamped using versamark ink and then embossed with Cherry Cobbler embossing powder.

To hold the card open, I used the flag stamp from the Take It To Heart stamp set, cut it out and mounted using dimensionals.  A bunch of hearts were added using the Fashionable Hearts embosslits.

Stamps: Take It To Heart (c-125522 $28.95, w-1255205, $36.95, p14 2012 Occasions Mini), Sentiment (retired)
Paper: Textured Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Riding Hood Red, Twitterpated DSP
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Basic Grey
Accessories: Big Shot, Heart Collection Framelit Die, Fashionable Hearts Embosslit Die, Blushing Bride Pleated Satin Ribbon, Cherry Cobbler Embossing Powder, Versa Mark

Well, it's back to my love/hate relationship with my computer and the Internet.  I keep loosing my Internet connection.

Until next time....


  1. Oh, it looks just like a big box of chocolate candy for Valentine's!! SO PRETTY!

  2. Wow Karen what a beautiful card! I agree when I first saw this it reminded me of a beautiful box of chocolates. I love the pleated ribbon and sweet image.

  3. What a beautiful card and beautiful image. Love the ribbon.

  4. Karen your easel card is gorgeous. How cute is that. I agree with the others that it DOES look like a box of chocolates. The pleated ribbon is fabulous and love the inside feature to hold open the front. So beautiful. Hugs

  5. Wow, Karen! Your heart easel card is so unique and creative! Beautiful! The pleated ribbon is the perfect touch!

  6. Exquisite work with this heart-shaped easel! I love that fabulous silhouette!! Sensational card, Karen!


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