Just Saying Love You

Good morning! I have a card today that features lots of different products! I wanted to show you how I used one of the newly released adhesive sheets.

I used two of the dies from Double Stitched Circle Dies (Large) to create a frame with Glossy Fine Gold Glitter Paper. On A2 white panel, I stamped the word ‘love’ from Bokeh Burst Heart with Noir Couture Color but with second generation stamping. To do this, I stamped off on scrap paper and stamped the second time onto the card base. I used the inner circle (that I used to create the glitter frame) to die-cut the center part of the stamped panel. Then I glued down the glitter frame around it. Since I wanted to create a shaker card, I added a sheet of acetate behind the panel and then covered it with foam tape.

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I filled the center with Secret Garden Couture Mix and glued the panel over a white card base. Separately, on white watercolor paper, I stamped the peonies from Sending Peonies with VersaMark and heat embossed with gold embossing powder. I fussy cut them and added some watercolors.

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I used the leaves dies from Petal Cut Peonies Standalone Dies and cut watercolor paper. I added some green watercolors and arranged the peonies and leaves around the frame. I finished it off with some sentiments from Basic Labels, stamped in Bright Fern Dye Couture Color.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Hugs,
Rubeena

8 thoughts on “Just Saying Love You

  1. Lisaerica says:

    Ruby, it’s so beautiful! I love the soft peachy color with the green and golds, and I like how the leaves came out too! TFSAI.

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  2. Christy Bray says:

    There is so much to love about this card!!! Love the background and the way you 2nd generation stamped it (I always think light color ink and forget about this idea), love the shaker and the glitter frame around it! That really draws the focus in! Of course I love the peonies – I can almost smell them! And aren’t you clever to avoid fussy cutting leaves! They are always the hardest! Thank you for the inspiration! Niw I’m off to create 😀

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