Sunday, February 15, 2015

Simple but Frilly Valentine


"Cats simply ought not to go about radiating such distracting charm."
                                                                                            ----------Beverly Nichols

  



Hi, Friends......


I am back with what some might call a CAS valentine.  I am pretty rigid in my definition, so I don't consider it truly CAS.  But......I still like it.....a lot!!  :)  


I used my Darice - Swirly Pattern embossing folder and didn't add any powders this time!!











Do you like these Add a Little Dazzle die cut hearts against the black????  Oh, my....I am totally in LOVE!!!
 

It is super simple, but I adore this valentine with these frilly hearts.  What do you think?
Hope your weekend has been fabulous!!!!

<3
Janis


Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. Verve - February Inspiration Challenge - Vivacious Valentine
2. Tombow Valentine's Day Challenge
3. Dreamweaver Stencils - Frilly and Fabulous
4. Add a Little Dazzle Challenge #62 - Anything Goes or Chocolate Brown/Deep Red 

And probably another soon.....

6 comments:

Sue D said...

I like the metallic hearts against the black background.

Kate said...

Your metal hearts are stunning. Thanks for joining in with dazzling divas challenge.
Kate xx

Darnell J Knauss said...

Oh, my, yes, those frillly hearts are outstanding against the black! A fabulous design, Janis!! Congratulations on your 200th post, on your blog birthdaversary, and Happy Early Birthday! I wish you many, many more on all counts! I'm commenting here, rather than on your giveaway because I am well-stocked and would like your generous prizes to go to others! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

Stampsnob. said...

I love those two heart together and on that black background could not be more LOVE ly........Lis

Stampsnob. said...

I love those two heart together and on that black background could not be more LOVE ly........Lis

Karenladd said...

Ooooh yes! The pop of metallic color against the black is a real winner! Gives it a contemporary feel, even with the frilly hearts!