Saturday, February 14, 2015

Valentine #2

Hi, Friends.....

Happy Valentine's Day to you all.  I am here with another of several cards I made.  Most of these valentines are variations on a theme and that's one reason I tried lumping so many together in one post.  I will have one large photo and other smaller views that you can enlarge by right clicking and selecting View Image.  You can enlarge them further with the magnifier, if desired.

My descriptions will be quite abbreviated....for me.  Ha!  So if you have questions, let me know.  :)  

Valentine #2 is more of a frilly and fancy one, even though there is no lace.  My camera kept wanting to give this a yellowish hue, but really this pink is a much cooler tone.  (Shrug)

I made one of my double embossed backgrounds with the Darice - Swirly Pattern folder and some glittery white heat embossing.  

Add a Little Dazzle craft metal doily hearts are layered over some patterned paper hearts and put on my double embossed background.  

More to stayed tuned.


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

4.  Dreamweaver Stencils - Frilly and Fabulous 
5.  My Craft Creations New Challenge - 2/2-14/2 2015 - Anything Goes


Liz said...

Lovely card - love the hearts. xx

Sue D said...

Very pretty--I like the background and the metal hearts.

Janis said...

Thanks so much, Liz!!!!


Janis said...

Thank you, Sue! I was hoping to find a heart embossing folder when I went shopping a few weeks ago, but my "local" JoAnns (2 hrs away) didn't have one. So I opted for this Swirly Pattern one as a substitute. I still wish I had found one with hearts, but I like this one, too. I know I will use it quite a bit.


Karenladd said...

Oooh, those metallic hearts are so pretty and the texture adds even more sparkle. Love that you cut them out in two different colors and of course, that double embossing is a wonderful backdrop to the fancy hearts! You are really doing it up right for Valentines Day!!