Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Top Note Love

I was browsing through the Splitcoaststampers site yesterday and was inspired to make another Valentine card with the new Love You Much set and the new coordinating heart punch. I found that the punch is pretty fun to use, especially with all the pretty DSP! Here's the card I came up with:

I got the idea of using the punch and another piece of designer series paper from this post from Melissa Sauls' card. Her card is gorgeous! I will have to case her design another day. For this one, I decided to change it up and just use the punch concept. Here's what I used for the card:
*Top Note Bigz die
*Love You Much stamp set and coordinating DSP
*Heart to Heart punch
*Craft, pirouette pink, and whisper white cardstock
*Button bouqet button and riding hood red taffeta ribbon
*Pretty in pink marker.
Oh - by the way - the Love You Much bundle is being sold at 20% off until January 31st, so if you've been eyeing it, make sure to take advantage of this offer :)

Hope you enjoy the last day of the year!


Aimee said... how you used the negative & postive space...and the button goes perfectly.

nitestamper said...

this is so, so beautiful !!!!!i love all the design elements!!!!tfs:)

Melissa Sauls said...

Oh my goodness this is beautiful!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and allowing me the pleasure of discovering yours! You do beautiful work.

Julie A. said...

Wow, this is beautiful. I love everything about it! I can't wait to get my bundle:)

Anonymous said...

Rose, this is amazing, well done!

Marie said...

Love this!! I saw it on SCS and then on Nancy's blog. Left you a comment on SCS, but it bears repeating - this is a GREAT card!!!

Sharon F / Created By You said...

wow, Rose.. just love this card and the layout, beautiful!

reeree62 said...

Wow... I just love it!!! Gorgeous!!!

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Anonymous said...

This is a gorgeous card! I had to make one for myself. Thanks for sharing your work. =)