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I made this using MFT sketch 194. I loved the sketch. I loved that it released at the party early and I was able to do it last night. I was inspired by Sharon for this card, for the new product launch she used the stichable hearts on red and white and I loved the look, so I started with that. Thank you Sharon.
I used the floral fusion for the background, I used distress inks- for the background-Barn door, squeexed lemonade, pickled raspberry and wild honey. I added circle with circle stax, I used Blueprint 13 and 5. I love the mini heirloom I got and I added some rose leaves. The sentiment is from MFT stamp and I used my favorite embossing powder-liquid platinum, it gives such an elegant look. Final touches were a brad, stickles- rock candy, diamond glitter and liquid opal pearls.
The inside has another tag.
I am entering it in Simon Says Stamp– tag it; Artistic stamper- autumn colors; Wow Embossing– My favorite- Liquid platinum embossing powder and dies; Word Art Wednesay- anything goes.
My daughter made this lovely card for her cousin. She used gelatos and clear embossing powder with Hero arts stamp for the background, the MFT DC balloon stamp for all the ballons with MFT ink.The inside she used shrinky dink and thoroughly enjoyed it.
THanks for visitng and for your sweet comments.
Karen Howard said:
Wow, both these cards are really gorgeous! Everything goes together perfectly! Hugs, Karen
Sharon Harnist said:
Your card turned out beautiful with the peek-a-boo hearts, Zehra! And your daughter’s card is fabulous, too!
Karen Letchworth said:
How sweet, Zehra! Thanks for sharing your wonderfully creative art with us this week. Please stop by again soon. I look forward to having you share more of your sweet ideas with us,
Word Art Wednesday
Super sweet. Love the tag on the inside. hanks so much for playing along with us this week in the Tag It! Challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog 🙂