This is what happens to the next card I create after making a “clean and simple” one…

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Embossing,  Sponging, Distressing, Flower, Velvet, Paper Punches, Lots o’Layers and BLING!!

..**Phew**.. I feel better now! smileygirlhappydanceani.gif

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I love the effect of stamping on embossed areas like the hearts on this card.  I used the Paisley Backgrounder for it here.

This is another card off to Pat Adam for her Valentines drive for the kids at Children’s Hospital of Michigan.  She needs them all by February 8th.  If you are interested in helping, check out her blog for more details.

Happy Crafting!

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Stamps: Cornish Heritage Farms “Paisley Backgrounder”; Sentiment is from Michael’s Dollar Bin

Papers: Papertrey Ink Select White, Pure Poppy and True Black

Inks: Memento “Tuxedo Black”; SU “Ruby Red”

Accessories: Cuttlebug Embossing Folders “Heart Blocks” and “Swiss Dots”; Martha Stewart “Lace Heart” Edger Punch; Marvy Tag Punch; Petaloo “Mulberry Street” Red Flower; Rhinestone Hearts; Velvet Ribbon

16 Responses to “Lots o’Hearts, Lots o’Love”

  1. OK Susan, this is just GENIUS how you stamp on those embossed images!! I’ve never seen anything so creative and I’ve got to try this technique now too! Awesome card!!!

  2. Hi my dear ,as always beautiful,ihave an awards for you in my blog …hugs Laura

  3. Wowzers! This is a knockout! Definitely am going to try using the technique you shared.

  4. What a fabulous effect. The whole card is so striking!

  5. Wow, this is so dramatic!

  6. This is just gorgeous Susan! My mom will be overjoyed!!!

  7. so striking. LOVE it!

  8. Fantastic Susan!! All of the details make it special.

  9. I thought the flower was a fresh and real one because it really looks like one. This card is intended really for Valentines with all the hearts and reds.

  10. Susan, this is over the top! I love everything about this valentine card…lots of work, but so worth it.

  11. This is so beautiful!! That color combo is so striking and rich-looking, and the way you’ve stamped on the embossed hearts really sets it off! Love your flower, velvet ribbon, and heart border (I just picked that one up recently but have yet to use it), and those rhinestone hearts are so cute! What a lovely card to send off. tfs

  12. Wow! This Valentine card is amazing! Somebody will be so happy to get it! I love the embossing and stamping technique! It looks so unique! And I can tell how much work and love you put in it! 🙂

  13. Absolutely gorgeous Valentine, Susan!! Your details are perfection!!

  14. 🙂 I like it! especially the rhinestones!

  15. Love all the bling on this one!!!

  16. Fantastic! Love all the bling.

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