Jan 262011

Finally got a chance to play with this new set from SU called “Filled with Love”.  And what’s better at Valentine’s than lace and scallops and hearts and roses.  (OK.. chocolate.. but.. just sayin’.)

Often I will purchase primas or ribbons (in this case this darling organza rose ribbon) in a white or cream color.  That way I can use my Copics to make them whatever color I want.

The roses were cut apart and then attached individually to the cardstock.

With the roses and lots of foam tape to pop up the hearts and circles, some fun dimension was added.

The second card uses the beautiful deep edger punch from Martha Stewart called, “Lattice Heart”.

Again, dimension was added by popping up the sentiment panel with foam tape.

I’ve been out of town quite a bit lately, and it was fun to be back in my craft room.

Happy Crafting!


Organza Rose Card:

Stamps: SU “Filled with Love” and “Teeny Tiny Wishes”

Papers: SU Rose Red and Whisper White

Inks: SU Rose Red, Garden Green, Not Quite Navy and Basic Black; Copics

Accessories: Maya Road Organza Roses; May Arts Crochet Ribbon; Cuttlebug and Cuttlebug Swiss Dot Embossing Folder; Nestabilities Circles, Lacey Circles and Scalloped Heart; SU Corner Rounder Punch, Paper Piercer and Template; Heart Shaped Rhinestone

“LOVE” Card:

Stamps: SU Filled with Love

Papers: SU Rose Red and Whisper White

Inks: SU Rose Red

Accessories: Martha Stewart Lattice Heart Deep Edger Punch; Maya Road Crochet Lace Trim; Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon; Gingham Ribbon; Flowers Ribbon; SU Corners Punch; Brads

17 Responses to “Filled with…”

  1. Well aren’t you clever! What a great idea. Love both the cards (no pun intended LOL!).

  2. Wow, beautiful cards, Susan! These are fabulous. Gorgeous designs and such neat trimmings.

  3. Your use of lace and choice of colours make for a very striking but still sweet and pretty couple of cards.

  4. Oooh! I love how you colored and used those roses from the ribbon. What a wonderful idea!

  5. Okay, NOW I think I NEED that ribbon. I would have never thought to cut out the roses like that. Awesome!

  6. These cards are absolutely precious Susan. I love, love, love what you did with the ribbon and Copics . . . I will most definitely start thinking of purchasing whites of everything! Hugs, Jerri

  7. Susan how BEAUTIFUL!!

  8. Pretty! Great trick with the copics! Such pretty details on your cards today!

  9. Well, looky at this lovely Valentine duo! So many delightful and dimensional details. My kind of cards. I buy SU’s dimensionals two packs at a time! :o) I’ve resisting the Copics so far, but you sure can do a lot of fun things with them. Linda

  10. These are really adorable. Thanks for the hot tip about the roses Where did you purchase them from? And I really like the Martha Stewart Punch Ooo lala!
    Ps thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment for my blogs
    10,00’s Check out what I made today 🙂 PS I have a little blog candy too

  11. What a lovely pair of Valentines with beautiful details and colors! Sweet!

  12. Susan these are wonderful cards. I love how you used the organza flowers and how you colored them. What a great idea. I was also glad to see one of those “deep” punches actually used on a card. They really make a statement. Great stuff! Best, Curt

  13. Ooooh, your cards are gorgeous, Susan….how cool to color the roses…they look AWESOME!!! Love how you used the flower as the O on the second card and what a fabulous punched border!!!!

  14. These cards are so beautiful, Susan! I really like your ideas with the roses and pretty flower!
    Love how you took a picture with your cards! So sweet!

  15. Love your cards Susan!

  16. Oh Susan, your Valentine card is gorgeous! Love your lace roses as center piece.
    Hugs and smiles

  17. Thank you for the inspiration. I LOVE how you colored the organza rose ribbon with copics. I hope to try it soon.

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