Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Bless Your Heart!

Hey, Junkies! Toodle Noodle Ro here with you today. I hope your New Year has been kind to you. Since I received a brand new grandson on New Year's Day, I am filled with a whole lotta love! So of course I want to share a Valentine with you!

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Well, Valentine's Day is just a little over a month away and I was feeling very in love with the new stamp set, Butter My Butt.  What does that have to do with love, you ask? Oh, this set of sentiments has a little fun for everyone. With 8 sentiments from which to choose, you're sure to find a something fun and fitting for any type of card. I chose "Bless Your Heart". A great southern term to cover a LOT of meanings! lol


Here is a little peek at the sentiments that are included in this fun set:
To start my card, I used Messy Love for my background. Using Gelatos in three shades of red and pink, I randomly colored the stamp and stamped onto some white cardstock. I generously sprayed with water, then dried it with a heat tool. I loosely stamped the whole panel with Versamark and added some chunky clear embossing powder. I then added a little Merlot Colorburst and sprayed it lightly with water. After drying and trimming down the piece, I die cut a heart in the center. 

On a slightly larger piece of red cardstock, I lightly marked where the heart would fall that was die cut from the stamped panel. Using masking, Versamark, and white embossing powder, I added the "Bless Your Heart" sentiment. I erased the pencil marks, added dimensional tape to the stamped panel and adhered it to the red panel. That was then adhered to the white card base.

I hope you're inspired to spread a little love of your own. Don't forget you can save 10% on your orders using the code below. 

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Til next time,
Keepin' it inky!


2 comments:

Cheri said...

This is stunning, Ro! I love the sprayed ep. What a fabulous detail that is.

Aimeslee W. said...

Gorgeous background! xoxo